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Throw Like A Girl

Author : Jennie Finch
ISBN : 9781617495540
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The evidence is overwhelming: sports help girls grow into strong women. Both scientific studies and anecdotal evidence confirm that athletic girls not only grow up to be healthier; they learn teamwork, gain inner confidence, and grow into society's leaders. Sports help preteen and teenage girls make the right choices in a society that is sending them incredibly mixed messages about who they are supposed to be. Yet no one is speaking directly to these girls. Jennie fills the role of girlfriend, big sister, team captain, and mentor. A smart, credible, and accomplished voice from an athlete who is strong and feminine, fiercely competitive, and fashionably cool, Jennie is someone young women will listen to and take to heart. Jennie's message: Believe in yourself. Go for it, girls.

Throw Like A Girl

Author : Jennie Finch
ISBN : 1600785603
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Throw Like a Girl inspires, motivates, and answers questions on issues that are specific to being a female athlete. Finch's book addresses the entire life of today's girl--not just fitness or physical preparation, but how to integrate the lessons of sports into life.

You Throw Like A Girl

Author : Rachele Alpine
ISBN : 9781481459860
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Miss Congeniality meets She’s the Man in this hilarious M!X novel about a girl torn between competing in a beauty pageant and playing on the boy’s baseball team. Gabby’s summer vacation isn’t shaping up to be that great. Her dad was just deployed overseas, and Gabby is staying at her grandmother’s house with her mom and baby sister until he returns. The one bright spot is that Gaby plans to sign up for the local softball league—her greatest love and a passion she shares with her Dad who was a pitcher in college. But when Gabby goes to sign up for the summer league, she discovers that there wasn’t enough interest to justify a girl’s team this year. And to top it off, a horrible miscommunication ends with Gabby signed up to participate in the Miss Popcorn Festival—the annual pageant that Gabby’s mom dominated when she was younger. Besides not having any interest in the pageant life, Gabby made a promise to her dad that she would play softball for the summer. Since her pitching skills rival any boy her age, Gabby creates a master plan: disguise herself as a boy and sign up for the boy’s baseball team instead—and try to win the pageant to make Mom happy. Can Gabby juggle perfecting her pageant walk and perfecting her fastball? Or will this plan strike out?

Vilonia Beebe Takes Charge

Author : Kristin L. Gray
ISBN : 9781481458443
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Vilonia is determined to prove she’s responsible enough to care for a dog in this hilarious and utterly lovable debut novel. Being responsible is NOT easy. Fourth grader Vilonia hasn’t lost her rain coat in the three weeks she’s had it and she’s brushed her teeth every night and she’s volunteered to be the Friday Library Helper. But all that hard work is worth it if it means she can get a dog. Besides, this dog isn’t just because Vilonia has wanted one for pretty much ever. It’s also to help Mama, who’s been lost in one, big sadness fog for forty-three days—ever since Nana died. But Vilonia read that pets can help with sadness. Now all she has to do is keep the library goldfish alive over spring break, stop bringing stray animals home, and help Mama not get fired from her job. And she’s got to do all of it before the Catfish Festival. Easy as pie, right? Tremendous voice, humor, and heart make this debut novel utterly lovable.

Finished It

Author : Cassie Reilly-Boccia
ISBN : 9781491748428
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Finished It unlocks the Alabama Softball story in a transparent and powerful way. Her stories are woven together creating the sensation you are living and learning what makes Alabama Softball special. This book shares how Coach Patrick Murphy, Coach Aly Habetz and staff have cornered the market on RELEVANT leadership. Unwavering values that withstand the test of time in an ever changing society. Her book pulls back the curtain on one of NCAA Softball’s greatest collegiate programs. Sue Enquist Former UCLA Softball Coach-27 yrs. 11-Time National Champion 5-Time Hall of Fame “Been around this amazing game for awhile, and few have ever taken us inside the true emotion, process, preparation and understanding of what it takes to win on the biggest stage. Cassie does this so uniquely, you will find yourself applying to your own life the creative ways this special group was able to succeed both as an underdog in THE championship moment and as a difference maker in life.” Jessica Mendoza ESPN Analyst and Reporter, Olympic Silver and Gold Medalist Finished It shows us there is more to winning a national championship than meets the eye the day that trophy is hoisted. Discovering the details of raw emotion and effort that goes into winning a national championship is nothing short of motivational. You can see the Alabama Softball program has developed a formula for not only winning games, but the effort it takes to develop a healthy, inspiring lockerroom from day one of a season. Any athlete, any person would be able to relate to the dedication, creativity, passion and belief in each other this team had from the get-go of their magical season. Amanda Scarborough 2-Time All-American ESPN College Softball Analyst “Although little can prepare you for adversity, this book will show you that when you have twenty hearts beating as one, nothing can stop you.” Jaclyn Traina 4-Time All-American Team USA Softball Member

The Softball Pitching Edge

Author : Cheri Kempf
ISBN : 0736038256
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"Author Cheri Kempf has helped train thousands of pitchers as the owner and pitching instructor at Club K, the largest indoor training facility for fastpitch softball players in the country. In The Softball Pitching Edge Kempf offers pitchers and their coaches the best technical advice and drills to take their pitching to a higher performance level. Use her book and get an edge on every hitter and batting lineup you face."--Jacket.

More Than A Game

Author : Kyleigh Villarreal
ISBN : 0692664246
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It doesn't matter how old you are, what challenges you are facing or what sports you play...if you are someone with a dream, this book will give you the tools to make your dream a reality. If you are looking for steps to become a leader on your sports team, build confidence in yourself or be successful in life then this book is for you. Kyleigh shares from her heart real life struggles of a 12 year old girl, who just wants to be the best athlete and leader she can be. Within these pages she will take the reader by the hand and walk them through step by step how to make important choices on and off the playing field.

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