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Getting Your Shot

Author : National Geographic Society (U.S.)
ISBN : 9781426215346
Genre : PHOTOGRAPHY
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In this inspirational how-to photography book, the photo experts ataNational Geographic share their invaluable tips, advice and insights alongside more than 200 breathtaking photos--from glorious landscapes to intimate moments, from black-and-white to exuberant color, from the exotic to the homespun. These stunning and evocative photos, drawn from National Geographic's thriving online photography community "Your Shot,o provide inspiration for photographers of all skill levels.aThis book reveals inside stories on how the featured photographers were able to get these incredible shots, and is filled with encouragement and inspiration for the artist and dreamer inside all of us.
Category: PHOTOGRAPHY

Taking His Shot

Author : Susan Scott Shelley
ISBN : 9781386117780
Genre : Fiction
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This season is the season for the Buffalo Bedlam to win the Cup. All the pieces are in place. Getting sidelined by multiple concussions wasn't part of Dylan Fraser's plan. Yet, the team captain is starting off the playoffs on the injured list and hating every minute of it. He knows the detrimental effects concussions can have on the brain but if this is his last shot at earning his place on the most hallowed trophy in hockey — like his dad and his brother — he'll do whatever it takes to get back in the game.​ Assistant athletic trainer Blair Proch knows all too well how concussions sustained during a player's career can still affect them decades later. Her own father is living proof. After months of her and Dylan dancing around, their friendship has finally become more, but she won't allow anything to detract from making sure the stubborn hockey player is taking care of his health. She'll take on the league, the team, even Dylan himself to keep him safe.​ When Dylan returns to the ice, Blair faces her worst fears with every hit he receives or dishes out. Dylan is falling hard for Blair, but with the Cup so close, he can't turn his back on his dream, despite his concerns about his health and his future. Can love survive with these friends-to-lovers facing off on opposite sides?
Category: Fiction

The Low Dose Immunotherapy Handbook

Author : Nicolette M. Dumke
ISBN : 1887624074
Genre : Cooking
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The Low Dose Immunotherapy Handbook: Recipes and Lifestyle Tips for Patients on LDA and EPD Treatment gives 90 recipes for patients on low dose immunotherapy treatment for their food allergies. These recipes are for the basic shot time (EPD) diet and the very mixed diet, and include baked goods, main dishes, and side dishes as well as allowable snacks, desserts and treats that make these diets more livable. It also includes organizational information to help you get ready for your shots and sources of special foods and products that low dose immunotherapy patients need.
Category: Cooking

Tennis Science For Tennis Players

Author : Howard Brody
ISBN : 0812201469
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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How does your opponent put that tricky spin on the ball? Why are some serves easier to return than others? The mysteries behind the winning strokes, equipment, and surfaces of the game of tennis are accessibly explained by Howard Brody through the laws of physics. And he gives practical pointers to ways players can use this understanding to advantage in the game. Through extensive laboratory testing and computer modeling, Brody has investigated the physics behind the shape of the tennis racket, the string pattern, the bounce of the tennis ball, the ways a particular court surface can determine the speed of the game, and the many other physical factors involved in tennis.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Good Shot

Author : Steven Mulak
ISBN : 9781461751083
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"If you are a bird hunter looking to improve your marksmanship, welcome to the skeet field!" Mulak explains how the sport of skeet can help you hunt those unpredictable birds. Illustrations and photographs clearly show the right way--and the wrong way--to shoot skeet and improve your score. Mulak's information takes you from the skeet range to the hunt, with a new set of tools at your fingertips. What makes someone a good shot? Author Steven Mulak has given this question a lot of thought, and his book analyzes problems faced by shooters everywhere. A good shot doesn't miss the same shot twice because he figures out why he missed it and what he must do to correct his mistake. Shooting a shotgun well takes skill, and this book will help you improve your technique. What to look for in a field shotgun How to improve technique and how to recognize and change bad habits How to use skeet to improve your hunting plus clay target games
Category: Sports & Recreation

Puffy Squiggy And The Chance Of A Flu Shot

Author : Mandy Mickem
ISBN : 9781617396700
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Puffy and Squiggy, Chance's supportive yet silly imaginary friends, follow him everywhere. And when Chance faces a flu shot, he needs them more than ever. Mandy Mickem's educational and playful story, Puffy, Squiggy, and the Chance of a Flu Shot, is the perfect tool for kids to prepare for their yearly flu shot.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Intrinsic Golf It S Within You

Author : Bill Denehy
ISBN : 9781412000086
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Intrinsic Golf - It's Within You: How to Play Better Golf When You Don't Have Time to Practice or Take Lessons will help all golfers, beginners as well as seasoned players, discover that it's easier to find their own swing and play by feel than it is to learn and play with someone else's methods and mechanics. Former Major LEague Pitcher and professional/college coach Bill Denehy was taught the underlying theory behind the basic swing exercises described and demonstrated in Intrinsic Golf by Baseball Hall of Famer Ted Williams. These exercises provide a simple method for golfers to find or rediscover the rhythmic, flowing swing motion that's within them. By using their own intrinsic swing, instead of today's modern mechanical hitting motion, golfers will come to realize that improvements in both distance and accuracy are derived from consistency, tempo and speed - not power. And since swinging the club is physically less taxing than hitting at the ball, golfers will discover that their new, relaxed swing will result in improved ball striking and lower scores - even when they don't have time to practice or take lessons. Throughout the book, Bill utilizes various facts and notable quotes to validate his theory, including the following excerpt from a recent Golf Digest article by NBC Golf Analyst Johnny Miller: "We're living in an age of power in which distance is king. Young players are taught to just murder the ball, and their swings have become incredibly fast and violent. This is fine for world-class players with superb hand-eye coordination, but for the average golfer it often spells trouble since accuracy is every bit as important as distance. Something has been lost - a thing called "grace." The rhythmic, flowing type of swing that golfers used to envy and try to emulate has fallen by the wayside. It's too bad because the majority of golfers would play better if they practiced with a languid, flowing swing in mind. They would hit the ball more solidly, have better timing, and be more consistent." We could not have stated the case for reading Intrinsic Golf any better. Learn how to find your own rhythmic swing in just two minutes a day. Intrinsic Golf -It's Within You! For more information, please visit www.intrinsicgolf.com The Golf Channel will be airing a segment of Golf Academy Live featuring author Bill Denehy and the concepts behind Intrinsic Golf. Monday, November 7th, 2005 at 7:30 pm eastern time.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Brownwater Iii

Author : Samuel C. Crawford
ISBN : 9781465327253
Genre : Fiction
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The story continues for Seaman Charles Edwards following the cliffhanger in BrownWater II. Only now, his humorous and comical travel adventures find him struggling in his major undertaking to get home, back to the states, and to do this without his mentor and traveling cohort, Petty Officer Dan. Even with combat maturity, Charles is still just a very young nineteen-year-old city boy from Baltimore Maryland. For Vietnam veterans, this story will bring back precious memories that will make they say, Yeah, I remember doing stuff like that. That part of the war was fun. For those who never served in the military will find this an enjoyable eye-opener to military life.
Category: Fiction

Getting Your Book Published For Dummies

Author : Sarah Parsons Zackheim
ISBN : 9781118053621
Genre : Education
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There’s never been a better time to be an author. Books like the Harry Potter series create a media phenomenon, with people lining up and camping outside bookstores to purchase newly released titles. Yet book sales overall – not just those of mega-sellers – are on the rise, as more and more people seek knowledge and entertainment through reading. The Library of Congress currently registers about 60,000 new titles for copyright each year. 60,000 books by 60,000 authors. Imagine yourself as one. Getting Your Book Published For Dummies is your complete guide to realizing whatever gem of an idea you’ve been carrying with you. If you’ve ever thought, “this would make a really good book,” be it the next great American novel or a guide to naming babies, here’s your chance to put pen to paper and find out! Written from both sides of the editor’s desk – by a widely published writer and a HarperCollins veteran publisher – this guide puts in your hand the advice you need to: Pick an idea Approach the publisher Craft proposals and queries Work with agents, or act as your own Self-publish Negotiate a contract Create the actual book Sell your published book Full of examples, proposals, query letters, and war stories drawn from the authors’ extensive experience, Getting Your Book Published For Dummies shows you how to clear all the hurdles faced by today’s writers – freeing up precious time for you to refine your manuscript. You’ll get the inside scoop on: Titling your book Major publishers, smaller houses, niche publishers, university presses, and spiritual and religious publishers The 12 elements of a successful nonfiction proposal How editors read queries Submitting fiction Publishing outside the box And much more Getting Your Book Published For Dummies is the clear, A-Z handbook that makes the entire process plain and practicable. You don’t need to be a celebrity. You don’t need to be some kind of publishing insider. All you need to do is write.
Category: Education

Boys Life

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Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.
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