A Season to Remember

Author: Sheila O'Flanagan



Category: Christmas

Page: 311

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It's Christmas at Sugar Loaf Lodge and everyone checking in to the luxury hotel has their reasons for spending the holiday away from home. And it's not just the guests who are hoping for a happier New Year. Worried about their business surviving the recession, the hotel's owners are determined to make it a holiday to remember

A Season to Remember

Author: Paul Cicero

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Fiction

Page: 247

View: 868

Timothy Pagelar thought his life was meaningless until the day he decided to abandon his every responsibility in life to find a lost friend, Doug Miller, who was last seen working on the back deck of a fishing boat in Bristol Bay, Alaska. During his journey, Timothy finds himself faced with life and death situations and decisions, one constantly following the other until he finally realizes what he truly set out to find…

A Season to Remember

Ohio State's 2002 National Championship

Author: Columbus Dispatch

Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 160

View: 692

In the tradition of instant books celebrating the achievements of championship teams and individuals, including Anaheim Angels: World Series Champions with the Associated Press and Patriots Day with the Boston Herald, Sports Publishing presents the first titles available on the market to salute the winners of the 2003 BCS bowls. The books promises to tell the complete story of the team's winning season through articles, columns, and photos that first appeared in the pages of the major daily newspapers in the teams' city. Sports Publishing's tribute to the 2003 Bowl Champions will prove to be a cherished keepsake for all fans of the team who will be celebrating the victory well into the year. Titles include Ohio State, USC, and Georgia!

White Mountain Lions: Season to Remember

A Memoir

Author: Bob Kaszas

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 100

View: 168

The spirit of the kids was infectious, I coached vicariously. I stated that I wished I were seven years old again at least twenty times to anyone who was listening. These kids learned, they listened, and they grew into better soccer players. Coaching was a lot of work, it was time consuming, and there were a lot of plans and decisions to make. I came to totally appreciate the volunteer coach role and what it takes to coach a youth soccer team. I hope any wisdom gained can be passed on.

A Season To Remember: A Christmas Treat

Author: Sheila O'Flanagan

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Fiction

Page: 300

View: 911

Sheila O'Flanagan's deliciously engaging A SEASON TO REMEMBER is essential Christmas reading for fans of Marian Keyes, Veronica Henry and Harriet Evans. Reviewers love Sheila's novels: 'A romantic and charming read' Candis It's Christmas - when everyone is meant to be merry. But what if you've just had your heart broken? Or discovered that the man you're married to has lied to you? What if a secret from your past has come back to haunt you? Then the magic of Christmas is just what you need. As Claire and Neil Archer open the doors to their luxurious Sugar Loaf Lodge for the festive season, they and their guests are about to find out if Christmas really is the happiest time of the year!

A Season to Remember

Faith in the Midst of the Storm

Author: Carson Tinker

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group


Category: Religion

Page: 224

View: 151

In Tuscaloosa, Alabama the world revolves around one thing: The University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide. But on April 27, 2011 everything changed. An EF4 tornado ripped through the small college town and changed it forever. Carson Tinker, the starting long snapper for the 2011 and 2012 National Champion Crimson Tide, was among those forever changed by the events of April 27. Tinker lost his girlfriend Ashley Harrison to the storm, but not his faith. In the midst of unfathomable destruction, Tinker saw love, companionship, perseverance, and triumph in a community torn apart by a natural disaster. Where everyone else saw tragedy, Carson Tinker saw blessing. Following the storm, the Crimson Tide suited up to face their most challenging season to date. Tinker’s personal story guides readers through what cannot be described any other way than a season to remember.

McGwire and Sosa

A Season to Remember

Author: James Preller

Publisher: Schuster Merchandise &


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 220

Summarizes the record breaking year including final, full-season stats.

Up Front

2010 - A Season to Remember

Author: Mark Webber

Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Aus.


Category: Automobile racing

Page: 216

View: 431

Mark Webber's own race-by-race account of the extraordinary 2010 Formula 1 season2010 has been an incredible year for Mark Webber, and in Up Front he gives us the real story straight from the driver's seat.Starting with an in-depth account of his pivotal 2009 season, Mark then leads us through every race in 2010-the highs, the lows, the controversies and the triumphs-all with his trademark up-front honesty.Featuring dynamic colour photographs that take you to the very centre of the action, this is a brilliant insight into the excitement and drama of Formula 1, through the eyes of one its greatest champions.

The Journey--A New Season

Author: Kimberly M. Lovett

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Poetry

Page: 52

View: 784

"The Journey-A New Season" is a continuation of the journey of life through poetry .

Bummy and the Coach

Author: Casey Camden

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 430

View: 636

A book about more than basketball. Bummy and the Coach is about life, relationships, politics in school systems, and a small town. A middle aged coach and a 97 year old man team up together to create a winning basketball season and a winning book for readers of all ages.

Arizona Diamondbacks

Author: Rob Tricchinelli

Publisher: ABDO


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 472

Inside MLB profiles each of the 30 franchises in Major League Baseball. Arizona Diamondbacks is a beginner's history of the Diamondbacks, covering the beginnings of the franchise, the greatest and lowest moments of the team, and the best players and managers. Fun facts, anecdotes, and sidebars round out the story of each club, allowing your readers to get Inside MLB! SportsZone is an imprint of Abdo Publishing.

The Steve Spurrier Story

From Heisman to Head Ballcoach

Author: Bill Chastian

Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 256

View: 112

Mention the name Steve Spurrier to sports fans and without a doubt a lively discussion and exchange will ensue. Love him or hate him, opinions about the new coach of the Washington Redskins and University of Florida gridiron commander, rarely rate as ambivalent. Bill Chastain's The Steve Spurrier Story: From Heisman to Head Ballcoach is the first comprehensive biography of the man on the sidelines. Through interviews with family, friends, colleagues, and players, Chastain provides an intimate look at the significant influences and events that have helped shape Steve Spurrier into the extraordinary and oftentimes controversial football coach he is today. When Spurrier was growing up, the slogan "It's not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game ..." was not a tenet that stuck in the Spurrier household, where Spurrier's father, the Reverend Graham Spurrier, liked to say, "if it doesn't matter if you won or lose, why do you keep score?" A talented athlete, made better by his competitive instincts, evolved from this philosophy. Spurrier's competitive instincts led him to performances that qualified him to win the Heisman Trophy while playing quarterback for the University of Florida; a disappointing NFL career followed. Spurrier's competitiveness continued to be his driving force once he began his coaching career. Few coaches in the history of college football impacted the outcome of a contest from the sidelines the way Spurrier did. An offensive genius with a unique feel for the game, Spurrier rubbed opposing coaches and fans the wrong way by winning—and winning big—while the University of Florida program reached heights never before dreamed of by alumni and fans. Complex and commanding, demanding and driven, Steve Spurrier steps up to the National Football League at the helm of the Washington Redskins in 2002. Having made Gator football synonymous with "powerhouse," can the ole Head Ballcoach dominate at the professional level the way he did in college? Although the jury may still be out, he

The Empty Chair

Handling Grief on Holidays and Special Occasions

Author: Susan J. R.N. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, Ed.D

Publisher: Baker Books


Category: Self-Help

Page: 96

View: 722

Losing a loved one--whether a spouse, parent, child, sibling, or friend--leaves people feeling overwhelmed and hopeless. Holidays and other special occasions seem to intensify the pain. Whether the occasion is Christmas or Easter, a birthday or anniversary, these celebrations force the bereaved to again face the reality of a loved one's absence. Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge and Robert C. De Vries know firsthand the sorrow of bereavement: Both lost a spouse. Yet as they faced their pain and gleaned insights from their professions--Susan is a psychologist, Robert, a minister--they found renewed richness on special days that once brought heartache. In The Empty Chair, the authors share a comforting blend of emotional support, spiritual guidance, and personal experience to help readers honor their loved one on important days. Those who support the bereaved--mental-health professionals, pastors, funeral home staff, and others--will also appreciate this book for its reflective yet practical approach.

The All Americans

Author: Lars Anderson

Publisher: St. Martin's Press


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

View: 312

On November 29, 1941, Army played Navy in front of 100,000 fans. Eight days later, the Japanese attacked and the young men who battled each other in that historic game were forced to fight a very different enemy. Author Lars Anderson follows four players-two from Annapolis and two from West Point-in this epic true story, The All Americans. Bill Busik. Growing up in Pasadena, California, Busik was best friends with a young black man named Jackie, who in 1947 would make Major League Baseball history. Busik would have a spectacular sports career himself at the Naval Academy, earning All-American honors as a tailback in 1941. He was serving aboard the U.S.S. Shaw when it was attacked by Japanese dive-bombers in 1943. Hal Kauffman. Together, Busik and Kauffman rode a train across the nation to Annapolis to enroll in the Naval Academy. A backup tailback at Navy, Kauffman would go on to serve aboard the U.S.S. Meredith, which was sunk in 1942. For five days Kauffman struggled to stay alive on a raft, fighting off hallucinations, dehydration, and-most terrifying of all-sharks. Dozens of his crewmates lost their minds; others were eaten by sharks. All the while Kauffman wondered if he'd ever see his friend and teammate again. Henry Romanek. Because he had relatives in Poland, Romanek heard firsthand accounts in 1939 of German aggression. Wanting to become an officer, Romanek attended West Point and played tackle for the Cadets. He spent months preparing for the D-day invasion and on June 6, 1944 - the day he would have graduated from West Point had his course load not been cut from four years to three-Romanek rode in a landing craft to storm Omaha Beach. In the first wave to hit the beach he would also become one of the first to take a bullet. Robin Olds. The son of a famous World War I fighter pilot, Olds decided to follow in his father's footsteps. At West Point he became best friends with Romanek and the two played side-by-side on Army's line. In 1942, a sportswriter Grantland Rice named Olds to his All-American team. Two years later Olds spent D-day flying a P-38 over Omaha Beach, anxiously scanning the battlefield for Romanek, hoping his friend would survive the slaughter. 20The tale of these four men is woven into a dramatic narrative of football and war that's unlike any other. Through extensive research and interviews with dozens of World War II veterans, Anderson has written one of the most compelling and original true stories in all of World War II literature. From fierce fighting, heroic rescues, tragic death, and awe-inspiring victory, all four men's suspenseful journeys are told in graphic detail. Along the way, Anderson brings World War II to life in a way that has never been done before.

The Advent Instructor

Reflections on Christmas Symbolism

Author: Kenneth Mortonson

Publisher: CSS Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 68

View: 836

The Advent/Christmas season is full of symbols that inspire and instruct us in our understanding of the Christian faith. The information in this book will be especially welcomed by families for nightly stories around the dinner table. It will also be useful for children's sermons, Sunday school classes or even preparing sermons. This collection will help enrich readers and listeners awareness of the symbols that surround them during the seasons of Advent and Christmas. Kenneth A. Mortonson is a graduate of Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. He is also a graduate of McCormick Theological Seminary where he received his Master of Divinity degree and Doctor of Ministry degree. Over a period of forty years, he served three Presbyterian churches in Illinois. After serving the First Presbyterian Church of Macomb, Illinois, for twenty years, he was designated Pastor Emeritus upon retirement. Dr. Mortonson is the author of That Seeing, They May Believe (Volumes One and Two); and The Lent Instructor, a companion book to The Advent Instructor. CSS Pub

The Fall of 1972: A Season for the Perfect Storm

(The Story of a Dream Season)

Author: Dr. Randy White

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 126

View: 639

About sixty miles north of Houston on Interstate 45, a giant statue soars above the piney woods of East Texas. It’s a white concrete image of General Sam Houston, the first and third president of the Republic of Texas. Like everything in this state, it is oversized, and at seventy feet tall, it’s the largest statue of an American hero in the country. The statue welcomes the traveler to Huntsville—a small sleepy college town that was the home of Sam Houston, and which now is the home of Sam Houston State University (SHSU) and another Texas icon, the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC). On one side of its wall, convicts struggle with the rigors of prison life, and on the other at the university, another group of youths struggle with the demands of college. The contrast between the two serves as a metaphor for modern American life. This story is seen from the point of view of a man who experienced events on both sides of the prison wall. On one side of the wall, Randy White was a guard—known as Boss White to the inmates. On the other side was Randy White, a college student in 1972 and the Bearkats’ (the SHSU basketball team) official statistician. He was part of the story when the Bearkats became a basketball legend in the early seventies. Football is the renowned culture of Texas. If one has any doubts, then look at the Dallas Cowboys and the popularity of its cheerleading. Now there are cheerleading squads in the NFL as well as on the college football scene. There is nothing new or unique about that. But none are as famous as the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. To make the squad and wear the white short shorts and blue-and-white bolero jackets today is more prestigious than making the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes back in the forties. Such is the stature of football in Texas. So Texas is definitely football country. Basketball lives in the outskirts, something to be played in between football seasons. Sam Houston State University’s basketball team had been lackluster for forty years. Nobody expected much from SHSU basketball in 1972. Until the early seventies, back when a bunch of basketball players, intent on winning, burst on the scene like a perfect storm. Such as the one that brewed up one October day off New England, and it came out of nowhere. A confluence of different weather-related phenomena had combined to produce what was termed a perfect storm. That same perfect storm hit Huntsville. It was as if someone had put into a cauldron a unique combination of talent, coaching, spirit, camaraderie, and a new social awareness and mixed them up—and out came a dream team, a dream season, a perfect storm. This is the story of that perfect storm, that dream season.

Molly Hootch: I Remember When

Growing up in Alaska on the Kwiguk Pass of the Lower Yukon River

Author: Molly Hymes

Publisher: Publication Consultants


Category: Fiction

Page: 236

View: 824

Everyone in the family, except her mother, was away at fish camp. Her mother, Sophie, stayed in the village of Emmonak awaiting the birth of her second daughter, Molly. Molly was born in the territory of Alaska in the summer of 1956. Alaska would not become a state in the union until 1959 Molly Hootch was born into a family that knew only a subsistence lifestyle along the banks of the lower Yukon River. It was a harsh life by today’s standards. Her mother was the typical Native wife. Her father, James, was a fisherman, trapper and hunter. He built dogsleds, boats, snowshoes, and fish traps. Molly, while a young girl, enthusiastically followed her father and observed his lifestyle that made her people Eskimo. He taught her everything she needed to know about living a subsistence existence. From this rugged environment, Molly breathed the Alaska air, loved deeply, lived fully, and studied diligently--and made history! As a teenager, Molly had to leave Emmonak to attend high school in Anchorage. That traumatic departure set off a series of events leading to a class action lawsuit against the State of Alaska Department of Education, called the Molly Hootch Case. The court case settlement resulted in the construction of high schools in Native villages. It made Molly Hootch a household name in Alaska during the last half of the 1970s. She was selected as the most influential person of the decade of the 1970s. She was also honored as the fifteenth most important person since Alaska statehood.

A Southern Wind Blew To Complete The Beauty In Whatever Season of the Rose

Author: Annie V. Prewitt

Publisher: Author House


Category: Fiction

Page: 88

View: 190

“A SOUTHERN WIND BLEW TO COMPLETE THE BEAUTY IN WHATEVER SEASON OF THE ROSE” subject matters are so vivid they jump out at you from the pages in living color. It is a book of poetry and short stories that focuses widely on love and romance. This book will have you in love with love itself. The book will make you think with pondering thoughts of your actually being able to converse in print too. The book brings back memories of a band at a high school from over thirty years ago. It describes a fantasy, it speaks on giving love and receiving love, it will lure you into an open door of pleasures not defined, it shares a dream, it meets a person on the streets asking for money, it talks about inherited features that family members have, it remembers 911, it sees this economy and feels what the country is going through, which is an eye opener for most of us. All of these subjects, and everyday situations in general moved me to write this book of poetry and short stories. It is an enjoyable read that shoots straight to the point with many, many subject matters that will stir your imagination and rejuvenate your soul.

Remember Why You Play

Faith, Football, and a Season to Believe

Author: David Thomas

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

View: 219

Thomas documents the lives, struggles, and triumphs of the players and coaches of Faith Christian School in Grapevine, Texas, following the team for a full season to record a story that is sure to inspire readers to understand that relationships are more important than winning.