Free sports Kindle books for 03 Dec 13

Feathered Tales From My Garden

by Audrey Tara Moore

Birds have their habits and their quirks–little things about them many people don’t know unless they watched these birds closely. For instance, my Robin was nesting in the chokecherry tree in front of my house, when one day she flew by my den window. As I moved toward her, she flew away. Ah, I thought, she has a message. I looked out back, nothing unusual there, but at the front of the house, a neighbor’s cat was sniffing on the ground not far from the nest. My “job” was to chase the cat, so I did.

6 Weeks to Winning Weekend Golf

by John F. Purner

Mark Twain commented on golf by saying, “it is a good walk spoiled”. He was frustrated by the game. Certainly there are days when “it is a good walk spoiled”, thankfully there are moments when it is “a good life made better”.

This book is about the techniques that will make your walk better. How to putt, how to aim, and how to think about each round of golf. Playing the game better will help you enjoy it more. The most valuable winning techniques that I have been passing along for more than a quarter century are in this book this book. Apply them and you will be a happier golfer.

Take the Double Bogey Challenge. Apply the lessons of Big Hole Putting. Follow the advice in the Practice Sessions. In 6 short weeks you will be a winning weekend golfer.

Bill Veeck’s Crosstown Classic (Chicago Shorts)

by Bill Veeck

Baseball Hall of Famer Bill Veeck (1914-86) was an inspired team builder, a consummate showman, and one of the greatest baseball men ever involved in the game. Bill Veeck’s Crosstown Classic, drawn from his uproarious autobiography (cowritten with the talented sportswriter Ed Linn), is an unforgettable trip packed with anecdotes and insight about the history of baseball and tales of players and ownersâ??some of the most entertaining stories in all of sports literature. Veeck’s own love for the game began when his father was manager and then President of the Chicago Cubs; upon his father’s death in 1930, Veeck was hired as an office boy for eighteen dollars a week. Here, Veeck recollects those halcyon days and how they underscored his development as a wily franchise owner, leading up to quite a rumpus, many years later, during his purchase of the White Sox from the “Battling Comiskeys.”

Boatingdreams 7 (Boating Dreams)

by Trevor Martin


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