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Run To The Roar

Author : Paul Assaiante
ISBN : 9781101445372
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The winningest coach in NCAA history shares his lessons on building and coaching teams of champions. For 202 consecutive dual matches over the past eleven years, the Trinity men's squash team has gone unbeaten. No other team in any collegiate sport has achieved the same sustained level of greatness. Run to the Roar is the story of a coach who succeeds in recruiting young men from around the world, getting them to work as a team, managing personalities, calming egos, and encouraging daily effort and focus under pressure. The book's framework is the finals of the 2009 national intercollegiate team championships. As Trinity scrapes out a 5-4 victory over Princeton, Assaiante imparts the insights and experiences that have made him a master coach. In stark contrast to his Trinity dynasty, Assaiante also openly discusses the deep emotional turmoil he faces as the parent of a heroin addict. Run to the Roar is not just a book about squash; it is an invaluable and unique reflection on mentoring, leadership, and parenting from one of the most innovative and successful coaches in collegiate athletics.
Category: Sports & Recreation

How To Roar

Author : Robin Jean Brown
ISBN : 9781411656536
Genre : Pets
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Robin Jean Brown understands firsthand the deep bond that can develop between person and animal. She's not some cold psychologist, but rather a pet owner herself who dealt with her own painful journey through the grieving process. She found that there wasn't a lot of help for her. Other books are either too cold and clinical...or they're too sad, and just make you cry harder. And none of them had workbook-style questions to guide her through her journey. So Robin wrote the guide herself -- to deal with your grief, effectively and step by step. She is personal, empathetic, and comforting -- yet at the same time she'll help you move through your grief.
Category: Pets

Run To The Roar

Author : Joe Hurston
ISBN : 9781591859055
Genre : Religion
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Veteran missionary pilot Joe Hurston uses a lion's characteristics to teach life changing spiritual principles while demonstrating the leadership principles of perseverance and confidence in the face of difficulty to fulfill God's plan for your life.
Category: Religion

Holy Roar

Author : Chris Tomlin
ISBN : 9781400212279
Genre : Religion
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What does it mean to praise God? In the ancient world, something extraordinary happened when God's people gathered to worship Him. It was more than just singing; it was a declaration, a proclamation, a time to fully embody praise to God for who He is and what he has done. In fact, in the Psalms, seven Hebrew words are translated into the English word praise, each of which represents a different aspect of what it means to truly praise God. In Holy Roar, Chris Tomlin and Darren Whitehead share a fresh perspective from the worship practices of the ancient world. Grow in your understanding of praise as Darren offers unique insights. Be inspired as Chris shares how those insights take shape in the stories behind some of your favorite worship songs, including "How Great Is Our God," "We Fall Down," and "Good Good Father." Whether for your own personal use or for use in your church small group, Holy Roar provides insight and encouragement to deepen your practice of praise. Become a part of the Holy Roar.
Category: Religion

Roar

Author : Tim Marshall
ISBN : 9780615141084
Genre : Fiction
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Thomas Little can't sleep. After becoming pseudo-famous for sneaking into the White House, the unemployed, former mental health "Assessment Specialist", through a series of random coincidences, ends up the reluctant leader of the fastest growing, most highly marketed and most profitable religion on earth. Tom has some big decisions to make and spends the night assessing his situation, sorting his options and sharing his story.Often humorous, at times irreverent, ROAR tells a tale that spins along at a Vonnegut-like pace and is filled with as many "strange pockets of oddness and coincidence" as the universe that is the foundation of "R.O.A.R. - the Religion of Absolute Randomness".
Category: Fiction

Roar

Author : Sue Ashburton
ISBN : 9781449065836
Genre : Poetry
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Category: Poetry

Run To The Roar

Author : Randy Forbes
ISBN : 9781600376047
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book was designed as a motivational tool to inspire individuals to take a proactive stance in their lives, attacking fears in a positive manor in order to achieve the maximum life has to offer them.
Category: Business & Economics

Restore The Roar

Author : Pat Schatzline
ISBN : 9781629996561
Genre : Religion
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Fear is a distraction, not the destination. Pat and Karen Schatzline came face to face with fear. They had to battle not only for Karen’s health but also for the peace of their home. But in the midst of their pain Karen heard God ask her a question: Do you trust Me? The Schatzlines were fearful. Yet through their journey the Lord taught them how to be courageous in spite of the fear. The enemy wants to overwhelm us with fear and keep us from trusting in the Lord. Restore the Roar is a supernatural handbook that will help you do the following: Defeat the lies of the enemy Put your faith in God Be courageous If you battle anxiety or insecurity—if you fear failure, the unknown, or what God has for you—God has a recipe to set you free and lead you into a place of freedom, destiny, and purpose. Learn to live out the psalmist’s words, “In the day when I am afraid, I will trust in You” (Ps. 56:3). This book will help you expose and confront fear so that you can be courageous in your walk with God. OTHER TITLES BY PAT AND KAREN SCHATZLINE: Rebuilding the Altar (2017) ISBN-13: 978-1629991467 Dehydrated (2015) ISBN-13: 978-1629986203 I Am Remnant (2014) ISBN-13: 978-1621365761 Unqualified (2015) ISBN-13: 978-1629986128
Category: Religion

Roar

Author : Heather Kopp
ISBN : 9780307563125
Genre : Religion
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Can You Tell Me How to Get to Narnia? You don’t actually have to journey all the way to Narnia to find everything you need to know in one spot (though you might want to anyway)! Roar! A Christian Family Guide to the Chronicles of Narnia is a beautiful volume that unveils a fun-filled world based on intriguing Bible insights for every Narniac! There’s something for everyone—from elementary aged children to their parents. Packed with fun activities, a “Narniac’s Creed,” tips on speaking like a British schoolboy, games, trivia, and more, it’s built on solid teaching: chapter by chapter discussion guides, conversation starters for parents and kids, and Bible parallels that will surprise even the most studious Christian. Now you can get the most out of Narnia—even if you don’t own a wardrobe! “Tell me more about Narnia!” Fans ages four to ninety-four just can’t get enough of C. S. Lewis’s timeless classic, The Chronicles of Narnia. That’s why Roar! takes your family on a one-of-a-kind adventure through every chapter in all seven books!* Peek inside to find: • Interactive features like “Wisdom for Narniacs,” “Kid Test,” “Let’s Talk About It,” “Grown-up Thoughts,” and “Try This at Home” • Helps for parents on big subjects including mythology, magic, violence, and life after death • Fun articles from “Oh, I Wish I Were a Dufflepud!” to “Creature Hall of Fame & Shame” • Indexes of creatures, characters, places, and Bible parallels • A glossary of difficult words • A memorable celebration of the Lord behind the Lion Story Behind the Book C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia have long captivated the hearts, souls, and imaginations of both youth and adults. This December, with the release of Disney’s The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, a craze among Christians and nonChristians is sure to erupt! Fans will be on the prowl for solid teaching to better understand this make-believe world that holds timeless gems of biblical insight. Now parents, kids, college students, and older Narniacs everywhere will find the answers they need in one convenient source. It’s unapologetically Christian, because that’s how C.S. Lewis was. And, true to form, not a tad of adventurous dust is left behind when readers embark on this exciting journey!
Category: Religion

The Roar

Author : Carl Sommer
ISBN : 9781575372716
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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After being attacked by a large rhino, Sangu, a fun-loving lion cub, gets lost. Some gazelles befriend him and teach him their ways. Sangu is a total misfit. Finally he discovers his true identity.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Silence And The Roar

Author : Nihad Sirees
ISBN : 9781908968067
Genre : Fiction
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With The Silence and the Roar, Nihad Sirees writes a powerful, life-affirming and Kafkaesque novel about a censored writer trying to live a normal life under a Middle Eastern dictatorship, Syria. Fathi, a writer no longer permitted to write, makes his way through a city churned by parades for an unnamed dictator. It is a day stifled by heat and the noise of the chants, a day of people trampled, and of the brutality and bullying of the party faithful. But Fathi presses treacherously against the crowd, attempting just to visit his mother and his girlfriend. The Silence and the Roar (Al Samt wa Al Sakhab) is a personal, urgent, funny and aggrieved novel. It asks what it means to have a conscience, or to laugh, or to endure in a time of the violence, strangeness and roar of tyranny. It is both a true literary achievement and an act of real courage by a brilliant Syrian writer. Nihad Sirees' The Silence and the Roar (Al Samt wa Al Sakhab) is translated from the Arabic by Max Weiss and published by Pushkin Press
Category: Fiction

The Musick Of The Mocking Birds The Roar Of The Cannon

Author : William Winters
ISBN : 0803247737
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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William Winters was unlike most of the young soldiers who answered the Union?s appeal for men in 1861 and 1862. He was different from many of his comrades in age and point of view, and his war service was also out of the ordinary. The last great surge of popular voluntary enlistment swept up Winters, a thirty-two-year-old saddle and harness maker and father of three from Indiana. Like so many others in the Civil War, Winters was a prolific correspondent, and through his letters we have a record of some lesser-known campaigns. Winters served in the siege of Vicksburg and in the Red River Campaign, frequently as a nurse, a role that emphasized for him the darker side of the war. These letters and journal entries show a sensitive man who reflects upon both the loveliness of the southern locales in which he found himself and the hideousness of war.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Ripped And Roar

Author : Viola Grace
ISBN : 9781554879502
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 80.31 MB
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Cila Wen has lived her life unable to speak for fear destroying those around her. The Sector Guard has offered her a position and assistance in controlling her talent, but Cila is not sure if that is even possible. Ripper, her soon-to-be partner, is convinced otherwise and does everything in his power to help her out of her shell and into his bed.
Category: Fiction

Roar

Author : Matteo Pistono
ISBN : 9781623173326
Genre : Buddhists
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Siviraksa, who founded the International Network of Engaged Buddhists, spent the the latter portion of 2017 under arrest and charged with l se majeste (insulting the king) in Thailand. His story is of particular relevance to today's United States. Sivaraksa's life exemplifies what 21st century leaders and activists need -- mindfulness, skillful means, and a fiercely kind heart. Roar weaves together Sulak Sivaraksa's struggle for social justice together with his spiritual life and his own equally challenging inner battles. For his activism, writings, and firebrand speeches, Sivaraksa has been exiled from Thailand twice, jailed and harassed, and repeatedly prosecuted for defaming the Thai monarchy. Still, no authority has been able to silence his roar. Roar is the biography of this renowned Thai Buddhist activist, critic, and indomitable defender of the disenfranchised. Pistono's deft prose weaves together the story of Siviraksa's over fifty years of social-justice work and the leader's struggles with his spiritual life, inner demons, and work to balance meditation and family life with his tireless campaigns to affect change. Over forty vintage and historical black-and-white photos illustrate both Sulak's life and a turbulent period in Thailand's history. As a remarkable figure in the Asian Buddhist world, Siviraksa has given us a blueprint for peaceful, nonviolent social activism in the 21st century.
Category: Buddhists

African Roar

Author : Emmanuel Siguake
ISBN : 9780620474634
Genre : Fiction
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African Roar is a fiction anthology initially drawn from the very best stories published from 2007-2009, in the StoryTime weekly literary ezine dedicated to publishing African writers. Between these covers you will find eleven stories that stand as a testament to the upsurge of talented African writers boldly utilising the cutting edge of technology and the writing craft to be read globally. Spanning Africa and the African Diaspora in past, present and future, each story has a fresh and diverse vision that opens up new vistas of experience. From the lucid terrors of domestic violence through the eyes of a child, and the anguish of those left behind by a fleeing Diaspora, to a full circle, when the prey becomes the hunter and has the opportunity for revenge, and a dryly humourous look at what it's like to lose a quarter of your brain, to name just a few of the treasures that lie within. Edited by Emmanuel Sigauke & Ivor W. Hartmann.
Category: Fiction

Tigers Roar

Author : Julian Weiss
ISBN : 0765607840
Genre : Political Science
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Presents some 40 papers, mostly written expressly for this volume by Asian and American scholars, addressing issues related to East Asia's economic recovery. Contributions are organized into eight sections: transition and globalization; business changes; the high-tech sphere; defense and security (one contribution); the quest for democracy (one contribution); ecology, energy, and resources; people, society, culture, and the urban edge; and speculations concerning trade, investment, and the role of politics, culture, and religion in the region. c. Book News Inc.
Category: Political Science

Tigers Roar

Author : Pam Scheunemann
ISBN : 9781617862335
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This playful title includes double page, beautiful photos of tigers in their natural habitat. Early to transitional readers will enjoy the fun and fact-packed simple rhyming stories that flow in large type throughout the book. Supplementary text boxes provide additional information about tigers at a higher reading level, perfect for guided readings with parents, teachers or more fluent readers. This entertaining and educational title also includes an animal sounds around the world section and glossary. SandCastle is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Dinosaur Roar

Author : Henrietta Stickland
ISBN : 9781448194506
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Dinosaur fast, dinosaur slow, Dinosaur ROAR... and away we go! A brand new 20th anniversary edition of this multi-million selling dinosaur classic that combines an infectiously rhythmic text with lovable, colourful dinosaurs to explore opposites. Published in association with the Natural History Museum, this classic picture book is the perfect introduction to dinosaurs for every young child.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Soundless Roar

Author : Ava Kadishson Schieber
ISBN : 9780810119147
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Holocaust comes alive in this collection of writings, including poetry, stories, and prose, and images by an artist who spent much of the war hiding from the Nazis.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Roar Of Lions

Author : Nazmina Ladhani
ISBN : 9781452569000
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Roar of Lions seeks to inspire you, whether you are going through an illness or a healing process or just going with the flow in life. Nature is vast and has lots to offer; with the intentions you put out there, anything can be achieved. The purpose of this book is to share with you the techniques that I have learned on my journey, with the hope that they can also help you in such a way that the “roar of lions” may disappear in your life. And I wish you as much success with your journey as I have had on mine. The word cancer is similar to hearing roar of lions in the jungle and the encircling of lions continues until you start using the healing techniques. Breathe freely and easily, so will your life flow freely and easily.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit