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Alex Ovechkin

Author : Jeff Savage
ISBN : 9780761376729
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Highlights the life and rise to fame of the Washington Capitals' charismatic Alexander Ovechkin, who represented Russia in the World Juniors and participated in the Olympics before signing the most lucrative contract in NHL history.

Super Hockey Infographics

Author : Jeff Savage
ISBN : 9781467762786
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Key facts and fun details about the game of hockey come alive through interesting infographics. The data art helps readers to visually take in information about the sport--from game strategies to top players and offer a foothold on understanding information and statistics.

Mark Sanchez

Author : Jeff Savage
ISBN : 9780761378204
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Looks at the life and accomplishments of the quarterback of the New York Jets.

Alexander Ovechkin

Author : Shane Frederick
ISBN : 9781491421413
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"Details the life and career of hockey superstar Alexander Ovechkin"--

Tim Lincecum

Author : Jeff Savage
ISBN : 9780761386360
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents the life and career of the baseball pitcher and his many accomplishments.

Michael Phelps 2nd Revised Edition

Author : Jeffrey Zuehlke
ISBN : 9781467713146
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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By the end of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps had already earned more gold medals than any athlete in the history of the Olympic Games. But at the 2012 Olympics in London, England, Michael won four more gold medals, plus two silver. With twenty-two medals in total--eighteen gold, two silver, and two bronze--from three Olympic Games, Michael is by far the most decorated athlete in Olympics history. Learn more about the swimmer from Maryland who became the Olympic Games' greatest champion.

Carmelo Anthony

Author : Jon M. Fishman
ISBN : 9781467720625
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Carmelo Anthony has had an incredible basketball career. As a freshman at Syracuse University in 2003, he led his team to victory in the national championship game. Next Carmelo joined the National Basketball Association's (NBA) Denver Nuggets for the 2003-2004 season. As one of the best scorers in basketball, he helped turn the Nuggets into a winning team. Carmelo loves playing in front of his hometown fans after being traded to the New York Knicks during the 2010-2011 season. Learn more about one of the NBA's biggest stars.

Eli Manning Revised Edition

Author : Jeff Savage
ISBN : 9780761379744
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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When Eli Manning joined the National Football League (NFL) after being chosen with the first pick in the 2004 draft, many people compared him to his older brother Peyton. After Eli led his New York Giants to victory in the 2007-2008 Super Bowl, people stopped wondering if he was as good as his brother. When Eli was named Super Bowl MVP and the Giants won the big game again in 2011-2012, people began comparing him to football's all-time great quarterbacks. Learn more about Eli's journey to the top of the football world.

The Ovechkin Project

Author : Damien Cox
ISBN : 0470679581
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The behind-the-scenes story of Alexander Ovechkin's phenomenal rise from Russian athletic prodigy to NHL superstar Having signed the most lucrative contract in NHL history with the Washington Capitals, Alexander Ovechkin, at 24, is an undisputed hockey legend. In the mold more of a rock star than hockey player, Ovechkin courts the limelight, is never shy with his opinions, and, in a sport that thrives on the collective culture of the team-Ovechkin is an iconoclast who flouts convention, while loving the game. In The Ovechkin Project, veteran hockey writers Damien Cox and Gare Joyce trace his elite sports pedigree, his role representing Russia in the World Juniors, and how since entering the NHL, he's taken his team from worst to first in their division, and the hockey world by storm. Gives fans an inside look at such off-limits stories, as the impact of the death of Ovechkin's older brother, his bitter split with his agent, and his ongoing feud with Evgeni Malkin Offers the perspectives of teammates, his coach and general manager, other players in the NHL, and the general manager of the Capitals A candid look at one of the most charismatic figures in hockey today, The Ovechkin Project offers an inside, little-known look at Ovechkin himself, the makings of his spectacular on-ice talent, and the Great 8's meteoric rise to the world stage of professional sports.

The Day I Almost Killed Two Gretzkys

Author : James Duthie
ISBN : 9780470963654
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Praise for James Duthie's The Day I (Almost) Killed Two Gretzkys: " I was lucky to survive the day Duthie played in my golf tournament. Little did I know he'd turn the experience into one of the best books on sports that I've read in a long time." - Wayne Gretzky "Tragedy is easy. Comedy is hard. Sports comedy is even harder, but James Duthie, who we now know is as comfortable in front of a keyboard as he is a camera, treads whimsically through a sports landscape that certainly needs a smile. His is a biting wit, guaranteed to leave teeth marks." - Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated " If you like James Duthie on TSN, you're in for a treat. He's just as clever and witty in print. James is simply a great storyteller whose creative style will make you smile over and over." - Dave Naylor, The Globe and Mail "The Quiz sucks but Duthie's book is fantastic. He is one warped writer, but genius." - John Tortorella, New York Rangers coach " Duthie writes the way I played: With an edge, but never forgetting the game is supposed to be fun. This book is a ton of fun." - Jeremy Roenick, former NHL star "This guy does it all-he writes as well as he does television. That same somewhat aberrant sense of humour leaps off the pages. Sports fans will love this book!" - Brian Burke, Toronto Maple Leafs GM "I don't have kids nor can I legally admit to owning a monkey, but I do love hockey and Duthie manages to make them all work together. He effortlessly modernizes sports writing while respectfully tipping his hat to the old school." - George Stroumboulopoulos , Hockey Fan and Host of CBC's George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight So what's this book about? Well... This book is about hockey. And golf. And the Olympic Games. And being a broadcaster, a sports fan, a father, husband, and son. And having an unhealthy fascination with Anna Kournikova. It's a collection of things that marched through James Duthie's head over the years and spilled out into his weekly columns, selected, collected, and randomized for your reading pleasure. It's also educational! You'll learn about: Sidney Crosby's secrets Where you rank on The Jeter Meter of male success Why hockey's loser point has to go The best four-legged athlete ever What the clich├ęs that come out of athletes' mouths really mean What it's like to be upstaged by a monkey And yes, how Duthie almost killed two Gretzkys on the same day. James Duthie has been writing columns about hockey, sport in general, and his own twisted view of the world for over a decade. This book is the first and only collection of some of his most popular and controversial columns, with several brand new, previously unpublished pieces. In The Day I (Almost) Killed Two Gretzkys, he brings his famous sense of humour, deep hockey knowledge, and his passion for sports of all kinds to fans and readers everywhere- no matter what team you cheer for. Often hilarious, sometimes insightful, occasionally touching and always passionate, Duthie's off-kilter view of sports and life shows how the spirit of sport unites us all.

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