Desktop Golf

Author: Chris Stone

Publisher: Running PressMiniature Editions


Category: Humor

Page: 32

View: 806

Millions of golf enthusiasts and Tiger Woods fans daydream of being on the golf course while stuck at work. A perfect gift for Dad on Father’s Day or anyone who loves golf, this kit will help relieve some of that cubicle-induced anxiety by allowing you to get in a quick round right on your desktop. Kit includes two golf balls, two clubs, a green felt fairway, a packet of sand, and a 32-page book of fun facts and the rules of the game.


A Boxing Memoir

Author: Ralph Wiley

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 242

View: 600

"This is a surprising book, a terrific book. It's not about boxing, but about an odd, demanding world in which boxing is the thread, the key to existence. Wiley deftly broadens the delineation of this world and its people. Perceptive reporting is the foundation and perceptive reporting is rare enough. Wiley enhances it with clear, quick writing laced with humor and with a sensitivity that lends brilliance to this impressive work."-Robert W. Creamer, author of Baseball and Other Matters in 1941. "Ralph Wiley, with Serenity, has produced an original book about the ring. . . . He can dig beneath the surface and show us what really happened in a bout: why Thomas Hearns, with too much faith in his powerful right hand, lost to Sugar Ray Leonard in their first match. . . . Or why Roberto Durn was acting out of prudence, not cowardice, when he quit in his second fight against Leonard. . . . Yet the book is not really about boxing. Boxing in Serenity is what T. S. Eliot, speaking of plot, called the meat a burglar brings to distract the watchdog. The book is really about growing up in a world where you had to defend yourself physically to survive."-New York Times. "Wiley's rapport with boxers is profound."-Publisher's Weekly. "Wiley is one writer who really knows his way around a boxing ring. . . . [He writes] with passion and understanding about complex, violent men and their oddly redemptive sport."-Booklist. Ralph Wiley is the author or coauthor of several works, most recently Born to Play: The Eric Davis Story.


The heartbreaking sequel to the bestselling Anna

Author: Amanda Prowse

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd


Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 317

From the million-copy bestseller Amanda Prowse, the queen of heartbreak fiction. Amanda Prowse is the author of The Coordinates Of Loss and the no.1 bestsellers Perfect Daughter, My Husband's Wife and What Have I Done? This is an unforgettable romance about what happens when two very different people fall in love. Theo Montgomery grew up in a rich family where he had all the toys and trinkets money could buy. But his childhood was full of neglect and he was bullied at school. Now he is an adult, he longs to find a soulmate. Someone who understands him. Someone who will love him unconditionally. Then, one day, Theo meets Anna Cole in a lift. Anna grew up in a care home, and has always wanted to create the noisy family life she never had. She brings love and laughter into Theo's life. But she wants a baby, and Theo can't imagine bringing a child into this cruel world... Theo and Anna are two damaged souls, from two different worlds. Is their love for each other enough to let go of the pain of their pasts? Or will Anna and Theo break each others' hearts? There are two sides to every love story. This is Theo's. Reviews for Amanda Prowse: 'Prowse handles her explosive subject with delicate skill ... Deeply moving and inspiring' DAILY MAIL. 'Powerful and emotional family drama that packs a real punch' HEAT. 'A gut wrenching and absolutely brilliant read' IRISH SUN. 'Captivating, heartbreaking, superbly written' CLOSER. 'Very uplifting and positive, but you may still need a box (or two) of tissues' HELLO. 'An emotional, unputdownable read' RED. 'Prowse writes gritty, contemporary stories but always with an uplifting message of hope' SUNDAY INDEPENDENT.

They Called It Golf Because Flog Was Already Taken

Author: Frank Fenton

Publisher: Pineapple Press Inc


Category: Humor

Page: 144

View: 135

The funny stuff comes from humor columnist David Grimes, who reminds us- not to "putt" rules before golfing fun- why golfers should hit balls, not bottle- how to press a Nassau without getting skinned- how to cope with unspeakable hardships like the laws of physics

Desktop Ping Pong

Author: Chris Stone

Publisher: Running PressMiniature Editions


Category: Humor

Page: 32

View: 838

Ping pong lovers can now take their favorite sport with them wherever they go! This newest addition to our growing line of desktop sports mini kits contains all you need to get a competitive ping pong game going in minutes. Included are two mini paddles, easy-to-assemble desktop net, one ping pong ball, and a 32-page booklet that provides history, tips on game play, and fascinating trivia surrounding this popular sport.


The Complicated Life of Claudia Cristina Cortez

Author: Diana G Gallagher

Publisher: Capstone


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 88

View: 406

Claudia's class needs to earn money for a field trip, so they're holding a rummage sale. Anna's team challenges Claudia's to a contest. Who can raise the most money and sell the most stuff? Anna and her friends are selling fashionable clothes, but Claudia thinks her team's quirky collectibles have a chance.

Golf on $30 Dollars a Day (or Less)

A Bargain Hunter's Guide to Great Courses and Equipment

Author: Jim Apfelbaum

Publisher: Villard Books


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 313

View: 365

A money-saving guide for golfers offers a state-by-state listing of the most affordable U.S. golf courses, as well as tips on finding discount equipment, memorabilia, books, catalogs, clothing, and club membership/discount cards. Original. 50,000 first printing.

Computerizing your golf facility

Author: National Golf Foundation



Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 160

View: 717

"Compilation of reproduced articles, reports, and studies relating to topics of interest to the golf industry." (Introduction, p. i.)