Be A Good Sport

August 30, 2007

Have you taken a look at the new sports books we have in the Library? Whether you’re a fan of baseball, basketball, football, horse racing, golf or hockey, we’ve got a book you’ll enjoy…and these are just the new ones. “Is This A Great Game Or What?” by Tim Kurkjian, ESPN’s baseball commentator. “Can I Keep My Jersey?” by Paul Shirley, veteran of 11 professional basketball teams–including 6 NBA teams. “Quiet Strength” by Tony Dungy, former NFL player and coach of the Indianapolis Colts. “The Horse God Built” by Lawrence Scanlan–the extraordinary story of the bond between Secretariat, the world’s greatest racehorse, and his groom, Eddie Sweat. “Tales From Q School” by John Feinstein (author of A Good Walk Spoiled”) —stories from the PGA’s qualifying tournament where veterans and hopefuls alike, vie for a spot on the PGA Tour. “Go To The Net” by Al Strachan, who tells of the 8 goals that changed the game of hockey forever. Finally, “The Games Do Count” by Brian Kilmeade -a collection of anecdotes from America’s best and brightest on the power of sports.


One Response to “Be A Good Sport”

  1. Philip Yancey Says:

    Quiet Strength by Tony Dungy is a wonderful read.

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