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What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
What i’d like the world to read for
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  • 1. Freerunner ------What I ’ d Like The World To Read For Sports In celebration of the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games
  • 2. Free runner
    • By James
    • Lovegrove
    • Y LOV
  • 3. Freerunner
    • A book about how
    • running saved a
    • father ’ s life.
    • Now, let ’ s see what
    • the book is about …
  • 4. What is freerunning?
    • Free running is a form of urban acrobatics.
  • 5. What is freerunning?
    • Participants use
    • city and rural
    • Landscape to
    • perform movements
    • Through its
    • structure.
  • 6.
      • What is the story about?
      • From the roof top, Taj looks down at the city.
    • He knows a gangland hit has been ordered on his dad.
    • He knows he’s got just 23 minutes to stop it.
    • He knows he’s the best freerunner of the estate.
    • But … can he make it?
  • 7.
    • decides whether Taj can save his father.
    • he spent on the way was one less second he had to reach his dad. One second closer to his dad ’ s death.
    • gives Taj a different adventure. Facing obstacles,Taj showed shock,courage,and also helplessness.
    23min Every second Every minute
  • 8. Taj showed shock …
    • 23 minutes
    • “ No! ” I yelled. “ I can ’ t. It’s impossible. 23 minutes? Forget it. ”
  • 9. He showed determination
    • 19 minutes …
    • I didn ’ t even think about taking the lift. Too slow.
    • I went for stairs.
    • I jumped from one flight to the next.
    • So far, it was easy.
  • 10. He showed helplessness
    • 17 minutes … (when some gang members insisted that Taj ’ s father was involved because of his own fault)
    • “ It ’ s just a rumour,what people are saying. Look, can I go now? You’ve had a word with me! ”
  • 11. He showed courage
    • 1 minute …
    • I had to warn him. I had to give him a chance to escape, even if it cost my own life.
  • 12. Running out of time …
    • Did he succeed?
    • What happened at the last second?
    • The ending was so unexpected
    • The whole book was so meaningful and exciting that it will fascinate you!
  • 13. Find it Read it and Enjoy it at Tampines Regional Library in Celebration of 2010 YOG!
  • 14. Other books by James Lovegrove
    • Ant God
    • Cold Keep
    • Dead Brigade
    • Free Runner
    • Kill Swap
  • 15. Hope you have enjoyed it!
  • 16. By Wang Yang 16,From Anglican High School (a volunteer of Tampinese Rigional Library)

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