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The Ultimate Junior Golf Guide By Amel Mehenaoui
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In “The Ultimate Junior Golf Guide,” I display a variety of topics associated with teaching your children the fundamentals and love of golf. The book steers away from forcing the sport... More > onto your child, but rather takes a softer approach. Pushing your child to participate in a sport they do not truly love is unhealthy for your relationship with them, even if it’s done by accident. You must provide the rules and basics of the game to them, and let them choose to accept or reject the idea of actually going out and playing the game of golf. This book will teach you all you need to know about being a good golfing parent. It covers the bare bones of the sport, from which club grip is best for your junior golfer, to having your child compete in golf tournaments. Even if you have only dabbled in the sport in the past, after reading this book, you and your children will be able to go out and create lasting memories on the golf course.< Less
First Contact in Korea: A Native English Teacher's Journey Into the Backwoods of South Korea By Brian Ward
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When I witnessed my first air raid drill while walking home from work in Korea, I realized that teaching English in Korea was going to be a lot different than any other place where Americans go to... More > work abroad. In my non-fiction book, "First Contact in Korea: A Native English Teacher's Journey into the Backwoods of South Korea," I will chronicle my struggles of learning how to pronounce my Korean students' names, the 15-minute golf lesson I got in Korean that increased my driving distance 20%, my interactions with my Korean co-worker "Kid" who confesses to me that he was accused by his ex-wife of burning down her house and the cheapest and best eye surgery I've gotten in any country, which is Enucleation eye surgery. It is priced at $2,500 in Korea vs. $22,000 in the United States. My book will awaken my readers to the transitional opportunities available in a place that shares few American customs but many of the comforts of home.< Less

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