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By Don Cherry. 2016
For over a decade, Don Cherry hosted the TV show Grapevine, which brought viewers up close and personal with the… biggest names in sports. Presents behind-the-scenes access to some of his most fascinating and revealing interviews with the all-time greats. Includes stories about hockey greats Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr and Gordie Howe, and athletes and officials from other sports such as boxing, snooker, and baseball. Bestseller. 2016.
By Don Cherry, Al Strachan. 2008
Former hockey player and coach Don Cherry's comments on Hockey Night in Canada's "Coach's Corner" routinely make headlines as they… entertain, educate, and often upset some fans throughout North America. Now he presents his favourite stories from his career in hockey. And you can imagine the stories he has to tell. c2008.
By Ernest George Schwiebert. 1980
Collection of fourteen stories about trout and salmon fishing by an ardent practitioner of the sport. He describes experiences in… Iceland, Ireland, England, Norway, the Alaskan wilderness, Michigan, and the rugged rivers of the American West. 1980.
By Adrian Shubert. 1999
Discusses bullfighting as a social institution within the framework of a broader society. Traces modern bullfighting from the eighteenth to… the twentieth century, revealing changes in Spanish attitudes toward entrepreneurship and the bullfighters. Views the sport from the perspectives of business, politics, and gender. 1999.
This book portrays guide dog mating, illnesses and eating habits some readers may find disturbing. It was Derek Freeman who… began to breed dogs specifically to train as guide dogs, when other suitable dogs were hard to find. Over the years, he has reared some 20,000 puppies, with an 80% success rate, and has a unique insight into the mind of the dog. Using GDBA as a backcloth, he discusses rearing, training, health and socialization, and gives an insight into the complexities of dog ownership. 1991.
By Michael M Oleksak, Mary Adams Oleksak. 1991
The Oleksaks, who lived in the Dominican Republic for ten years, trace the development of baseball in that country, as… well as in Cuba, Nicaragua, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Panama, and Venezuela. They depict the Latin clubs as a major source of players for U.S. leagues; reveal the language, cultural, and racial barriers that Latin players faced; and profile some of the illustrious players. c1991
By Edith Marks, Rita Montauredes. 1997
By Linda Granfield. 1997
By Judith M Dixon. 2000
Essays examining the history and future of braille including such topics as the development of the literary, Nemeth, and music… codes; braille production; legal issues; library service; and literacy and computer access concerns. 2000.
By Chris Gudgeon. 1998
Gudgeon travels across Canada as he explores the role of fish and fishing in the Canadian identity. In his fish… tales, he considers cod in Newfoundland, fishes for Tyee salmon in B.C., whitefish in Gimli, shark near Halifax, and experiences ice fishing near Montreal with aging rock star Lamont Dore. 1998.
By Cheri Colby Langdell, Tim Langdell. 2011
Explores personal, psychological, sociological, and cultural perspectives on blindness, and also shows some of the benefits blind and nearly blind… people have found after vision loss. Explains the practical challenges that vision loss creates for the person experiencing it. and for the family members and friends of that person. Some strong language. 2011.
Confessions of a baseball purist: what's right, and wrong, with baseball, as seen from the best seat in the house
By Mark Hyman, Jon Miller. 1998
Longtime Baltimore Orioles announcer and later ESPN broadcaster reminisces about his three decades in baseball. Discusses famous players including Cal… Ripken and Reggie Jackson, the development of interleague play, the unions, the new breed of players, and the owners. 1998.
By David Winner. 2001
The Netherlands has one of the world's most distinctive and sophisticated football cultures. From the birth of Total Football in… the sixties, through two decades of World Cup near misses to the exiles who remade clubs like AC Milan, Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea in their own image, the Dutch have often been dazzlingly original and influential. The elements of their style (exquisite skills, adventurous attacking tactics, a unique blend of individual creativity and teamwork, weird patterns of self-destruction) reflect the country's culture and history. 2001.
By Janet Zeller. 2009
Presents strategies that give people of all abilities the opportunity to discover the challenge, freedom, and renewal found in paddling.… Written by adaptive paddling pioneer Janet A. Zeller, presents best practices based on her years of experience and the experiences of other instructors and recreation and health care professionals. Includes tested instructional techniques and equipment adaptations as well as safety information and rescue protocols. c2009.
By Guy Walters. 2007
The 1936 Berlin Olympics brought together athletes, politicians, socialites, journalists, soldiers and artists from all over the world. Hitler had… secretly decided the Games would showcase Nazi prowess and the unwitting athletes became helpless pawns in his sinister political game. By illuminating the dark, controversial recesses of the world's greatest sporting spectacle, Guy Walters throws shocking new light on the whole of Europe's troubled pre-war period. 2007, c2006.
By Silken Laumann. 2006
As parents, we are often afraid to let our children out of sight - our streets don't feel safe, and… neighbours don't rely on each other like they used to. While we recognize the need for our kids to be active, our fears and busy lives have led us to schedule their every activity. We have forgotten just how important unstructured play is for our children's development: it keeps kids healthy, creative, and active - and lets our kids be kids. 2006.
By Paul W Ogden. 1992
When Paul Ogden and his wife, both deaf, adopt a signal dog from Canine Companions for Independence, they must go… through an intensive training program to learn the 80 signals to which their dog responds. 1992.
By William Curran. 1990
By Marilyn Brandt Smith, Sanford Rosenthal. 2007
Twenty-seven contributors, many blind, express their experiences dealing with everyday situations and emotions. In "Her Day Versus My Day," a… twenty-five-year-old suffers a stroke. In "Rebel with a Cane," a thirteen-year-old who is blind defies her overprotective parents and walks home alone from school. c2007.
By Lawrence Scanlan. 1994
The story of Big Ben, one of Canada's most successful show-jump horses, also presents two important people in his life:… his rider, Ian Millar, and his groom, Sandi Patterson. Big Ben's experiences on the international show-jumping scene include his brushes with death and his comebacks which resulted in award-winning performances. Grades 5-8. 1994.