Book Bundle of 4 Books

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Grab a Fantastic Book Bundle- four books for only $95.00!

•Cricket – the Aussie Way
Justin Langer helps kids enjoy Cricket– the Aussie Way!
•Clearing Boundaries
The rise of Australian women’s cricket
•Warne Worn
The final tour of the Baggy Green 350
•India's 71-Year Test
The journey to triumph in Australia

Book Bundle of 4 Books

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1.Cricket – the Aussie Way Justin Langer helps kids enjoy Cricket– the Aussie Way! Written for girls and boys, 9–13 years, the book will be inclusive and accessible This contemporary guide will act as an introduction to the game for girls and boys with updated best-practice holistic coaching from ‘hero’ of the book, Justin Langer. The book will be inclusive of gender, race and ability; and entirely illustrated and visually engaging for the young audience, with appropriately concise text from Langer – the popular coach of the Australian’s Men’s Cricket Team, who brings profile, credibility and a unique voice. 2.Clearing Boundaries The rise of Australian women’s cricket Clearing Boundaries is the first ever coffee-table style book dedicated to women’s cricket, and the first literary update on the history of the women’s game in Australia for nearly 30 years. The project traces the strong lineage of females in cricket from the 19th century to the watershed 2020 T20 World Cup, told largely through the lens of the Australian Women’s Cricket Team. Celebrating generations of trailblazers across five distinguishable ‘eras’ – from foundation to professionalism – Clearing Boundaries curates a collection of short stories covering memorable tours, matches, innings, spells and moments. The highly pictorial book presents over 200 images; many were previously inaccessible to the public, but have been brought back to life by the Bradman Museum’s Holman Collection in conjunction with other private collections donated to the Museum. It also features the statistical records of every woman to represent the nation on the cricket field, and a foreword written by one of Australia’s greatest female cricketers, Belinda Clark AO. 3.Warne Worn The final tour of the Baggy Green 350 Warne Worn tells the story of how the Baggy Green cap – an enduring symbol of the Australian spirit – became a rallying point for the country’s response to the devastating ‘Black Summer’ bushfires of 2019/20. Among many fundraising initiatives and acts of generosity around the country, Shane Warne’s donation of his original Baggy Green for auction captured the imagination worldwide; eventually fetching a record of more than $1 million that was donated to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal. The successful bidder was the Commonwealth Bank, which soon after established a national tour to give the public a rare opportunity to see the iconic headwear up-close, raising further money for local communities hit hardest by bushfires and drought. It then traces the CommBank Baggy Green Tour over its journey to Bowral, with stories of loss and hope from ravaged communities, and gestures of solidarity and generosity from around the country. 4.India's 71-Year Test The journey to triumph in Australia Indian Cricket  Ravi Shastri was on hand to launch 'India's 71-Year Test: The Journey to Triumph in Australia', a new book by the Bradman Museum, at the Sydney Cricket Ground on the eve of the 2021 New Year's Test. The book reflects on India’s first 12 tours to Australia – from 1947/48, to face Don Bradman’s side, tracing the evening out of a rivalry dominated by the host nation until the turn of the Millennium. India’s vast legion of fans celebrated the team's success when Virat Kohli’s men won the showdown for the 2018/19 edition of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, making them the first team from India to pull off a series win on Australian soil. Author R. Kaushik, one of India's most respected cricket writers who has covered more than 100 Tests involving India, says day-night Tests and the ICC World Test Championship are necessary steps in sustaining Test cricket in an era dominated by white-ball cricket.

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