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In a heartwarming first-person account, dePaola retells his experiences at home and in school when he was a boy. 26 Fairmount Avenue is full of humor, drama, suspense and just the day to day ups and downs of a little boy's life.Show more
This new collection of 30 Scripture songs includes songs to learn the Lord's Prayer, the Old Testament and New Testament books of the Bible! Includes: 'Give Thanks to the Lord/Psalm 107:1', 'Bless the Lord', 'O My Soul/Psalm 103:1', 'For God so Loved the World/John 3:16', 'The Fruit of the Spirit/Galatians 5:22-23', 'The Lord's Prayer/Matthew 6:9-13' and 25 more!Show more
Baseball, basketball, football, tennis, track and field — no matter the game or competition, Jackie Robinson hit it out of the park. His exceptional talents should have easily landed him a career in pro sports. But in the United States in the 1930s and ’40s, opportunities like those were closed to athletes like Jackie: his skin was the wrong color. Jackie settled for playing baseball in the Negro Leagues but chafed at being unable to prove himself in the majors. Then in 1946, Branch Rickey, manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, decided that he was going to break segregation in the Major Leagues and recruited Jackie. Jackie accepted the offer, knowing that it would be rough going. Again and again, he exhibited courage, restraint, and phenomenal talent, despite being the target of cruel and sometimes violent hatred. In this compelling biography, award-winning author Doreen Rappaport chronicles the extraordinary courage and dignity of Jackie Robinson, who not only broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball but also changed white Americans’ perceptions of black Americans. His impact reached beyond the world of sports: he won over the hearts of all Americans and became an American hero.Show more
You see yourself playing overseas at some point, which is why you got this audiobook. Good. Here, I'm sharing essential tips about playing overseas basketball that you may never otherwise have been told - until you were on the wrong end of this information (which is how I learned all this stuff). Wouldn't it be much better to know some things ahead of time? I created my pro basketball career after graduating an NCAA Division III school, were I was a six-foot-four power forward/center who didn't even play on the basketball team as a senior. I knew less than nothing about playing overseas when I got out of college. I went through many years and thousands of dollars of learning to know what I now share with millions of athletes worldwide. That learning, fortunately, paid off in me putting together a nine-year resume that took me through eight countries playing basketball professionally. Though it was never a perfectly smooth ride, the successes more than made up for the down times. If I could do it coming from less than nothing and keep it going for nine years, you can, too. You can read more about me on my website or the Overseas Basketball Blueprint course page if you wish; this audiobook is about and for you. A lot of players ask me a lot of questions about how to play professional basketball abroad; this is your primer for doing just that. When you're ready to get the full-course meal, see The Overseas Basketball Blueprint for the entire nine-module course, which covers everything in detail.Show more
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