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  • Child's Playby Silken Laumann

    Random House of Canada 2010; US$ 15.95

    From one of Canada?s most inspiring and gifted sports heroes, an urgently needed guide to getting our kids active and healthy. Like many of us, Silken Laumann?s fondest childhood memories are of play: staying outside until that final call for dinner, neighbourhood-wide games of Capture-the-Flag and road hockey that went on for hours. But as a parent,... more...

  • Unsinkableby Silken Laumann

    HarperCollins Canada 2014; US$ 23.99

    In May 1992, just ten weeks before the Olympic Games, Silken Laumann was injured in a brutal rowing accident that left her right leg shattered and useless. The reigning world champion in single sculls rowing, Silken was told by doctors she might never row again. Twenty-seven days, five operations and countless hours of gruelling rehabilitation later,... more...

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