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Ag Ero

Author : Daniel Frescó
ISBN : 1908695943
Genre : Soccer players
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Category: Soccer players

Aguero Goal King

Author : Manchester City
ISBN : 1910335967
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Sergio Aguero

Author : Tom Oldfield
ISBN : 1786062186
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After making his debut in the Argentine First Division at the age of 15, Aguero's sharp, intelligent play at Independiente and Atl�tico Madrid made it clear that he was a world-class player in the making. Since arriving at Manchester City in 2011, he has scored over 100 goals for the club and become a firm favorite at the Etihad Stadium and beyond. His last-gasp goal against QPR to win the League for City in 2012 was voted as one of the Premier League's greatest ever moments in a 2015 Sky Sports poll. The shirt he wears bearing his nickname 'Kun' is in the top 10 best-selling Premiership player kits, and the global popularity of Manchester City has made him one of the game's best-known players worldwide.

Aguero Ultimate Football Heroes Collect Them All

Author : Matt Oldfield
ISBN : 9781786068897
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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Meet Sergio Agüero, Ultimate Football Hero. . . 'Balotelli...Agüerooooo! I swear you'll never see anything like this ever again!' Agüerois the tale of the boy who would go on to re-write football history forever. His dramatic 94th minute goal on the final day of the 2011/12 season, to snatch the title from under rivals Manchester United's noses, was the most electric moment in Premier League history. This is how the small boy from Argentina became the biggest hero of all. Ultimate Football Heroes is a series of biographies telling the life-stories of the biggest and best footballers in the world and their incredible journeys from childhood fan to super-star professional player. Written in fast-paced, action-packed style these books are perfect for all the family to collect and share.
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

The Aguero Sisters

Author : Cristina García
ISBN : 0307803422
Genre : Fiction
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When Cristina García's first novel, Dreaming in Cuban, was published in 1992, The New York Times called the author "a magical new writer...completely original." The book was nominated for a National Book Award, and reviewers everywhere praised it for the richness of its prose, the vivid drama of the narrative, and the dazzling illumination it brought to bear on the intricacies of family life in general and the Cuban American family in particular. Now, with The Agüero Sisters, García gives us her widely anticipated new novel. Large, vibrant, resonant with image and emotion, it tells a mesmerizing story about the power of family myth to mask, transform, and, finally, reveal the truth. It is the story of Reina and Constancia Agüero, Cuban sisters who have been estranged for thirty years. Reina, forty-eight years old, living in Cuba in the early 1990s, was once a devoted daughter of la revolución; Constancia, an eager to assimilate naturalized American, smuggled herself off the island in 1962. Reina is tall, darkly beautiful, unmarried, and magnetically sexual, a master electrician who is known as Compañera Amazona among her countless male suitors, and who basks in the admiration she receives in her trade and in her bed. Constancia is petite, perfectly put together, pale skinned, an inspirationally successful yet modest cosmetics saleswoman, long resigned to her passionless marriage. Reina believes in only what she can grasp with her five senses; Constancia believes in miracles that "arrive every day from the succulent edge of disaster." Reina lives surrounded by their father's belongings, the tangible remains of her childhood; Constancia has inherited only a startling resemblance to their mother--the mysterious Blanca--which she wears like an unwanted mask. The sisters' stories are braided with the voice from the past of their father, Ignacio, a renowned naturalist whose chronicling of Cuba's dying species mirrored his own sad inability to prevent familial tragedy. It is in the memories of their parents--dead many years but still powerfully present--that the sisters' lives have remained inextricably bound. Tireless scientists, Ignacio and Blanca understood the perfect truth of the language of nature, but never learned to speak it in their own tongue. What they left their daughters--the picture of a dark and uncertain history sifted with half-truths and pure lies--is the burden and the gift the two women struggle with as they move unknowingly toward reunion. And during that movement, as their stories unfurl and intertwine with those of their children, their lovers and husbands, their parents, we see the expression and effect of the passions, humor, and desires that both define their differences and shape their fierce attachment to each other and to their discordant past. The Agüero Sisters is clear confirmation of Cristina García's standing in the front ranks of new American fiction. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Fiction


Author : Matt Oldfield
ISBN : 1786068079
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"Balotelli...AGÜEROOOOO! I swear you'll never see anything like this ever again!" Agüero is the tale of the boy who would go on to re-write football history forever. His dramatic 94th minute goal on the final day of the 2011/12 season, to snatch the title from under rivals Manchester United's noses, was the most electric moment in Premier League history. This is how the small boy from Argentina became the biggest hero of all.

Sergio Kun Aguero Born To Rise

Author : Sergio Kun Aguero
ISBN : 1910335118
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Sergio Aguero is one of the top strikers in world football, but his rise to superstardom hasn't always been smooth. Born into poverty, his life story is fascinating and a real story of talent, desire, and the guidance of good people helping him to overcome adversity.

Poems From The Rocky Mountains

Author : A. Albert Aguero
ISBN : 9781490852010
Genre : Poetry
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Poems from the Rocky Mountains is about situations people experience in their environment as they happen and at different times, using poetic language and imagery. This is not a run-of-the-mill-poetry book; neither will it make me famous. I was told that to be a famous poet, the poet has to be six feet under first, and at my age, I don’t want to be famous at all. The book is the result of training and experience as an immigrant, adopting the language, the way of life, and the way of thinking in my adopted country for the last sixty-eight years, never forgetting that English is my daily means of communication. In order to believe the above statement, you have to read my book. I bring the flow of my Indian/Hispanic heritage and sensitivity to the American poetic stream, which produces out of the two factors, the oneness that makes Poems from the Rocky Mountains a unique book. This is why most of the topics in it are as American as baseball and apple pie, but spiced with tropical flavor: goal achievement, the Rocky Mountain landscape, the Old West tradition, patriotism, geographical wonders, personal, family and social problems, abstract and humorous poetry, the tropical landscape, international, romantic, lyrical, child-appropriate, rhymed and metered styles and elegies.
Category: Poetry