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Author : Angela Hawkins
ISBN : 9781681958644
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Wimbley is a curious preschool boy who can't help wondering what will happen if he pours his own milk, drops crayons down the toilet, or hugs his mommy. When Wimbley gets to wondering, there's no telling what sort of trouble he'll get into next. This English/Spanish bilingual edition contains simple sentences for beginning readers or young children learning either language.

Wimbley The Wonder Boy

Author : Angela Hawkins
ISBN : 1623956064
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Wimbley is a curious preschool boy who can't help wondering what will happen if he pours his own milk, drops crayons down the toilet, or hugs his mommy. When Wimbley gets to wondering, there's no telling what sort of trouble he'll get into next.

Alexis Sanchez The Wonder Boy

Author : Tom Oldfield
ISBN : 9781786062079
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Alexis Sanchez: The Wonder Boy tells the story of the Arsenal superstar's incredible journey from the streets of Tocopilla to become 'The Boy Wonder', a national hero, and one of the most talented players in the world. With his pace, skill and eye for a goal, Alexis is now one of the Premier League's biggest stars. The story is every bit as exciting as the player.

Wembley And Beyond

Author : Barry Briggs
ISBN : 9781405516488
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It started on a cold, frosty morning in 1951 in Christchurch, New Zealand, with a seventeen-year-old-boy, a crate of sheeps' kidneys and a dream. The boss of the city's Belfast meatworks, had arrived an hour early to set up for the day, when he noticed one of his workers packing up a crate on the countertop. The young lad was battling to move it so the boss went over to help. When asked what time he'd started, the boy replied 'Five o'clock this morning'. Stunned, and amused, the boss told him he'd be earning a good bonus at the end of the week, and wondered aloud what he'd spend it on. But the boy knew, and immediately replied, 'I'm going to race speedway in England.' And he did. That boy was Barry Briggs, and it was just the start of his great adventure. Little did he know he was soon to become the legendary speedway racer more commonly known as Briggo, and later as Barry Briggs MBE. From dangerous encounters in the jungles of Liberia to teaching Steve McQueen to slide a speedway bike, Briggo's incredible story is one of strength, determination and a life lived firmly in the fast lane.


Author : Martin King
ISBN : 9781780574318
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In a 16-year career spent with Chelsea and Southampton, goal-scoring legend Peter Osgood made 560 appearances, scoring 220 goals and winning two FA Cup-winner's medals. He was part of the victorious Chelsea side that defeated the mighty Real Madrid in the 1971 European Cup-Winners Cup final and is the last player to have scored in every round of the FA Cup, including the final. Ossie tells the story of the career and the extraordinary roller-coaster personal life of the man who spearheaded a team that made as many headlines off the field as on. The truth about the hard-drinking and hard-living antics of these Kings Road dandies - Hudson, Cooke, Baldwin and company - has never before been told. Osgood tells of his strained relationship with manager Dave Sexton, which resulted in his and other stars' departures, triggering a decline in Chelsea FC's fortunes that took some 20 years to reverse. He recounts his experience in the Mexico World Cup of 1970 and is brutally honest about the challenges and problems faced by ex-footballers as they attempt to adjust to life in mainstream society. Peter Osgood was no ordinary footballer and Ossie is no ordinary football autobiography. Like the King of Stamford Bridge himself was, this book is entertaining, outspoken and full of surprises.


Author : James Urquhart
ISBN : UOM:39015041437685
Genre : Dumfries (Dumfriesshire)
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Gareth Bale

Author : Frank Worrall
ISBN : 9781843588337
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Gareth Bale is one of the most promising young talents in the Premier League, and is regarded as one of Europe's hottest football properties. Born in 1989, Bale first attracted the attention of Southampton FC at the age of just nine. At secondary school, he was such a prodigious talent that his PE teacher, Gwyn Morris, had to impose special restrictions on him to make it fair for the other pupils. These included playing one-touch football and not using his left foot. After completing his GCSE exams, Bale became the second-youngest player ever to sign for Southampton on 17 April 2006. Despite playing at left-back he scored five goals and was extremely impressive in his first season. The Premier League soon came calling and in 2007 Bale signed a four-year deal with Tottenham Hotspur. His career at White Hart Lane didn't get off to the best start, as he played in a record 24 games without a win, but in late 2009 he seized his chance to secure a regular place in the first team and since then he has proved to be a top-class footballer with a stunning hat-trick in Tottenham's Europa League tie against Inter Milan at the San Siro and a man-of-the-match performance in the return leg. Bale has unsurprisingly also made several appearances for Wales, and his talent has been compared to that of the legendary Ryan Giggs. He's fast, he's strong, he's an excellent crosser of the ball and he scores goals. This is the fascinating biography of Tottenham's latest superstar player.

Tragedy At Wembley

Author : Cecil Freeman Gregg
ISBN : UIUC:30112046413800
Genre : Police
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Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2008 2009

Author : Jack Rollin
ISBN : 075531820X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Focused, fascinating and factual, the daddy of all football yearbooks never fails to deliver with more than 1000 fact-filled pages. The 39th edition brings you unrivalled coverage of the Champions League and UEFA Cup as well as qualifying and final tournament details of Euro 2008. A new feature this year is the analysis of FA Cup finals from 1872 to 2008. Also including the concise season-by-season players' directory with an invaluable A-Z of all entries, extensive match facts and figures for English and Scottish league matches and English, Scottish and international fixtures for the 2008-09 season, this is the "first reference book you should turn to." SALES POINTS - The most reliable and authoritative guide to football at home and abroad The Yearbook sells 40,000 copies each year and is the one football guide that is an annual international bestseller The longest-surviving football yearbook on the market Sponsored and supported by Sky Sports, the UK's number one for live games, debate and commentary This year's edition features FA Cup final analysis from 1872 to 2008

The Arco Book Of Soccer Techniques And Tactics

Author : Richard Widdows
ISBN : 0668058919
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Demonstrates the techniques of goalkeeping, ball control, passing, shooting, and heading, and shows examples of actual offensive and defensive strategies

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