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The Best I Could

Author: Subhas Anandan
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Lipouts The Best I Could Do From the First Two Years

Author: Nathan Crace
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"Lipouts...The Best I Could Do From The First Two Years" is a collection of Nathan Crace's favorite editions from the first two years of his popular Lipouts column that appeared in regional and national golf publications beginning in 2001. Each original column is re-printed and followed up with a modern day look back at what has (and hasn't) changed since the the original column was published. It's a look back and a rare look inside the mind of the award-winning golf course architect, writer, and member of the Golf Writers' Association of America. The author says it's the perfect addition to the bathroom library of every golfer.


Subhas Anandan

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The Best We Could Do

Author: Thi Bui
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National bestseller 2017 National Book Critics Circle (NBCC) Finalist ABA Indies Introduce Winter / Spring 2017 Selection Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Spring 2017 Selection ALA 2018 Notable Books Selection An intimate and poignant graphic novel portraying one family’s journey from war-torn Vietnam, from debut author Thi Bui. This beautifully illustrated and emotional story is an evocative memoir about the search for a better future and a longing for the past. Exploring the anguish of immigration and the lasting effects that displacement has on a child and her family, Bui documents the story of her family’s daring escape after the fall of South Vietnam in the 1970s, and the difficulties they faced building new lives for themselves. At the heart of Bui’s story is a universal struggle: While adjusting to life as a first-time mother, she ultimately discovers what it means to be a parent—the endless sacrifices, the unnoticed gestures, and the depths of unspoken love. Despite how impossible it seems to take on the simultaneous roles of both parent and child, Bui pushes through. With haunting, poetic writing and breathtaking art, she examines the strength of family, the importance of identity, and the meaning of home. In what Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Viet Thanh Nguyen calls “a book to break your heart and heal it,” The Best We Could Do brings to life Thi Bui’s journey of understanding, and provides inspiration to all of those who search for a better future while longing for a simpler past.


Simply the Best

Author: Mike Johnston
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What makes players simply the best? That's what coach Mike Johnston and former NHL great Ryan Walter set out to discover in Simply the Best: Players on Performance. The authors interviewed Sidney Crosby, Cassie Campbell, Shane Doan, Jarome Iginla, Ed Jovanovski, Trevor Linden, Scott Niedermayer, Joe Sakic and Hayley Wickenheiser to discover how they prepare to be the best in the world, how they lead a dressing room from the inside out, and how coaches best inspire their winning performances. In their previous book, the hugely successful Simply the Best: Insights and Strategies from Great Hockey Coaches, Johnston and Walter asked top hockey coaches to talk about the methods they use to get the best performance from their players. In seeking the players' perspective, the authors have again compiled fascinating information that is as relevant to the game of life as it is to hockey. Young and old alike will be inspired and motivated as they gain access to exclusive insights directly from the players. Simply the Best: Players on Performance is not only a must-read for hockey fans, players and coaches, but will also resonate with anyone pursuing excellence, individually or as part of a team.


The Best Known Unknown

Author: John F. Maraglino
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Anyone who has ever stepped onto a playing field, or looked into his father's eyes seeking solace in an uncertain world, will enjoy this captivating read. The Best Known Unknown is the memoir of John, a man trying to break away from the depths of depression, and the mental and physical abuse he endured from his family. He was born in 1946 in the Bronx, and as a child clings to the lessons and teachings of his father, as he fights through the dysfunction of his mother's family. Stories taught by his father of survival in the streets made John mentally strong, but he lost his father when he was 16. With the lessons he learned, John overcomes the horrors that surround him. A romp through one man's life, with all its attendant joy, sorrow and lessons, The Best Known Unknown brings the reader along for a great ride. With laughter and tears, the irony of life is told from a young boy's time with his father, to the fields of sport, where honor is earned through the strength of one's arm and ultimately - the will to overcome. - N. True Light, pharmacist John Maraglino's storytelling and his honesty and charisma make you root for him - and make this a very enjoyable read!The stories run the gamut from funny, sad, touching, heart wrenching, scary, crazy, ridiculous and beyond! You will LOVE THIS BOOK! - Dr. Ronald M. Guberman, New York physician About the Author: John F. Maraglino hopes his story will help others. He lives in White Plains, New York, and is writing his next three books. Publisher's website: http: //SBPRA.com/JohnFMaraglin


The Perfect Answer

Author: Andrew Brezak
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Teacher John Cintrano has been home schooling Derrick each week since Derrick was thrown out of school. John feels unable to help the confused student, as Derrick officially drops out to join the marines. Reaching into his tragic past, John searches for strength to battle cancer. He turns to his brothers and even to Julia, an English teacher, but soon realizes the only way he will find peace is to find life's true meaning on his own terms. After joining the marines, Derrick is immediately given the harsh reality that Iraq should not have been the place to run from his torment. Derrick hears a voice from his past. The real life lessons he learned from John begin to help him survive. John and Derrick will both learn that The Perfect Answer and the strength to become American heroes may have been inside the classroom the entire time.


Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents

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For a Gallon of Milk I Could ve Bought a Farm

Author: Raeanna deSpain
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The Best I Recall

Author: Gary Cartwright
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Gary Cartwright is one of Texas's legendary writers. In a career spanning nearly six decades, he has been a newspaper reporter, Senior Editor of Texas Monthly, and author of several acclaimed books, including Blood Will Tell, Confessions of a Washed-up Sportswriter, and Dirty Dealing. Cartwright was a finalist for a National Magazine Award for reporting excellence, and he has won several awards from the Texas Institute of Letters, including its most prestigious—the Lon Tinkle Award for lifetime achievement. His personal life has been as colorful and occasionally outrageous as any story he reported, and in this vivid, often hilarious, and sometimes deeply moving memoir, Cartwright tells the story of his writing career, tangled like a runaway vine with great friendships, love affairs, four marriages, four or five great dogs . . . looking always to explain, at least to himself, how the pattern probably makes a kind of perverted sense. Cartwright's career began at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Fort Worth Press, among kindred spirits and fellow pranksters Edwin "Bud" Shrake and Dan Jenkins. He describes how the three rookie writers followed their mentor Blackie Sherrod to the Dallas Times Herald and the Dallas Morning News, becoming the "best staff of sportswriters anywhere, ever" and creating a new kind of sportswriting that "swept the country and became standard." Cartwright recalls his twenty-five years at Texas Monthly, where he covered everything from true crime to notable Texans to Texas's cultural oddities. Along the way, he tells lively stories about "rebelling against sobriety" in many forms, with friends and co-conspirators that included Willie Nelson, Ann Richards, Dennis Hopper, Willie Morris, Don Meredith, Jack Ruby, and countless others. A remarkable portrait of the writing life and Austin's counterculture, The Best I Recall may skirt the line between fact and fiction, but it always tells the truth.