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Cricket Rules, Stories, Skills, Coaching, Famous Players and more

Butter-finger by Bob Cattell and John Agard; Frances Lincoln Childrens Books, 2006.
 
Dingo Creek Challenge by Robert Elmer; Bethany House Publishers, 1998.
 
Down the Wicket (Glory Gardens) by Bob Cattell and David Kearney (Illustrator); Red Fox, 2001.
 
The Match by Romesh Gunesekera; New Press, 2008.
 
You Must Like Cricket? by Soumya Bhattacharya; Yellow Jersey Press, 2006. (Soumya Bhattacharya has a steady job, a loving wife, a daughter he dotes on. But most of all he has cricket. Or perhaps more accurately: cricket has him. This is a tour of the soul of a cricket obsessive…)
 
Learn cricket skills
 
Coaching Youth Cricket by Australian Cricket Board; Human Kinetics Publishers, 2000.
 
Cricket (Starting Sport) by Rebecca Hunter; Franklin Watts Ltd., 2006. For the basics.
 
Cricket Explained by Robert Eastaway; St. Martin's Griffin; 1993.
 
Skills: Cricket - Batting (Know the Game Skills); A & C Black Publishers Ltd., 2008.
 
Skills: Cricket - Bowling (Know the Game Skills); A & C Black Publishers Ltd., 2008.
 
Skills: Cricket - Fielding (Know the Game Skills); A & C Black Publishers Ltd., 2008.
 
You Are the Umpire: An Illustrated Guide to the Laws of Cricket by Paul Trevillion; Guardian Newspapers Ltd.; 2008.
 
About players and the game
 
The Indian Masters by Bill Ricquier; Roli Books Pvt Ltd., 2006. (This book looks at fifteen of the finest and exciting cricketers in the history of the game.)
 
Sachin: The Story of the World's Greatest Batsman by Gulu Ezekiel; Penguin Global, 2003.
 
So You Think You Know Test Cricket (So You Think You Know) by Clive Gifford; Hodder Children's Books, 2007.

Why you should care about Cricket by Wright Thomson on espn.com
"The author goes on the road with the national cricket team and its greatest star, navigating the madness of a billion fans and chasing the soul of the game."
  

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