Snowboarder’s Start-Up: A Beginner’s Guide to Snowboarding by Doug Werner
Snowboarder’s Start Up was written in 1998 for snowboarders who are new to the sport. The book teaches beginners numerous aspects of snowboarding, from purchasing the proper gear to performing tricks in halfpipes. The book familiarizes beginners with the terminology of snowboarding and provides an in-depth explanation for each term.
The Snowboard Book: A Guide for All Boarders Books by Lowell Hart
Much like Snowboarder’s Start-Up: A Beginner’s Guide to Snowboarding, The Snowboard Book: A Guide for All Boarders Books was published in 1998 and is aimed at familiarizing snowboarders with the rest of the snowboard community. However, unlike Snowboarder’s Start Up, The Snowboard Book is a book that serves boarders of all experience levels.
The Illustrated Guide To Snowboarding by Kevin Ryan
The Illustrated Guide To Snowboarding is another snowboarding book that was published in 1998. Like Snowboarder’s Start Up this book offers trick tutorials to snowboarders. However, the book covers a wide range of tricks for beginner riders and advanced riders. Additionally, the tutorials in this book are illustrated to make them easier to follow.
Snowboarding Skills: The Back-To-Basics Essentials for All Levels by Cindy Kleh
Cindy Kleh goes into detail with each trick tip that she provides in Snowboarding Skills. Aside from pictures and instructions, she provides troubleshooting for people who don’t fully understand what they are doing wrong when they attempt the tricks in the book.
Snowboarding the World by Matt Barr
Snowboarding the World is the complete guide to snowboarding. The book shares experiences from pro snowboarders and gives insight about the global snowboarding community.