Mad About Basketball
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March Madness has begun!
When youíre not watching the game, you might try some of these great titles.
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The Runner's Guide to the Meaning of Life: What 35 Years of Running Have Taught Me About Winning, Losing, Happiness, Humility, and the Human Heart by Amby Burfoot
submitted by Tommy
When I picked this up to read I didnít notice the sub-title, but as it turns out I too have been running 35 years (with some interruptions because of injury or life.) For the most part Iím not into motivational books, but since Amby Burfoot seems like a
Experience the Realm of Downton Abbey Through the Library
submitted by Rob
Considering the ever-growing popularity that the television drama Downton Abbey has enjoyed over its three seasons, it would seem appropriate to provide readers with a list of books that would potentially appeal to those who are enamored with the story
Want to Go Private? by Sarah Littman
submitted by Damera
Teenagers today breath, sleep, and eat technology. They are either texting, chatting on Facebook, or sending tweets with Twitter. This is how Abby Johnston and her best friend, Faith, meet Luke. They are chatting with each other on a new teen website c
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