Please recommend askDavid.com
   using these social sharing buttons:
David

Books:  

  

Book: Goalden Girl by Tracey Morait
Author Tracey Morait

if you read and liked the book:

Goalden Girl by Tracey Morait

...you might also like our reading suggestions below

An Unlikely Season - Destined, From Tykes to Titans, A Season Unbound by J.R. Wirth, Jim Joyce & Roy Rhino
What happens when you bring together a group of disgruntled high school senior football players, with a class of upstart juniors, and a group of coaches on their last attempt at greatness? It could be magic. These three stories are told from unique perspectives -- by the head coach, a returning All-League receiver, and an unlikely quarterback. In the fall of 1977 there was an aura about the night, the likes of which none had [...]
 
College Football Etiquette - A Primer for True Fans of the Game by Jerri Blair
This little book packs a lot in its pages, starting with the story of one football fan's path to true blue college football fandom, followed by a list of things necessary to preserve the storied traditions of today's college football scene, combined with a slice of the game day traditions of all of the Power Five Conference teams and their crazy fans. It's guaranteed to make you want to go out and immerse yourself in the game [...]
 
Red Card - The Soccer Star Who Lost It All To Gambling by Tony Kelly
A blossoming soccer career marred by mishaps which drove him to disaster. Ruined by an addiction to gambling, Tony Kelly lost his career, his partner and all his money. Now he has written his story to "invite the public, family and friends into my secret hell of racism, despair, depression, stardom, gambling addiction and self-destruction" Tony Kelly was football crazy from the age of seven. At sixteen Nyrere Anthony Kelly [...]
 
Stinky Till I Die! by RP Cowie
What would you do if an old friend's life turned out to be in mortal danger, while you were in the middle of tucking into your favourite brunch of boiled eggs with toasted soldiers buttered on both sides? (A mug of tea would be optional in this case). What if, at the same time, you were on the verge of becoming a minor celebrity in your home town, without having to resort to reality TV, charity work or mass murder? 'Stinky [...]
 
November Ever After - A Memoir of Tragedy and Triumph in the Wake of the 1970 Marshall Football Plane Crash by Craig T. Greenlee
The legacy of the players who perished in the 1970 Marshall football plane crash transcends wins and losses. Their tragic deaths squashed the likelihood of a bloody race riot on campus. Students at Marshall University had no idea that the horrific events on the night of November 14 would change their lives forever. The team's plane crashed into the side of a mountain and there were no survivors among the 75 passengers. Unless [...]
 
My Team Manchester United Wrapped Up In the Social History of Football by James & Barbara Kenyon
This book follows the local railway works football team Newton Heath FC from it's inception when they had poor grounds, boycotted the FA Cup, fought to enter the Football League. All this happened before their first brush with bankruptcy and finding a saviour in J.H. Davies who not only changed their name to Manchester United but built a magnificient stadium. His choice of manager was Ernest Mangnall who took the team to [...]
 
A Matter of Life and Death by Matt Carrell
In April 1981, ex-Liverpool manager Bill Shankly was interviewed by Shelley Rodhe on Granada TV. Alongside him in the studio was former Prime Minister Harold Wilson. Shankly told the audience, "Somebody said: 'Football's a matter of life and death to you.' I said, 'Listen it's more important than that.'" Coldharbour Town has climbed from the lower divisions of English football, finally reaching the Premier League under the [...]
 
Basketball and Football by George Thomas Clark
In a rousing trip through the worlds of Basketball and Football, George Thomas Clark explores the professional basketball league in Mexico, the Herculean talents of Wilt Chamberlain, the difficulties and humor of attempting to play basketball in middle age, and observes that coaching at Caltech can be more painful than studying all night for a physics exam. We also peer into the minds of legends LeBron James, Phil Jackson, [...]
 
The Pitcher by William Elliott Hazelgrove
A boy with a golden arm, but no money for lessons. A mother who wants to give her son his dream before she dies. A broken down World Series pitcher who cannot go on after the death of his wife. These are the elements of The Pitcher. A story of a man at the end of his dream and a boy whose dream is to make his high school baseball team. In the tradition of The Natural and The Field of Dreams, this is a mythic story about how a [...]
 
The Sports Story (The Sports Story I) by Anastasia Papadakis
The fairytale of "The Sports Story" is a pleasant adventurous way presents some of the most known and loved sports. It imparts the knowledge and the enthusiasm about sports as well as the sporting spirit. Hopefully motivates the kids to learn more or even better try a sport themselves. At the same time it deals with issues such as the environment, obesity, doping, violence,self- esteem - Many years ago the Birbilonies were [...]
 
Incomplete Passes - Reflections On Life, Love, And Football by Linda Lange
Linda Lange turned twelve in 1959, the year Vince Lombardi arrived in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and changed everything. To say that Linda embraced the future kings of football would be an understatement. Her new passion transformed the way she viewed her hometown, the world, and most important, herself. In Incomplete Passes, Linda reflects on her coming-of-age journey as she grows into womanhood, experiences an unusual mid-life [...]
 
Echoes from the Endzone - The Men We Became by Lisa Kelly
The Notre Dame Student-Athlete: Sports fans may have an idea of what it takes to play football at a Division I college: the training, the discipline, the pain, the motivation. But most of us have no idea what it takes to be a successful student-athlete at a top academic institution such as Notre Dame. Being a successful student-athlete at the University of Notre Dame requires more effort than working two full-time jobs: one [...]
 
Free Agent by Rennie Curran
Rennie Curran has spent the past 13 years of his life doing the very thing that he loves - playing the game of football. In 2010, Curran's childhood dream became a reality when he was drafted in the 3rd round of the NFL Draft after a spectacular career as an All-American linebacker at the University of Georgia. Everything seemed to be going according to plan; however, Curran would suddenly be thrust into a situation that [...]
 
The Cheesehead Devotional - Daily Meditations for Green Bay Packers, Their Fans, and NFL Football Fanatics by Judy DuCharme
The Cheesehead Devotional is a great adventure for those who may not pick up a Bible for guidance." ~ Sara White, wife of the late Reggie White Sometimes humorous and sometimes serious, Judy DuCharme shows us that walking with God is as fun as watching a Packer game. By combining the love of football with insights from the Bible, readers will find this NFL devotional fun, inspirational, and even life-changing. "I have always [...]
 
The Farewell Season by Ann Herrick
In The Farewell Season Eric learns to deal with death and grieving, to keep one's heart open even after a great loss and the journey this requires. Eric is 17 and the death of his father has left a huge void in his life. He tries to deal with that mainly by ignoring his grief and burying himself in football practices. Eric's refusal to truly face his grief results in unexpected feelings such as anger at his coach, increased [...]
 
George Best - A Celebration by Bernie Smith and Maureen Hunt
Biography of George Best. Using George Best memorabilia, tributes and memories from well known footballers and celebrities together with George Best and football fans Made up of individual stories around the memorabilia then pieced together chronologically to show George's life story Over 200 pictures Stories have a brief social history context too Foreword written by George's best friend and business partner, Malcolm Wagner [...]
 
Sum of all Numbers - Numerical work on breaching time and space by Eugene Williams
The Sum of all numbers is a magical journey through the history of numbers like never seen before explanations provided by the Ancient philosophers of their meaning to the structure of DNA. And the Qabbalistic world of esoteric thought. How you can breach time and space and pick a winning Football game and any other sporting event. To how a new form of Identification can be redesigned and much more the Potential for [...]
 
SPORTS MASSAGE - In Spa therapies framework by Malini Chaudhri
The author is a licensed sports massage practitioner and educator from US, and a consultant to UK qualifications in Asia. She has been a consultant worldwide since 1994, and has received International grants for her research. This is an essential manual based on global occupational standards to benefit skills of spa and sports professionals. This book is a technical study aid with ISTE seal of quality on Sports massage, [...]
 
Selah's Sweet Dream by Susan Count
Award Winning Juvenile Fiction The emotional detail makes Selah a genuine, young heroine. Twelve-year-old Selah's quest to be equestrian superstar is impossible without a horse. Then she spots buzzards circling in the grasslands behind Grandpa's farm. They're stalking a horse trapped in wire and Selah is its only hope. But the mare she rescues might be a bigger challenge to her dream than not having a horse at all. An old [...]
 
Tyler's Wise Old Tree by Liberty Dendron
Your children will enjoy reading about "Tyler's Wise Old Tree." They will enjoy the exciting often humorous lesions taught to Tyler about everyday life. They will remember the many lessons Mr. Tree teaches Tyler about life. Mr. Tree will tell Tyler how all living things in nature reproduce themselves. He'll tell Tyler about the ecosystem and why all animal may become food for another. Mr. Tree will tell Tyler how plants in [...]
 
Starstruck by Brenda Hiatt
The middle of nowhere just got a lot more interesting! Nerdy astronomy geek Marsha, M to her few friends, has never been anybody special. Orphaned as an infant and reluctantly raised by an overly-strict "aunt," she's not even sure who she is. M's dream of someday escaping tiny Jewel, Indiana and making her mark in the world seems impossibly distant until hot new quarterback Rigel inexplicably befriends her. As Rigel turns his [...]
 
A Pitch for Justice by Harold Kasselman
Have you ever watched a baseball game where tempers escalated and you feared that retaliation by one side could result in an incident with serious injury? What would happen if a player were critically injured in such a circumstance? What if the unthinkable occured and the player died? Is it just a tragic part of the game? Or could it actually be murder? Veteran prosecutor Jaime Brooks reluctantly agrees to investigate the [...]
 
Heat Seekers by James Clayton Rogers
Against the backdrop of an early-summer heat wave, Heat Seekers plays out the brutal logic of tragedy, with emotions following a predictable pattern to an unanticipated conclusion. The Old South has not vanished completely. New sensibilities and an antique code of honor meet in Ash Mason, who cannot reconcile himself to losing his girlfriend to a high school classmate and begins to act out his vengeful fantasies. Nor can the [...]
 
Latitudes - A Story of Coming Home by Anthony Caplan
A coming of age novel about a boy overcoming divorce and cultural dislocation. When Father and Mother, a highflying young American lawyer and his party-hard bride, fall prey to the self-destructive lure of alcohol and sexual liberation, Will and his sisters pay the price in divorce and kidnappings that take them back and forth between the rain forest hideaways of coastal Latin America and the placid suburbs of Long Island. [...]
 
Gabby and the Quads by Tina Frisco
When my niece had quadruplets, I was inspired to write a children's book. A child's moral compass develops early, and I wanted to write a book that was not only traditionally educational, but ethically educational as well. An example of this is what I share about pit bulls. Gabby's family includes two very sweet and gentle pit bulls, so I explain that this is their true nature and that they become mean only if they're abused. [...]
 

Books:  

  




Home | Contact | Legal Notice | Impressum Book Promotion | Do you like askDavid.com? | Boost Your Karma

As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.