Rodeo Queen 101

By Anne T. Reason

Brought up in Arizona, which has the legal bragging rights of having the world's oldest rodeo, Anne T. Reason grew up with a neverending love for the sport. As an adult, with a former saddle bronc rider and wrangler for a husband, her love only...

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Gong Sau Wong: A Tribute

Direct Students on Sifu Wong Shun Leung
By Eric Lilleør

As a tribute to Sifu Wong Shun Leung, Gong Sau Wong: A Tribute by Eric Lilleør reveals various interviews with people who were directly influenced by his unparalleled mastery of martial arts and his simple philosophy of life. Readers get to see how Sifu Wong...

The Luckiest Boy In The World

By Patrick E McBride

The Luckiest Boy in the World is written by Patrick McBride and Dennis McBride. The authors have taken a subject that is dear to any young boy’s heart, and even many adults' hearts, and written how baseball, basketball, and football can help youngsters find themselves...

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One Way Out

One Man's Journey to the NFL
By Judith Smith Wilson

One Way Out: One Man's Journey to the NFL is the biography of former NFL player Paul Dunn, as told to Judith Smith Wilson. The book follows Dunn’s progress from when he decided he wanted to play professional football through his high school and college...

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Nate Branch

Playing My Way Through Life
By Nate Branch, with Barry Kienzle

Nate Branch: Playing My Way Through Life is an autobiography by former Harlem Globetrotter Nate Branch with Barry Kienzle. Branch played for the iconic exhibition basketball team for fifteen years, from 1967 when he was recruited after he left college, to 1983 when he was...

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Barefoot

A Surfer's View of the Universe
By Andrew Pacholyk

Barefoot: A Surfer's View of the Universe by Andrew Pacholyk is a non-fiction inspirational memoir in which the author details his life through the lens of a man who spends as much time riding the waves as he possibly can. Part self-help and part autobiography,...

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Running Down A Dream

The making of a film
By Paul Gorman

Joan Carson, a seasoned skydiver with more than 700 jumps, tragically died on Memorial Day Weekend in 1981 in Lost Prairie, Montana. Her friend Paul Gorman had previously dreamed of her tragic death, and after Joan's fatal accident, the memory of that dream haunted him....

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You Play Like A Girl

Honoring the first women in sports
By JoAnn Fastoff

The title You Play Like A Girl: Honoring the First Women in Sports repeats a phrase that for many people means playing badly or being too slow, but many women athletes have achieved wonders and set records. For women, the first challenge begins with childhood,...

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A Fish Ate My Homework

A Beginner's Guide to Fly Fishing
By Rick Robinson and Wade DeHate

Would you like to learn fly fishing but do not know where to start? Rick Robinson and Wade DeHate have written the right book for you. In A Fish Ate My Homework, they will share all the secrets a beginner angler needs to know to...

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Marathon Man

My Life, My Father's Stroke and Running 35 Marathons in 35 Days
By Alan Corcoran

At 20, Alan Corcoran had to accept a reality he never seriously considered before: the mortality of his parents. His father's stroke came to him as a shock and a challenge that inspired him to do something positive and make his family proud. Thus, Alan...

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