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Sweet 16

Author : Christopher Walsh
ISBN : 9781633195752
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Sweet 16 is inside story of the Alabama's magical 2015 football season and triumphs over Michigan State and Clemson to capture the College Football Playoff National Championship. Featuring stunning action photography and expert analysis from author Christopher Walsh, this is the definitive account of Alabama's 16th national championship. There was no holding back the Crimson Tide in 2015. Alabama's triumph in Arizona capped a 14-1 campaign. Behind Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry and the nation's top defense, Coach Nick Saban's team overcame a Week 3 loss to Ole Miss and emerged as the top team in the SEC, posting statement wins over three Top 10 opponents in conference play before topping Florida in the SEC Championship Game. That win earned Alabama a spot in the College Football playoff for the second year in a row. Alabama avenged a loss to Ohio State in the semifinal a year earlier, throttling Michigan State 38-0 to set up the matchup with Clemson. Sweet 16 takes fans through Alabama's exciting journey. From the season-opening victory over Wisconsin to dominant wins over Georgia and LSU to the to the nail-biting drama of the College Football Playoff, this commemorative edition includes profiles of Henry, quarterback Jake Coker, linebacker Reggie Ragland, and other Alabama Stars. Also featuring a foreword by The Voice of Alabama Football, Eli Gold, Sweet 16 is the perfect book for Alabama fans.

Red Sox Triviology

Author : Christopher Walsh
ISBN : 9781633195226
Genre : Travel
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Interspersing exciting history and fun quizzes, this trivia book ranges from basic questions to challenges that will teach even the most die-hard fans a thing or two about Red Sox baseball. The facts presented are grouped into categories that include positions, the early years, and championship teams. Entertaining and educational, the book is ideal for both solitary instruction and group game play.

Cubs Triviology

Author : Christopher Walsh
ISBN : 9781633195196
Genre : Travel
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Interspersing exciting history and fun quizzes, this trivia book ranges from basic questions to challenges that will teach even the most die-hard fans a thing or two about Cubs baseball. The facts presented are grouped into categories that include positions, the early years, and championship teams. Entertaining and educational, the book is ideal for both solitary instruction and group game play.

Mets Triviology

Author : Christopher Walsh
ISBN : 9781633195165
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Interspersing exciting history and fun quizzes, this trivia book ranges from basic questions to challenges that will teach even the most die-hard fans a thing or two about Mets baseball. The facts presented are grouped into categories that include positions, the early years, and championship teams. Entertaining and educational, the book is ideal for both solitary instruction and group game play.

100 Things North Carolina Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author : Art Chansky
ISBN : 9781633193512
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Perfect for UNC fans who think they already know everything 100 Things North Carolina Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is the ultimate resource guide for true fans of the Tar Heels. Whether you're a die-hard booster from the days of Dean Smith or a new supporter of Roy Williams, these are the 100 things all fans needs to know and do in their lifetime. It contains every essential piece of Tar Heels knowledge and trivia, as well as must-do activities, and ranks them all, providing an entertaining and easy-to-follow checklist as you progress on your way to fan superstardom.

The Worst Times Are The Best Times

Author : Mark Gottfried
ISBN : 0692211799
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Enjoy endearing, heartfelt stories from a NCAA Division I basketball coach who overcame life's everyday obstacles ? poverty, violence, bullying and heartbreak ? to find success on and off the court. N.C. Central University head coach LeVelle Moton shares personal stories to help inspire and motivate. Looking back at his adolescent years, where he was an outstanding athlete, he shares tales about life that relate to sports, while not always directly involving action on the playing fields. Stories deal with making wise choices, overcoming failure, abstaining from sex, finding mentors and preparation. Every chapter has a takeaway for readers in the ?Inside the Locker Room” and ?Chalkboard” sections. More than developing the next superstar athlete, Moton is interested in teaching life's hard lessons. Moton shares stories from his life, looking back to relationships with his grandmother and mother, strong woman who helped him navigate a turbulent childhood. He shares stories about growing up without a father and reflects on several mentors he found as a young man trying to find his way. In another story he recalls a relationship with a teenage girlfriend that goes bad. His stories are sincere, funny and humbling. The Worst Times Are The Best Times is an honest look at growing up struggling with the world working against you and finding a way to the life you dreamed for yourself. It's the compelling story of Moton overcoming the challenges of boyhood in the ghettos of Boston and Raleigh N.C., and using those personal experiences to provide valuable perspective for young people today. Written by coach Moton and journalist Edward G. Robinson III, the book is moving for adults and poignant for youth, informative for basketball fans, and relevant and engaging to all. As part of Moton's and Robinson's ongoing commitment to support youth in their community, a portion of proceeds from all book sales is being donated to the Boys & Girls Club of America. ?Basketball is what I do and not who I am.” It's the mantra that Moten lives by. He is currently the coach for his alma mater N.C. Central University, where he became the school's 17th head coach in 2009. He is also a husband, loving father and a God-fearing man. Guided by one of the nation's most successful up-and-coming coaches, N.C. Central won its first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship during the 2013-14 season and earned a berth into its first men's Division I NCAA Tournament. He was named MEAC Coach of the Year. Moton graduated from N.C. Central in 1996 after becoming the third all-time leading scorer in school his¬tory ? 1,714 points. Named to the university's Hall of Fame in 2004, he returned to his alma mater in 2007 as an assistant coach. He has climbed the coaching ranks quickly, starting as a teacher and coach at West Millbrook Middle School in Raleigh, N.C., in 2001. Moton holds higher education as a priority for players and for himself. He earned a master's degree from N.C. Central in special education in December 2013. He formed the non¬profit Velle Cares Foundation, Inc., whose mission is to serve and assist community-based organizations that promote health, education and life skills for children and families in at-risk situations. Moton and his wife Bridget live in Durham, N.C., with their daughter Brooke, and son LeVelle Jr.

Social Justice And Christianity

Author : Rev. Louis Blake Hathorn
ISBN : 1502336383
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INTRODUCTION Reverend Dr. Louis Blake Hathorn, Jr. tackles the influence of Christianity on social change challenges in American history from Colonial America of the 17th and 18th Century to the continuing human rights struggles of the 21st Century. He drew on his personal experiences as a pastor of over 40 years at Sweet Home MB Church of Lexington, Mississippi. He is a veteran activist for civil rights in a state known for its historic oppression of African Americans, other minorities and its indigenous Native Americans. Social Justice and Christianity lays out the dichotomy within the Christian church, also found in other religions, between the repressive policies resulting in grave injustice opposing the principles of love, forgiveness and non-violence. Historically, the established American Christian church, supported by the powerful economic and political privileged class, maintained and aided the sins of slavery and prejudice that entrap and disenfranchise persons of color. Nowhere is this social and political tension presented more clearly than in the "Letter from Birmingham Jail," authored April 16, 1963 by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. while incarcerated. Dr. Hathorn explores the historic influence found in the African American Christian church that shouted out the principles of love, forgiveness, and non-violence as the appropriate modus operandi for social change in America. He recounts the terrible effects of slavery, racial segregation and unfair treatment of persons of color, and women and children from Colonial American to the present 21st Century challenges. In Colonial America, the Quakers spoke out against the sins of slavery, urged an end to slavery... Colonial American was a violent place. As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. noted, "This nation was born in genocide..." From the beginning of the European and slave trade settlements in America, oppressive policies impacting African Americans and non-white people were institutionalized and those remnants remain into the 21st Century. Social protests for justice and equality in all facets of American life remain controversial even as the prophetic Christian voice call for social change. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. recognized the principles of love and non-violence as strong themes in other world religions. He drew on the inspiration of Mohandas Gandhi, the Southeast Asian political and human rights activist of the Hindu faith who stated, "Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind..." Other religions as well contained such prophetic strains of faith: Judaism has the Masorah. Islam has the Hadith... Dr. King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail," represents perhaps the greatest expression of love, forgiveness and non-violence... Here, the prophetic voices of Christianity, directed at the prominent white ecclesiastical infrastructure in Alabama, justified the need for non-violent protest. Dr. Hathorn described Dr. King's impact from the Birmingham jail, and later in 1963 at the March on Washington... Besides the powerful "I Have a Dream" speech by Dr. King, the United Auto Workers (UAW) President, Walter Reuther... Dr. Hathorn displayed his concern for the plight of Mexican farmworkers in his book. The UAW supported, not only African American rights, but also the rights of Native Americans, and other farmworkers. ...Cesar Chavez who was the champion fighter for the rights and fair wages of farmworkers. As if to answer the question in Dr. King's book, "Where do WE Go From Here," Dr. Hathorn exclaimed there remains a long, struggle ahead to deal with the throes of injustice that still ensnarl those of color... who were rendered hewers of wood. The work must go on! And Dr. King offers the mantra, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." The book, Social Justice and Christianity, by the Reverend Dr. Louis Blake Hathorn, Jr. is a must read. By Rev. G. David Singleton

Bmi General Index

Author : Broadcast Music, Inc
ISBN : UIUC:30112016256965
Genre : Music
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ISBN : CORNELL:31924094330861
Genre : Produce trade
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The Record Changer

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ISBN : UOM:39015025420814
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