Alone in Antarctica

By Felicity Aston

Alone in Antarctica is Felicity Aston's memoir of her solo trip across Antarctica. The story begins at the beginning: her initial conditioning movements as she tows auto tires across the sands of a local beach to prepare for the towing of the sledges that will...

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NCAA Eligibility

Resource Guide for Student-Athletes with Education-Impacting Disabilities
By Jeffrey Berk

NCAA Eligibility: Resource Guide for Student-Athletes with Education-Impacting Disabilities by Jeffrey Berk, as the title suggests, is a book aimed at the target audience of student-athletes with education-impacting disabilities. It's a guide with a wealth of excellent information about the NCAA (National Collegiate of Athletic...

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Moving Mountains

By James Wilde

Mountain climbing is a topic I have never been very familiar with other than knowing you are scaling up the side of a large steep rock dependent on a rope and skill … eek! James Wilde, in Moving Mountains decided to give us an...

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How Short Hitting, Bad Golfers Break 90 All The Time

By Fred Fields

How Short Hitting, Bad Golfers Break 90 All the Time, written by Fred Fields and illustrated by Stephen Stanton, is the handiest book for anyone with any kind of interest in golf. The sport of golf and the theory of the game is discussed in...

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Casual Lies

A Triple Crown Adventure
By Shelley Lee Riley

"Casual Lies: A Triple Crown Adventure" is a memoir about one woman’s journey to realize her ultimate dream of racing a horse in the Kentucky Derby, one of the most famous horse races in the world. Shelley and her husband Jim are racehorse trainers that...

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I Told You I Wasn't Perfect

By Denny McLain and Eli Zaret

“I Told You I Wasn't Perfect” is an autobiography written by Denny McLain, a former All-Star controversial pitcher, with Eli Zaret. Retired in 1972, he spiraled down throughout the 80s and 90s, in and out of prison for several criminal charges. Then on December 20,...

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For Underdogs Only

By Kim G. Robinson

“For Underdogs Only” by Kim G. Robinson is a tribute to Myron Miller, a man worth looking up to. Myron is the high school football coach in Tustin, California. The sixty-nine year old Coach has had his share of tough luck; however, he has never...

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Still Skating Forward

Amazing People Celebrating Life and Skating
By Joanne Vassallo Jamrosz

"Still Skating Forward" by Joanne Vassallo Jamrosz is a sequel to the popular book "Skating Forward: Sixteen Amazing Young Women Celebrating Life on Ice". Just as in the previous book, here also the author deals with the stories and experiences of Olympic and world famous...

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3 Off the Tee: Make it Happen

A Healthy Competitive Approach to Achieving Success
By Lorii Myers

“3 Off the Tee: Make it Happen” by Lorii Myers is a self-help book which takes a different direction and is mainly aimed at people who play golf or have an interest in golf. The book is full of comparisons with the game of golf,...

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Where the Water Kept Rising

A college athletic director's fight to save a New Orleans sports institution
By James W. Miller

James Miller was an executive with the National Football League when he was offered and accepted the position of director of intercollegiate athletics at the University of New Orleans hoping for a quieter life. During his six years at the institute he faced many obstacles...

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