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Learning to Swim By Thurman Ireland
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The autobiography of Thurman James Ireland.
Jerome Learns to Swim By Cameron Valencia
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This book is about a kid who would like to swim with his dad, but he hasn't learned to swim. Today, he will learn.
Percy learns to swim By Matthew Wiseman
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A childrens book about a penguin named Percy who cannot swim, he gets bullied and really wishes that he can, can anyone help him?
How I Learned to Swim By Jim Neu
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This is a short story about how a friend of mine learned to swim. It is told in the form of an interview, with a few interruptions from his brother. This was a school project for Typography II at The... More > University of Wisconsin - Parkside.< Less
Emily Swims By Stephen Dwyer
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A delightful book that uses simple rhyming to help teach young children the basics for learning how to swim.
How to Swim By Harry Hazlehurst
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Can't swim or dive? Teach yourself to swim with this inexpensive e-book as your guide. Quickly and easily master the basic American crawl and some basic dives. Confidence is 75% of the art of... More > swimming. Relaxation, proper breathing and the movements making up the stroke complete the formula. Contents: Introduction. Breathing Exercise. Buoyancy of the Body. Relaxation. The Leg Stroke. The Arm Stroke. Combining the Arm and Leg Strokes. Points to Remember. Plain Diving. The Fall-In Dive. Standing Dive. Racing Dive. The Plain Front Dive from the Springboard. Running Front Dive. The Back Dive. Front Jack-Knife Dive. Back Jack-Knife Dive. Points to Remember. Speed Swimming. Lose your fear of the water and build confidence. Learning will be simple and fun to do. Buy this e-book and start learning right away!< Less
Swimming in the Cesspool By Gregg Smith
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This book tells the story of an American teacher who went to New Zealand with the intention of helping children learn the joys of mathematics. What he encountered was beyond his worst... More > nightmares. From the US Review of Books review by Carol Davala(http://www.theusreview.com/reviews/Swimming-Smith.html): "I never expected to be ATTACKED for trying to make someone's life richer by sharing my knowledge of mathematics with him, yet that's exactly what I encountered in Dannevirke." In vivid detail Smith recounts the verbal abuse, physical assaults, sexual harassment, and mob-like intimidation he suffered at the hands of students, parents, and the Dannevirke community. Swimming in the Cesspool is Smith's effort to make public the truth about his own personal experience at Dannevirke High School. As the saying goes "the truth will set you free." Hopefully Smith's truth will serve as an enlightening resource to help bring secondary education in New Zealand to a higher ground.< Less
Swimming Techniques By Elizabeth Peebles
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This easy to read book helps swimmers of all ages learn the proper techniques of swimming, to swim faster with less energy. Excellent advice and help getting your techniques perfected.
Swimming Techniques By Elizabeth Peebles
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This easy to read book helps swimmers of all ages learn the proper techniques of swimming, to swim faster with less energy. Excellent advice and help getting your techniques perfected.
Swimming In Stone By Patrick Moran
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Set in Venice and Asia Minor, Swimming In Stone is the sequel to That Which Bends. It tells the tale of Dusty Rhodes after she and her lover, Bodie Bloom, have won forty million euros in the Italian... More > Lottery, only to see Bodie die shortly afterwards. Heartbroken but rich beyond her wildest imaginings, Dusty embarks on a voyage of hope with Bodie’s estranged family in order to split Bodie’s portion of the winnings in accordance with his last wishes. In the end Dusty and Bodie’s family learn the truth that real fortune is measured not in the currency of exchange but in the currency of hope from which redemption may be wrung.< Less