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Dallas Cowboys

Author : Nate Cohn
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Each National Football League team has a unique story. The My First NFL Book series introduces readers to the 32 NFL teams. Each title explores an NFL team’s major records, stars, stadium, history, statistics and more.

The Dallas Cowboys

Author : Joe Nick Patoski
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The definitive, must-have account of the all-time players, coaches, locker rooms and boardrooms that made the Dallas Cowboys "America's Team." Since 1960, the Cowboys have never been just about football. From their ego-driven owner and high-profile players to their state-of-the-art stadium and iconic cheerleaders, the Cowboys have become a staple of both football and American culture since the beginning. For over 50 years, wherever the Cowboys play, there are people in the stands in all their glory: thousands of jerseys, hats, and pennants, all declaring the love and loyalty to one of the most influential teams in NFL history. Now, with thrilling insider looks and sweeping reveals of the ever-lasting time, place, and culture of the team, Joe Nick Patoski takes readers - both fans and rivals alike - deep into the captivating world of the Cowboys.

Meet the Dallas Cowboys

Author : Zack Burgess
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Read Along or Enhanced eBook: An introduction to the Dallas Cowboys professional football team. Includes information about the team's history, stadium, star players, uniforms and more. Features a true or false quiz, photos, vintage trading cards reproductions, maps, and records. Includes access to the Team Spirit Overtime website which provides regularly updated information and photos. Aligns to Common Core State Standards requirements for Reading Informational Text. Table of Contents, glossary, additional resources and index.

Inside the Dallas Cowboys

Author : Christina Hill
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The Dallas Cowboys are nicknamed America's Team, and they're one of the world's most valuable and popular sports teams. Discover the history of this NFL juggernaut and find out what's next for America's Team.

Dallas Cowboys in the Hall of Fame

Author : David Thomas
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Troy Aikman. Emmitt Smith. Michael Irvin. The names are easily recognizable as Dallas Cowboys, and their legacies are on display in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. They are among the twenty-two Cowboys in the Hall, and all of their stories are finally brought together in this book.

Dallas Cowboys The

Author : Mark Stewart
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Ever heard of the “Hail Mary”? No, we don’t mean the prayer. “The Dallas Cowboys” by Mark Stewart not only explains where the nickname for a long pass came from, but also offers young fans a look into one of the most beloved teams in the NFL while including fun facts, team spotlights such as Troy Aikman and Tony Romo, and pictures of Cowboys memorabilia. Have a young fan who likes to argue sports? Don’t miss the “Great Debates” section where readers get insight into some of the greatest debates surrounding the Cowboys and professional football! Team spirit is that deep passion shared by the players and fans when they wear the same colors, watch the same scoreboard, and cheer the same triumphs. This popular series has been completely revised and updated for the Fall 2012 release. Book updates include new team information, records, photos, and timelines as well as new features like GREAT DEBATES and GLORY DAYS. Once you finish the book, you can go to the OVERTIME WEBSITE where each football team has its very own webpage to accompany the reading material. This site will be updated throughout the season and postseason with kid-friendly news about their favorite football teams - the perfect source for up-to-date statistics and player information for young sports fans.

If These Walls Could Talk Dallas Cowboys

Author : Nick Eatman
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Known simply as "America's Team," the Dallas Cowboys are one of football's most storied franchises and always begin each season with a legitimate chance to add another Super Bowl title to their existing five. Author and Cowboys employee Nick Eatman, through interviews with current and past players, provides fans with a one-of-a-kind, insider's look into the great moments and the lowlights throughout the team's history. Readers will hear from players, coaches, and management as they discuss their moments of greatness as well as their defeats, making If These Walls Could Talk: Dallas Cowboys a keepsake no fan will want to miss.

The Dallas Cowboys Free Preview

Author : Joe Nick Patoski
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The definitive, must-have account of the all-time players, coaches, locker rooms and boardrooms that made the Dallas Cowboys "America's Team." Since 1960, the Cowboys have never been just about football. From their ego-driven owner and high-profile players to their state-of-the-art stadium and iconic cheerleaders, the Cowboys have become a staple of both football and American culture since the beginning. For over 50 years, wherever the Cowboys play, there are people in the stands in all their glory: thousands of jerseys, hats, and pennants, all declaring the love and loyalty to one of the most influential teams in NFL history. Now, with thrilling insider looks and sweeping reveals of the ever-lasting time, place, and culture of the team, Joe Nick Patoski takes readers - both fans and rivals alike - deep into the captivating world of the Cowboys.

Tales from the Dallas Cowboys Sideline

Author : Cliff Harris
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This newly updated edition captures the best stories ever told about "America's Team."

Chronicles of a Dallas Cowboys Fan

Author : John Eisenberg
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For sportswriter John Eisenberg growing up in Dallas in the 1960s, the NFL's Cowboys and their concrete Cotton Bowl stadium loomed larger than life. It mattered little that these were not the perennial Super Bowl contenders or the celebrity-driven assemblage of later years. While wins were scarce, there was no lack of characters to capture a boy's imagination. In his moving account, Eisenberg revives that simpler time in American life and visits with a number of his humble Dallas Cowboys heroes today, finding as much to admire in them as men as he did as athletes. Originally published in 1997, now available in eBook format for the first time, and updated with a new Introduction. Formerly entitled COTTON BOWL DAYS: GROWING UP WITH DALLAS AND THE COWBOYS IN THE 1960'S.