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The History of Wimbledon - Men's Champions And Thier Stories By Ken Chalifour
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This book is packed full of hard to find information on every champion who ever achieved the pinnacle of success by winning at Wimbledon starting in 1877. Starting all the way back to Spencer Gore... More > beating William Marshall in 1877, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4. He then lost the following year to Patrick Francis Hadow and then quit, he he felt like tennis was too boring for him! Concluding with the 2005 Sweden born champion Roger Federer, currently ranked #1 in the world. The book starts off with a complete history of wimbledon and also has a complete chart of all winners starting in 1877, who they beat and what the score was. This book filled with stats and very interesting tidbits about the athletes you have come to love and even introduce yourself some some you never knw existed. Did you know that the 1970 & 1971 winner John Newcombe was President George W. Bush's drinking companion on the night when he was charged with driving under the influence?< Less
The History of Wimbledon - Men's Champions And Thier Stories By Ken Chalifour
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This book is packed full of hard to find information on every champion who ever achieved the pinnacle of success by winning at Wimbledon starting in 1877. Starting all the way back to Spencer Gore... More > beating William Marshall in 1877, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4. He then lost the following year to Patrick Francis Hadow and then quit, he he felt like tennis was too boring for him! Concluding with the 2005 Sweden born champion Roger Federer, currently ranked #1 in the world. The book starts off with a complete history of wimbledon and also has a complete chart of all winners starting in 1877, who they beat and what the score was. This book filled with stats and very interesting tidbits about the athletes you have come to love and even introduce yourself some some you never knw existed. Did you know that the 1970 & 1971 winner John Newcombe was President George W. Bush's drinking companion on the night when he was charged with driving under the influence?< Less
Lost in the Fog By James De Mille
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Lost in the Fog (February 4, 2002 – September 17, 2006) was an American thoroughbred race horse. He won his first 10 starts (including two Breeders' Cup stakes), 11 of his 14 lifetime starts... More > across the country, and career earnings of $978,099. He died of lymphoma during his four-year-old season and his remains were buried at Golden Gate Fields next to Silky Sullivan.Bred by Susan Seper and foaled in Florida, his sire was Lost Soldier, (sire of 10 stakes winners and son of Danzig, who was the son of Northern Dancer—ranked #43 by The Blood-Horse in their top 100 U.S. thoroughbred champions of the 20th Century). His dam was Cloud Break, a Dr. Carter mare. Unraced, Cloud Break is proving a successful broodmare; she also produced the stakes-placed How About My Place, by Out of Place. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_in_the_Fog Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Little Rose Lost and Found By Mia Cara
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I’ve been told we enter into this world unconsciously aware of our destiny, and that the difficulties we suffer are necessary before becoming fully conscious. Little Rose Lost and Found... More > illustrates the journey of a growing girl in search for meaning, and what was sacrificed in order to find it, targeting society’s way of dealing with depression A society that doesn’t support Integrative Medicine (traditional medicine combined with conventional medicine), as a healing, potential. It’s my take on life from childhood to maturity, written as a graphic parable, introducing Little Rose as the champion who emerges victoriously over numerous, trials and tribulations.< Less
My Young Years by the side of Harm Wiersma and Ton Sijbrands, Future World Champions By Govert Westerveld
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It is convenient to observe the youth group of the Brinta Tournament of 1963/1964, because it would be the start of forthcoming world champions. I was the youth champion of The Netherlands and I also... More > participated in this event. Ton Sijbrands won the tournament with 16 points and had only two draws. I lost to Harm Wiersma and Ton Sijbrands, which was enough for me to tell the whole world that these two players would be future world champions. Ton Sijbrands accomplished this feat in 1972 and 1973. However, the achievements of International Grandmaster Harm Wiersma are better still. He was six times world champion in the years 1976, 1977, 1979, 1981, and 1983- 1984. On the other hand he was Europe’s champion in 1999 before Ton Sijbrands! I recommend this book to psycologists and all professionals who work with children as a source of knowledge and a challenge to think in new concepts.< Less
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The Rosary By Florence L. Barclay
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The Rosary by Florence L. Barclay, first published in 1909. The Rosary tells the story of Jane Champion and Garth Dalmain. The Honourable Jane is plain, exceedingly frank, and a fiercely loyal... More > friend. In the words of Ms. Barclay, "She had once been described, by one who saw below the surface, as a perfectly beautiful woman in an absolutely plain shell." Garth Dalmain, the artistic and sensitive hero, is as blessed in appearance as Jane is not. He is the fun, gifted bachelor that every woman is out to catch. After years of friendship, one night Garth hears Jane sing for the first time, and “the veil is lifted”. He declares his love to her, but Jane does not believe it will last. Then things get interesting. In digging through these "lost" novels as we do on this site, it's so much fun to find one like this that is truly engrossing from the first pages and as deeply moving as any Brontë or Austen work.< Less
"Art Up" The Rebirth of a Dying Culture By Donny "Goines" Scott
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The End of the Beginning This story starts off where many end. As I sit in front of my computer, the thoughts of many things bounce around my skull like a silver metallic ball in an old pinball... More > machine. I need to pay my back rent. I have to prepare for a defamation trial in small claims court. I have no food in the fridge. I’m over $20,000 dollars in the hole. My company needs a new website. I haven’t released a new record in months. I have one solitary quarter to my name. Literally. I need my Clonazepam. Obstacles such as these have broken many men, but I will not fall victim to the same fate. You can attribute this proclamation to my unwavering confidence, blind faith or the egotistical nature of a champion. Nevertheless, the future will be a testament to these words. I will not fail.< Less
Snellie's New Home By Alan Brunwin
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With the ups and downs of Snellie Snail, nothing seems to go right! A nasty broom seems to have it in for him and he must go in search of a new home. After a long journey, will he ever get back to... More > his garden? From acclaimed author and illustrator, Alan Brunwin, the tale of Snellie the snail is a must for young children. Kids love it! The pictures touch their hearts and the story inspires compassion and empathy. Whenever it's read in schools, students watch and listen without a sound from beginning to end! Whether for bed time, school or a long journey, SNELLIE'S NEW HOME is ideal to keep kids engaged while it shares a positive message of hope on impressionable minds Brunwin Books was created to Champion Children’s Dreams. Alan Brunwin, a powerful advocate for children, seniors and the oppressed, works to improve the world for children of all ages. His books uplift us and give courage to keep going when all seems lost. Visit BrunwinBooks.com for more books by Alan Brunwin.< Less
1979 LARKIN ROYALS 2007 REUNION By Dick Christensen
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The Larkin Royals 1979 Championship football team set the high water mark for the entire upstate 8 conference back in 1979 when they completed a perfect 9-0 undefeated season and advanced to the... More > Illinois State semi-finals by beating the heavily favored East Lyden team and then beating east Moline...they lost 21-15 in the semi-final game against the East St. louis Flyers who went on to win the Final game against St. Lawrence of Chicago.< Less

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