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Title:
Venus and Serena Williams : grand slam sisters
Author:
Morgan, Terri.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co., 2001.
Physical Description:
64 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780822536840

9780822598664
Format :
Book

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Central Library GV994.A1 M67 2001 Juvenile Non-Fiction Childrens Area-Black History
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Summary

Summary

Widely considered two of tennis's most promising stars, Venus and Serena Williams have thrilled the sports world with their powerful and exciting play. Whether they are battling with top-seeded players or each other, both girls put their heart and soul into each match. Raised in a close and loving family, Venus and Serena have remained grounded in spite of their success and have grown even closer.


Summary

Presents the lives and tennis careers of the two African American sisters whose unusual training by their father and striking appearances, as well as their remarkable skills at the sport, have made them standouts in the tennis world.


Table of Contents

1 Serena's Grand Slamp. 7
2 Ghetto Cinderellasp. 17
3 Champions in Trainingp. 25
4 Venus in the Spotlightp. 33
5 "Welcome to the Williams Show!!"p. 45
6 Sisters on Topp. 53
Career Highlightsp. 60
Glossaryp. 61
Sourcesp. 62
Indexp. 63
1 Serena's Grand Slamp. 7
2 Ghetto Cinderellasp. 17
3 Champions in Trainingp. 25
4 Venus in the Spotlightp. 33
5 "Welcome to the Williams Show!!"p. 45
6 Sisters on Topp. 53
Career Highlightsp. 60
Glossaryp. 61
Sourcesp. 62
Indexp. 63

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