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The Meadow-Brook Girls On the Tennis Courts By Janet Aldridge
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One of a series of books published throughout 1913 and 1914 following the fortunes of a group of school girls, Harriet, Jane and Tommy through various adventures.
Women's Tennis Strategies: Win More Matches by Playing Smarter By Joseph Correa
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The best tennis strategies to win more in your league, junior, professional, and recreational matches. Knowing what to do and how to do it in your matches can make all the difference in the world.... More > What should you do against a consistent player? What can you do against a hard hitter? Is there a strategy for lobbers? How can I overcome players who hit only with slice? How should I play against someone who hits with a lot of topspin? These and many more questions are answered in this book. Do you know any tennis player who doesn't play as well as the others but for some reason finds a way to win? That's because they are using the right strategy for the right player and winning against players above their level. Written and created by a professional tennis player and coach.< Less
"Brandi's 2009 Calendar" By Brandi Brooks
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The loveable tennis characters drawn by talented artist, Brandi Brooks when she was only nine years old come to life in this First Edition 2009 Calendar of her original art. Perfect for tennis... More > players and fans, adults and children alike.< Less
The Sixties Kid By Dallin Malmgren
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Lucas Trew was born too late, a 17 year old boy with a ’60′s sensibility trapped in South Texas in the 90's. He longs for the days of protest marches, real rock ‘n roll, and, why... More > not, free love. His father, Dean Trew, a Vietnam veteran, has just sold his business and bought the family a ramshackle mansion in the country. After Lucas is caught smoking pot at school, Dean realizes how far he has let his relationship with his son drift and determines to make amends. When mom and his three half-sisters leave for summer vacation, father and son stay behind to renovate the mansion. Military mindset confronts hippie consciousness. For Lucas, a summer with “dad” equates with a season in hell. But even hell has its oases–visits from Danny, his pot-smoking amigo, and Eun, his Asian American on and off again girlfriend; trips to the Coast and one wild night of freedom. Not to mention a shark attack. The Sixties Kid is a family drama about recovering relationships, finding out who you are and learning to live with it.< Less
Sudden Death Game By California Supreme
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Tennis stars Mary and Anna get into an argument after their match. Mary claims the officials favored Anna for her good looks. A nude, one-sided beat down is the result! Art by GLYNN Eight, 8 1/2 x... More > 11 pages in Print-Ready PDF file. NUDITY, ADULTS ONLY< Less
Conversation Starters: (How to Start a Nice Conversation) By Sean Mosley
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Here are some ways to start a conversation with guys, with girls, with teens, with adults, with young people. Listen as much or more than you talk. Some people consider themselves skilled... More > communicators because they can talk endlessly. But the ability to speak is only one part of the equation—and not the most important part. The best communication occurs with an even and equal exchange between two people. Think of conversation as a tennis match in which the players lob the ball back and forth. Each person gets a turn—and no one hogs the ball.< Less
The Cotton Chronicles By Leo Barron Hicks
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America has reach a milestone. One in every 100 adults is in jail or prison: firmly establishing America as the world's premier jailer. America has converted poor and minority communities into neo... More > colonies. Using hooks baited with $200 tennis shoes, cellphones, and "crack cocaine" economic interest fish for new slaves in the dark waters of America's inner cities. Diaspora and shattered lives created by this induced chaos, produces an inmate market that saturates our prisons. "The Cotton Chronicles, American Apartheid, Prisons and the 21st Century Cotton Gin" analyzes the Criminal Justice System, Prisons and Prison Assaults, American Apartheid and Jim Crowe, "Lynch Law", White Race Riots, Gentrification, Imperialism, The War on Drugs and other institutional tools of race and class suppression. Finally, the book offers a detailed plan for the New Emanicapation of African Americans and the oppressed.< Less
Like Tigers Until Dawn: A Gay Erotic Drama By Joey Jenkinson
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Former high school teacher Matt Brandon is stuck in a rut: unemployed, recently divorced, living on a run-down council estate, and pining for his lusty young rugger captain lover, Jack Adams, who... More > seduced him as an 18-year-old student four years ago. When Matt meets fellow loaner, Aussie bad-boy Stuart Donovan, the pair embark on a sexual adventure which sees their lives change for ever. Matt falls for drop-dead gorgeous renowned French operatic tenor Logan Thomas, while Stuart become involved with closeted tennis ace, Jeremy Grant. Life for the pals is not always a bed of roses as they encounter drama, prejudice and near-tragedy, but things turn out for the better when the irascible Jack arrives back on the scene. WARNING: this book contains adult material of a sexual nature.< Less
Toledo Moments By Larry Rochelle
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After 46 years of teaching, the former Toledoan, Larry Rochelle, has finished two thrillers this year: BONAVENTURE and OCCUPY FEARRINGTON. “It’s quite curious to explore your childhood... More > hometown with the eyes of an adult, and place vicious murderers into that formerly tranquil landscape,” says the seventy-two-year-old author and sports buff. “Everyone should try it.” Growing up in Toledo’s West Side, Rochelle learned tennis and golf in Ottawa and Jermain Parks. His mother, Claire, often took him to Sigmond Sanger Library where he started off with sports fiction, particularly Claire Bee novels. “I loved those action stories, and later I collected quite a few first editions of his books.” Also credited for his literary bent are the Notre Dame nuns who taught at Gesu School. “Each one of them in the early grades read to us in class. What excitement!”< Less