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Astro Legends is designed with the fan in mind, giving them an inside look into their favorite sports team franchise. The book focuses on the team and history, breaking down the barrier between the field and the stands to let fans in on the moments, players, and personalities that make up the team mythology, for better or worse.
The Women’s World Cup 2019 Book has it all. For those wondering which teams will be participating in the 2019 Women’s World Cup, which are the up-and-coming players to watch out for, what the coaches’ strategies will be, or what the games in France will look like, look no further. The Women’s World Cup 2019 Book is a fun, informative guide to the soccer World Cup in France.
Bulletproof Bodies has taken the globally popular physical training method of body-weight exercise and created a targeted, functional and multi-muscle approach to developing physical resilience. From tennis elbow to low back pain, Bulletproof Bodies aims to both prevent injury and to rehabilitate injury through improving the health of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. As an added bonus these simple body-weight exercises can help to increase muscular strength and fitness.
All About Stephen Hawking is a biography that offers young readers intriguing information about physicist Stephen Hawking. He is one of the great geniuses of scientific history. From an early age, Stephen Hawking dreamed of making the study of the universe accessible to everyone. Diagnosed with ASL at the age of twenty-one, he overcame that challenge to become an expert on the origin of the universe and black holes.
Summer Wind: The Vietnam Letters of Richard “Dick” Wolfe is the fascinating and heartbreaking story of Indiana soldier, Dick Wolfe. His account was preserved in scores of letters he sent home to family, and letters friends sent to him in Vietnam from July 1967 to early January of 1968. On the rare days Wolfe spent at relatively large base camps in Vietnam, he penned long, detailed letters to his wife, mother, and friends. Most of his correspondence held little back as it was written in brief snatches in a tent-covered hole by the light of a single candle at primitive night defensive positions.
When popular First Lady Rose Gannon dies suddenly (and mysteriously) during an interview with White House correspondent Lark Chadwick, Lark is thrust into the midst of a media-bashing frenzy. Lark, still reeling from the death of her photographer boyfriend, finds herself covering a grieving president struggling with his pain while trying to defuse a looming nuclear war. In the era of fake news, when all facts are suspect (and reporters are targets), Lark tries to discover the truth while also under personal attack.
What started Washington’s favorite military leader down the path to treachery? In The Life of Benedict Arnold, Isaac N. Arnold, a descendant of Benedict Arnold, looks at both sides of this mysterious and compelling individual. The author shows us the complete man–Arnold’s boyhood and military success, the betrayal, and his last years in England. Isaac Arnold also draws a portrait of Benedict Arnold’s wife, Peggy Shippen, who played a critical role in her husband’s treachery.
The Rugby World Cup 2019 Book is the perfect book for those following the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Whether the reader is a newcomer to rugby union or a seasoned supporter, this comprehensive guide to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan will provide him with all the information and insight needed to understand and enjoy the third biggest sporting competition in the world.
From the pro and international game to youth, colleges and other competitions, the North American Soccer Guide 2019 has it all: recaps, results, rosters, stats, award-winners, all-time champions, milestones from the previous year and a heads-up on the red-letter dates to come.
In The Bomb Heard Around the World, we see that in “1951 America” terrorism was homegrown. There were no battles fought on American soil. Yet there were twelve bombings targeting black Americans, Catholics, and Jews in “Jim Crow” Florida. And one of those bombs was, symbolically, heard around the world.
Harry T. Moore and his wife, Harriette, were murdered on Christmas night, in 1951, by racist terrorists. Ironically, Harry knew he was a target of the KKK but he swore he would keep going, working for civil and human rights for African Americans, even if they killed him. The Moore family’s courage was remarkable.
The Live Happy Notebook is full of inspiring quotes, tips, research and thoughtful activities. There is plenty of lined space to end the day with your own thoughts, sketches, and what you are grateful for.