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Posted about 18 days ago by Amy HPosted in New Books and Movies and Nonfiction | Tagged with athletes, baseball, basketball, biographies, boxing, coaches, cycling, football, mathematics, memoirs and sports
Incredibly fascinating sports stories.Continue Reading: What's New in Sports? Spring 2019 Edition
Posted 5 months ago by Amy HPosted in History and Politics and Nonfiction | Tagged with adventure, explorers, Maritime history, Pirates, privateers, scoundrels, sea stories, Ships, Shipwrecks, sports and swashbuckling
The allure of adventure on the high seas beckons. Check out these great stories of piracy and maritime mayhem long ago....Continue Reading: Avast! Pirate History is More Swashbuckling than ever!
Posted about 1 year ago by Allison FiscusPosted in Arts, Crafts and Hobbies, eBooks and Audiobooks, History and Politics and Nonfiction | Tagged with audiobooks, current issues, eMedia, folklore, listen, National Public Radio, nonfiction, NPR, podcasts, sports, true crime and true stories
What’s a podcast and why do my friends keep talking about them? Read on to find out how to jump onto the most informative bandwagon around.Continue Reading: Podcasts: What are They and Why Should I Care?
Posted about 1 year ago by Amy HPosted in Cooking, Home and Garden, History and Politics, New Books and Movies and Nonfiction | Tagged with air, atmosphere, baseball, baseball history, baseball players, baseball records, baseball statistics, cookbooks, cooking, curious - history, desserts, fishing, nonfiction, shark fishing, sports and true adventure stories
There are so many wonderful nonfiction titles just waiting for a cozy reading nook and a curious reader.Continue Reading: Great New Nonfiction - Fall 2017
Posted over 2 years ago by Jan CPosted in eBooks and Audiobooks, Health and Wellness, History and Politics and Nature and Travel | Tagged with baseball, boxing, boxing history, chess, Christianity, football, gymnastics, hockey, inspirational, National Football League, NFL, olympic history, olympics, ski jumping, soccer, sports, sports casting, success and swimming
Do you have a favorite sport or are you one of those sports-in-general fans? One thing’s for sure, if you’re not playing it, or watching it, there’s always something to be learned from sports books and movies.Continue Reading: Sports Roundup