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- Dundurn 2017; US$ 8.99
A hilarious and strangely insightful meditation on the futility of Leafs fandom ? a self-help book for recovering Toronto hockey fans wherever they may live. Longtime Leafs fan and ?de-motivational guru? Christopher Gudgeon sets out to help fellow addicts as they stick with their struggling team through thin and thinner. more...
- Thomas Nelson 2013; US$ 10.39
Baseball, Boys, and Bad Words reveals the hilarity and magic of Little League baseball. Often called ?the funniest tale ever told,? this story will have you laughing until you cry, while warming your soul, reminding you of childhood and a simpler time. more...
- Andrews McMeel 2014; US$ 9.99
This is not just a book about running. It's a book about cupcakes. It's a book about suffering. It's a book about gluttony, vanity, bliss, electrical storms, ranch dressing, and Godzilla. It's a book about all the terrible and wonderful reasons we wake up each day and propel our bodies through rain, shine, heaven, and hell. From #1 New York Times... more...
- G2 Rights Ltd 2016; US$ 8.99
The only simple thing about golf, says Chris Plumridge, is that it's relatively easy to spell. For the past 25 years he has been chronicling the quirks, foibles and human frailties which complicate this most fascinating and frustrating of games in a style that has won him a host of admirers. more...
- Duo Press 2017; US$ 9.95
A book about the love/hate relationship golfers have with their sport. more...
- St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 6.79
Rich Eisen always wanted to write a book, not only because he has a lot of fun, interesting stories he's been dying to share with everyone, but also because he's interviewed hundreds of athletes--many of whom like to refer to themselves in the third person. In his eleven years as a national television sportscaster, Rich Eisen has been envious of those... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2012; US$ 12.74
In the ranks of NCAA college basketball, Duke University is like something scraped off the bottom of a shoe. It's like a nasty virus you catch from a door handle at a public toilet. No team in sports is as uniquely hated as those smug, entitled, floor-slapping, fist-pumping, insufferable Blue Devils. The loathing has almost reached the level of a... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 6.79
The greatest collection of hockey-related poetry this or any house has ever published, and a watershed moment in American letters. Hockey haiku is the most rarefied of the haiku genres, and it represents the perfect union of graceful brutality, ordered chaos, and the blood that courses through our veins...and onto the ice. Hockey Haiku: The... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2017; US$ 6.79
Multi-time W . . . W . . . E! (WWE) TAG! TEAM! CHAMPIONS! The New Day want you to feel the power!! And now you can with The Book of Booty: Shake It. Love It. Never Be It . From the purveyors of positivity themselves, each chapter of this handy guide will help you embrace the New Day way of life. Even if you?re feeling booty?and who (who?! who?! who?!... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2008; US$ 15.95
Originally drawn to the game by his father, Carl Hiaasen wisely quit golfing in 1973. But some ambitions refuse to die, and as the years?and memories of shanked 7-irons faded, it dawned on Carl that there might be one thing in life he could do better in middle age than he could as a youth. So gradually he ventured back to the dreaded driving range,... more...