Get Ready for the Big Game

Get ready for the Big Game

Are you ready for some football? Superbowl 50 is coming to Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016. But don’t panic. There’s still time to brush up on your football knowledge, find the perfect Superbowl recipe or maybe learn the rules in time to cheer with your friends. Here are a few of the library’s picks to help you be MVP in time for your own Superbowl Party. Don’t worry, many have eBook versions so you can check on your phone during commercial breaks.

Getting Started

Football for Dummies
Football for Dummies [eBook]
by Howie Long with John Czarnecki

Take Your Eye Off the Ball, cover
Take Your Eye Off the Ball [eBook]
by Pat Kirwan

The Girlfriend's Guide to Football
The Girlfriend's Guide to Football [eBook]
by Paula Duffy

Brush Up on Your Superbowl Lore

50 Years, 50 Moments, cover
50 Years, 50 Moments
by Jerry Rice and Randy O. Williams

The Billion Dollar Game
The Billion Dollar Game
by Allen St. John

Old School Historical Football Books

The Science, History, and Effects of the Game

The King of Sports, cover
The King of Sports
by Gregg Easterbrook

Newton's Football, cover
Newton's Football
by Allen St. John and Ainissa G. Ramirez, PH.D

Is There Life After Football?, cover
Is There Life After football?
by James A. Holstein, Richard S. Jones & George E. Koonce, jr

Inspiration for the Perfect Halftime Snack

The NFL Gameday Cookbook, cover
The NFL Gameday Cookbook
by Ray Lampe, a.k.a. Dr. BBQ

The Ultimate Sports Fans' Cookbook, cover
The Ultimate Sports Fans' Cookbook [eBook]
by David Bowers

The Ohio State University Cookbook, cover
The Ohio State University Cookbook
by Jen Elsner and Julie Metzler

Get Your Kids Just as Excited About the Game as You Are

What is the Super Bowl? cover
What is the Super Bowl?
by Dina Anastasio ; illustrated by David Groff

Football Storytime

Football Fumble cover
Football Fumble
based on the characters created by Susan Meddaugh

Dino-Football cover
Dino-Football
by Lisa Wheeler, illustrations by Barry Gott
[eBook version]

 

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