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JUMP! : Skydiving Made Fun & Easy
by Tom Buchanan
Paperback from McGraw-Hill Professional
Book Published: 24 January, 2003
Understanding the Skydive
by Erik Johnson
Book Description
The Who, What, How, and Why Book of the Skydiver’s Sport, Avocation, and Lifestyle 

Understanding the Skydive strips the skydive to its raw nakedness, explaining method, equipment, competition, limitations, culture, and much more in easy to understand language. 
Paperback: 205 pages
Lamplighter Press; ISBN: 0971743002; (March 15, 2002)

Skydiving in 8 Days
by Miles Clark
Paperback: 136 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.37 x 9.24 x 6.02 
Aerographics; ISBN: 0960781404; 1 edition (April 1995)
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SKYDIVE
by Chris Donaldson
Paperback: 128 pages 
Trafalgar Square; ISBN: 1861263503; (September 2000)

Flying The Camera, the complete guide to freefall photography & skydiving video
by Patrick Weldon
Paperback: 250 pages
Classic Publishing Company; ISBN: 0966985303; (August 1, 1999)
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The Endless Fall
by Mike Swain
Paperback: 192 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.52 x 8.89 x 5.82
CeShore Publishing Company; ISBN: 1585010545; 0 edition (August 1, 2000)

Mental Training for Skydiving and Life
by John Derosalia
Book Description This is a peak performance handbook--for individuals and teams--for skydivers and non-skydivers alike. It’s a "how to" book that teaches practical methods and techniques for designing realistic plans to achieve goals. Best of all it's filled with creative and innovative mental training tools that are simple to use and can be applied immediately. John DeRosalia is a master at motivation and performance enhancement. He’s been training the ‘best of the best’ both in and out of skydiving for over a quarter of a century. The 2 chapters on teamwork alone are invaluable. The chapter Video Games—the Creative use of Visualization and Imagery, is ingenious, extremely effective, and lots of fun. The chapter on Performance Anxiety can make a difference immediately. This book is an exhilarating experience. It can change your life.
(Paperback - February 2001)

The Incredible Worlds Of Wally Mcdoogle: #14 My Life As A Screaming Skydiver
by Bill Myers
(Paperback)

Sky Blues
by Vicki Hendricks
(Hardcover - February 2002)

Tiny Broadwick: The First Lady of Parachuting
Tiny Broadwick: The First Lady of Parachuting
by Elizabeth Whitley Roberson
Paperback from Pelican Pub Co
Book Published: June, 2001
Parachute Rigging Course: A Course of Study for the FAA Senior Rigging Certificate
by Dan Poynter, Mark Schlatter
(Paperback - March 1994)

The Skydiver's Survival Guide
by Kim Emerson, Marcus Antebi
(Paperback)

BASE 66
by Jevto Dedijer
(Paperback)

Sky Surfing (Extreme Sports)
by Pat Ryan (School & Library Binding - January 1998)

Skysurfing (High Interest Books: X-Treme Outdoors)
by Holly Cefrey (Library Binding - March 2003)

Skydiving!: Take the Leap (The Extreme Sports Collection)
by Jeremy Roberts (Library Binding - November 1999)

Parachuting: The Skydiver's Handbook
by Dan Poynter, Mike Turoff
A free-falling parachuter, strapped onto a snowboard with a Cheshire grin and arms spread wide, graces the book's cover (as does his recently departed airplane, pitched at a rather precarious angle). Don't be misled: only a few pages of The Skydiver's Handbook are dedicated to skysurfing, one of the more radical aspects of parachuting. Instead, Dan Poynter and Mike Turoff's parachuting guide is exhaustive, addressing all levels and styles of skydiving, and providing a glut of like resources. The guide opens with a why-do-this analogy: "If riding in an airplane is flying, then riding in a boat is swimming. If you want to experience the element, get out of the vehicle." Novice skydivers will learn the basics, from tarmac preparation to the first static line jump. And yes, experienced jumpmasters will find enough advanced material to hold their interest: free fall and canopy progression, equipment updates, and emergency procedures. All readers will appreciate the glossary and the lists of skydiving centers, parachute equipment dealers, and literary material. --Rob McDonald - Amazon.com
(Paperback -- March 2000)
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Skydiving, A Multimedia Reference
by Dan Poynter, et al
CD-ROM
Para Publishing; ISBN: 1568600283; 1 edition (October 1, 1997)
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Golden Knights : the history of the U.S. Army Parachute Team 
by R. C. Murray 
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