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Running The Race As A Winner, The First Thirty Days
These thirty daily devotions will help you as you run the race of life with endurance and joy toward the goal of becoming conformed to the image of the one who already ran and won.
Running Like A Girl
Funny and honest, this is the story of how an ordinary, curvy woman ended up running five marathons.
Alexandra Heminsley had high hopes: the arse of an athlete, the waist of a supermodel, the speed of a gazelle. Defeated by gyms and bored of yoga, she decided to run.
Her first attempt did not end well.
Six years later, she has run five marathons in two continents.
But, as her dad says, you run with your head as much as with your legs. So, while this is a book about running, it's not just about running.
You could say it's about ambition (yes, getting out of bed on a rainy Sunday morning counts), relationships (including talking to the intimidating staff in the trainer shop), as well as your body (your boobs don't have to wobble when you run). But it's also about realising that you can do more than you ever thought possible.
Very funny, very honest and very emotional, whether you're in serious training or thinking about running for the bus, this is a book for anyone who after wine and crisps for supper a few too many times thinks they might . . . just might . . . like to run like a girl.
About the Author
Alexandra Heminsley is a journalist, broadcaster and ghostwriter. She lives in Brighton.
The Secret Path To Running A Middle Grade Book Club With Ned The Ninja
Kea Alwang and Melissa Mertz, the authors of the middle grade series, The Secret Path of Ned the Ninja, give you tips for creating a book club with your child and his friends. The guide includes thoughts on what to consider when planning your club, suggested activities for fun meetings, and loads of discussion questions to get everyone thinking. This guide also serves teachers and librarians intent on teaching good character and anti-HIB behaviors. Through questions that encourage the analyzation of Ned's thoughts and actions, readers have the opportunity to empathize with Ned and reflect upon their own thoughts and actions.
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