Muhammad Ali was a chicken?, Dan Gutman ; illustrated by Allison Steinfeld
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  • Muhammad Ali was a chicken?, Dan Gutman ; illustrated by Allison Steinfeld
Main title
  • Muhammad Ali was a chicken?
Responsibility statement
  • Dan Gutman ; illustrated by Allison Steinfeld
Variant title
  • Wait! what?, Muhammad Ali was a chicken?
  • eng
  • "From the best-selling author behind My Weird School: a quirky new biography series that casts fresh light on high-interest historic figures. Did you know that Muhammad Ali was so terrified of flying on planes he would bring a parachute? Or that he won the Presidential Medal of Freedom? Bet you didn't know that he had an official sweat-taster to determine how salty his sweat was after each match! Siblings Paige and Turner do-and they've collected some of the most unusual and surprising facts about the legendary boxer and civil rights activist, from his childhood and the spark of his boxing career through his time as heavyweight champion of the world. Narrated by the two spirited siblings and animated by Allison Steinfeld's upbeat illustrations, Muhammad Ali Was a Chicken! is an authoritative, accessible, and one-of-a-kind biography infused with Dan Gutman's signature zany sense of humor"--, Provided by publisher
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references
Biography type
  • individual biography
  • illustrations
  • no index present
Intended audience
  • Ages 7-10, Norton Young Readers
Literary form
  • non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
OCLC Number
  • 1196173394
Series statement
  • Wait! what?
Table of contents
  • That's true, but... -- Stuff your teacher wants you to know about Muhammad Ali... -- Childhood -- The beginning -- Selling tickets -- The greatest -- Controversy -- Lost years -- Comeback -- The other side of Ali -- Decline -- From hated to hero -- Oh, yeah? (stuff about Ali that didn't fit anywhere else)
Target audience
  • juvenile
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