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Jim Gigliotti

  • 5 stars across 20 books
    Jim Gigliotti is a freelance writer based in Southern California. A former editor at the National Football League, he has written more than 50 books for all ages. His writing credits include biographies for young readers on Olympian Jesse Owens and baseball star Roberto Clemente.
    10th July 2014

    Who Was Queen Victoria?

    Her reign of 63 years and seven months is known as the Victorian Era, a period of industrial, cultural, scientific, and ... More

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    11th August 2015

    Who Was Edgar Allan Poe?

    Filled with broken hearts and black ravens, Edgar Allan Poe's ghastly tales have delighted readers for centuries. Born i... More

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    5th July 2011

    Extreme Sport Pack A of 6

    Books in this series introduce readers to some of the world's most extreme sports! Each title teaches readers a simple e... More

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    5th July 2011

    Water Sport

    Water Sports introduces readers to a variety of extreme water sports from around the world!... More

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    5th July 2011

    Animal Sport

    Animal Sports introduces readers to different extreme animal sports practiced around the world!... More

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    1st January 2008

    Great NASCAR Teams

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    12th November 2009

    Famous NASCAR Tracks

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    5th May 2015

    Who Was Mother Teresa?

    Born a humble girl in what is now Albania, Agnes Bojaxhiu lived a charitable life. She pledged herself to a religious or... More

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