Footprints on the Mountains

Hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine
By Dennis Renshaw

Footprints on the Mountains: Hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine by Dennis Renshaw is the non-fiction memoir of the author's experience hiking the whole of the 2,189.2 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Renshaw begins by sharing the story of how his desire to...

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A Wilderness Adventure

Canoeing, camping and fishing in Quetico Provincial Park
By William Monger

A Wilderness Adventure by William Monger, whose title perhaps implies more drama than is actually supplied, and whose contents include a premature suggestion of possibly dangerous bear and moose encounters, is nonetheless a comforting and evocative retelling of four adventurous fishermen’s foray into the wilds...

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Excellence in Motion

25 of the Finest Acts of Sportsmanship
By Dave Tomlinson

Reading Excellence in Motion (25 of the Finest Acts of Sportsmanship) by Dave Tomlinson, I came away with a more positive feeling toward competitive sports in general. In an age of prima donna sports celebrities (they know who they are) and bad behavior tolerated in...

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Football Family

The Story of Jim Algeo and The Rare Breed of Lansdale
By M. Bridget Algeo

Football Family: The Story of Jim Algeo and The Rare Breed of Lansdale by M. Bridget Algeo is a memoir that chronicles a family's history and their football tradition. The author takes readers on a rollicking ride from her earliest memories, sharing the unique experiences...

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The Upset

Life (Sports), Death...and the Legacy We Leave in the Middle
By Tyler Trent, John Driver

The Upset: Life (Sports), Death...and the Legacy We Leave in the Middle by Tyler Trent and John Driver is an inspiring story and a powerful testament of faith and love; a young soul's journey towards finding meaning in cancer through selflessness and joyful acceptance. It...

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Basketball Is in My Blood

A Basketball Addict’s Autobiography
By Martin Groveman

The origins of Martin Groveman’s passion for playing hoops dates back to his seventh grade under the mentorship of Coach Aaron Venty Lieb. In Basketball Is in My Blood: A Basketball Addict’s Autobiography, Coach Venty shows the young Groveman the rudiments of the game--from moves...

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From Coin Toss to Championship

1971 - The Year of the Milwaukee Bucks
By Rick Schabowski

Let us rewind and go back to 1971, the year the Milwaukee Bucks won the Championship. From Coin Toss To Championship: 1971 - The Year of the Milwaukee Bucks by Rick Schabowski is an engaging book that gives details about the magical season, players' interviews,...

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Soccer is Fun without Parents

By Peter M. Jonas

As the sister of an ex-soccer player, I remember my father’s frustration about the behavior of other children’s parents during matches. These adults, though armed with good intentions, embarrass their children with some of the worst performances. They scream, protest, and coach when they should...

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Fight to the End

By Eric Hanna

Fight to the End is a nonfiction sports memoir written by Eric Hanna. In his prologue, Hanna describes basketball as having been “amusing, humbling, ego-building, inspiring, deflating, and above all, entertainingly addictive.” In his memoir, he describes how a sport that he ended up quitting...

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Stealing Home

A Father, a Son, and the Road to the Perfect Game
By Ron Seybold

Stealing Home: A Father, a Son, and the Road to the Perfect Game is a nonfiction sports memoir written by Ron Seybold. Seybold’s anxiety was an inherited condition that wasn’t even considered a disorder or treatable at the time when he entered into his first...

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