Sports and Games

Knowledge of the interrelationship between the anatomy of the human body and the anatomy of the bow is fundamental in improving archery skill and technique. The detailed drawings and the clear, descriptive text in this book explain how the skeleton and muscles should be used to improve overall pe...

There’s one thing Nova Quentin knows for sure. She’s in love with her best friend. Okay, now here’s what she doesn’t know. How on earth to tell him how she feels. Asher’s already given her everything he can – including a hasty fake marriage to keep her free from her crazy parents. He deserves bet...

After the fans turn on their star dragon quarterback, Nico’s ready to live his life in isolation. An injury and stagnant healing powers send him in a downward spiral, leaving him determined to count his gold hoard for the rest of his days. Then Cass, a brilliant shifter therapist, offers to help....

One Last Strike by legendary baseball manager Tony La Russa is a thrilling sports comeback story. La Russa, the winner of four Manager of the Year awards—who led his teams to six Pennant wins and three World Series crowns—chronicles one of the most exciting end-of-season runs in baseball history,...

• The Collector’s Edition is hardcover and individually numbered, comes with a removable lenticular and four-color end sheets, and contains special Collector’s Edition-exclusive content: an interview with one of the members of the company behind the design of the games, Junichi Masuda of GAME FRE...

Explaining the legendary Vince Lombardi through the words of the men who knew him the best, this book describes Lombardi’s efforts and qualities that defined an era of football and captured the attention of the nation Former player Paul Hornung, one of Lombardi’s biggest challenges and brightest ...

An All-Pro line-up of writers including Red Smith, Frank Deford, Jimmy Breslin, George Plimpton, Richard Price, Charles Pierce, Michael Lewis, and Roy Blount Jr tackle our most popular pastime: Since football’s meteoric rise in the mid-twentieth century, the standout writers on the sport have gon...

Twenty-six and gay, Shane Polk isn’t having a good year. After blowing out his ankle during an Everglade Eagles football game, he does eight months of rehab in Pittsburgh. Now that rehabilitation is over, Shane returns home to Florida and comes to terms with the fact that he has to get back in th...

Bestselling author and Toronto Sun sportswriter Al Strachan is a fixture in the hockey world. For almost forty years, his hockey insight has been read and enjoyed by fans all across North America. With the respect and friendship of players and coaches from every generation, he often has the insid...

An insightful examination of modern cricket by a historic team made up of cricket-obsessed writers.

Cricket has perhaps held more writers in its thrall than any other sport: many excellent books have been written about it, and many great authors have played it.

The Authors Cricket C...

How to assess a great innings? How to measure it in relation to others? How to find, or attempt to find, the 100 greatest Test centuries? These were the questions confronting an intrepid band of researchers, digging into all manner of documents, books, newspapers and websites for information that...

Have you ever dreamed of elegantly gliding across the ice in front of thousands of breath fans? Here is the book to get you started. Learn all the important aspects of figure skating from the top coaching professionals. "Figure Skating: Sharpen Your Skills" helps the beginning skater with acquiri...

A Hail Mary play for the heart. Bridal gown designer, Julianne Marchione knows better than to lose her head at a client’s wedding. But, much to her embarrassment, a mix of migraine medication and a smoking hot football player lead to a steamy one night stand resulting in a surprise pregnancy. Jul...

Donald M. Fisher traces the evolution of lacrosse from the pre-colonial era to the founding in 2001 of a professional US outdoor league - Major League Lacrosse - told through the stories of the people behind each step in lacrosse's development: Canadian dentist George Beers, the father of the mod...

An ideal introduction to one of the world's most fascinating games, Stepping Stones to Go starts with basic rules and progresses to advanced moves and exemplary matches.

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"My arms and shoulders were on fire, and I was feeling lightheaded and numb.

Every time I broke over a wave, there was another one outside. I was way past my second wind and my third, but I kept paddling, mechanically, flat on my board under the glare of the sun, white spots now sparking i...

Covered by four networks, allowing every game to be televised, March Madness has become an American phenomenon as anticipated as the Super Bowl. This is the story of the tournament from its beginnings seventy-three years ago as just an eight-team bracket to today s sixty-eight-team format.

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This is the first book in the True Bliss series.

However, it can be read by itself (stand-alone). Michael Dwyer has it all. He's good-looking, tall, popular, and is one of the best football players his small Minnesota hometown has ever seen. He's being courted by the NFL draft out of colle...

Take the ball and run with it...or the baby... Dylan My career's taking off. Starting quarterback isn't a bad gig, and I've always felt freest on the field, with the exception of being with Lauren. It's not hard for me to pick up women. I have needs after all, but none of them ever compared to he...

On his old team, Tom Poulos was a star catcher. But his new team is different. For one thing, all the players are older and bigger than him. For another, no matter how hard he tries or how hard he practices, he can't catch the curve balls that the pitcher sends flying over the plate.

Tom f...