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Stanford Wong Flunks Big-Time

by Lisa Yee

Stanford Wong is having a bad summer. If he flunks his summer-school English class, he won't pass sixth grade. If that happens, he won't start on the A-team. If *that* happens, his friends will abandon him and Emily Ebers won't like him anymore. And if THAT happens, his life will be over. Then his parents are fighting, his grandmother Yin-Yin hates her new nursing home, he's being "tutored" by the world's biggest nerdball Millicent Min--and he's not sure his ballpoint "Emily" tattoo is ever going to wash off. (cont. on next page)

Star for a Day (Silver Blades Figure Eights, #2)

by Effin Older

Randi, Anna, And Kate are very excited about taking their first skating test--especially about getting the badge. To pass, they must skate across the rink on one foot. Randi practices endlessly and always does the move perfectly. But on the day of the test, she crashes into the wall! Now she's the only one of her friends without a badge. Will she be able to pass the make-up test?

Stars in the Shadows: The Negro League All-Star Game of 1934

by Charles R. Smith Jr.

Meet Satchel Paige, Josh Gibson, and other baseball heroes in this unique radio broadcast reenactment of a legendary All-Star Game, marking a pivotal time in sports history.1934, Chicago. Come step back in time to witness the best of the best Negro League players take each other on in one of the most fascinating All-Star ballgames in American history.Using a unique radio broadcast transcript, Coretta Scott King Award Winner Charles R. Smith, Jr. has recreated this momentous event with a lively play-by-play retelling of the second annual Negro League East-West Game. Meet legendary players like Satchel Paige, Turkey Stearness, and Cool Pappa Bell, hang in the stands with the fans, and experience this exhilarating untold, true story--with a lyrical twist. Stars in the Shadows is a must-have for any baseball aficionado or anyone interested in forgotten history. Beautifully packaged and with incredible black-and-white illustrations by Frank Morrison, this is a rare and extraordinary book.

The Stars of the WNBA

by Michelle Smith

The WNBA is filled with heroes and role models: Strong, confident women who have achieved their goals. This book features eight of the most popular of these young women -- the true role-models for thousands of young girls. This exciting reader will step behind the scenes into the lives of these women and tell their tales -- from their childhood to today's successes. This is one of the debut books in the new line of NBA and WNBA Readers. Get set to read with Scholastic and the WNBA!

Starting and Closing: Perseverance, Faith and One More Year

by Don Yaeger John Smoltz

I wasn't afraid to fail. It's really as simple as that. As a seven-year-old kid pitching a ball against a brick wall, John Smoltz decided to be a professional baseball player when he grew up. And from that simple decision until his last season on the mound in the major leagues, it was his faith, work ethic, and love for the game--even more than God-given talent--that propelled him through challenges that would have ruined other athletes. Starting and Closing chronicles John Smoltz's final season in a major league uniform, capping a legendary career that included fourteen years as part of one of the most dominant starting rotations in baseball, a Cy Young Award, and a World Series title-all while battling and overcoming "career-ending" injuries. At age forty-one, Smoltz was making yet another unlikely comeback from his fifth surgery. Recounting the story of a season that tested his perseverance and deepened his faith, Smoltz flashes back to watershed moments in the skeptic-defying journey from being one of the best starting pitchers of all time, to closer, to starter again. One of the most intelligent, talented, and passionate players in the game, Smoltz delivers insights into modern major league baseball, its place in popular culture, and the value of competition. He writes with unflinching honesty about becoming a true Christian and finding in his beliefs the peace and strength to stay focused-through postseason triumphs and defeats, upheavals in his personal life, and the sting of being sent to the bullpen. What emerges is an inspirational story of spiritual growth and family values, from a man who believed not just in himself but in God's plan for him--and one more year.

Starting Pitcher

by Duane Decker

Bluesox 2. Ed Lasky used to be aan all-star shortstop. He has a good arm and control, and he doesn't want to go back to the minors. Can he be convinced and make the change to becoming a starting pitcher?

Stealing Home: The Story of Jackie Robinson

by Barry Denenberg

Jackie Robinson was a great athlete, but his destiny went far beyond the baseball diamond. As the first black man to play in the all-white baseball leagues, he was a symbol of courage, hope, and unity for all black and white Americans.

Steaming In: Journal of a Football Fan

by Colin Ward

Journal of a Football Fan.

Steinbrenner: The Last Lion of Baseball

by Bill Madden

No owner has changed the landscape of sports more than New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner.

Stepping Up

by Mark Fink

Ernie Dolan, 14, is plagued by the curse of the average. Nothing about him stands out - except his stutter. Only best friend Mike Rivers sees him at his best. Then, at a competitive basketball camp Mike excels while Ernie is -- average. When Ernie blunders in a pickup game, Rich Craig, obnoxious camp hotshot, nicknames him "Choke". This sets the tone for Ernie's first week. But he soon finds three new allies: bunk mate Albert Mann, a goofy genius and practical joker; Coach Petrovich, a 6'8" Russian who mangles the English language; and camp director Tim Sanders, the mentor every kid needs. Soon, Ernie and Mike are on the outs, as Mike hangs with Craig and the jocks. But things change dramatically as Ernie morphs from outcast to hero, risking his life to save three campmates from near tragedy.

Steve Nash

by Jeff Savage

Children's biography of the famous basketball player.

Steve Tasker's Tales From the Buffalo Bills

by Steve Tasker Scott Pitoniak

In this book, Steve Tasker, the former special teams standout for the Buffalo Bills, discusses his NFL career and profiles many of the players, coaches and front office personnel who made it possible for the Bills to play in four straight Super Bowls.

Still Kicking: My Dramatic Journey as the First Woman to Play Division One College Football

by Katie Hnida

It took just 1.28 seconds to make history. On August 30, 2003, Katie Hnida became the first woman ever to play and score in NCAA Division I football. The struggle to get to that groundbreaking moment took eight long years, a journey filled with dogged commitment, horrifying setbacks, and finally, remarkable triumph. Fate came knocking for the 14-year-old Hnida in the unlikely form of a torn thigh muscle -- an injury that would drive her off the soccer field in search of another outlet for her athletic talent. She found football and with it gender-defying success. The same day Hnida's high school classmates voted her homecoming queen, she donned her helmet and pads and kicked six extra points in the homecoming game. When she is recruited to play for the University of Colorado Buffaloes, her great dream is realized, and she seems set for glory on a much larger stage. But upon arriving in Boulder, she begins a tour of hell inside the University of Colorado's football program, a hell that culminates in Hnida being raped by a teammate. It is here that the story truly begins. Katie is physically and emotionally devastated. She leaves the university and begins climbing her way back to who she was and what she wanted. She learns to speak about what happened to her and to push through harrowing flashbacks of violence. The very thing that drew her into the darkest days of her life will ultimately save her: football. She sends 80 kicking tapes to 80 Division I schools and is invited to visit several top football programs. But it is the blue-collar, no-nonsense team that wins her trust: the University of New Mexico Lobos. Under head coach Rocky Long, Hnida continues her long road to recovery through hard work and the will to never give up. She is not only accepted by her teammates, she also finds herself part of a team that's a family. In Albuquerque, Hnida is reunited with her dream. Under a true leader, she blossoms. Her teammates are teammates, supporting and encouraging her to reach her goal. And with just seven minutes and 20 seconds to go in a game against Southwest Texas, the history-making extra point kick is made in under two seconds, changing everyone's ideas about what is possible.

Still Life with Brook Trout

by John Gierach

In Still Life with Brook Trout, John Gierach demonstrates once again that fishing, when done right, is as much a philosophical pursuit as a sport. Gierach travels to Wyoming and Maine and points in between, searching out new fly-fishing adventures and savoring familiar waters with old friends. Along the way he meditates on the importance of good guides ("Really, the only thing a psychiatrist can do that a good guide can't is write prescriptions"), the challenge of salmon fishing ("Salmon prowl. If they're not here now, they could be here in half an hour. Or tomorrow. Or next month"), and the zen of fishing alone ("I also enjoy where my mind goes when I'm fishing alone, which is usually nowhere in particular and by a predictable route"). On a more serious note, he ponders the damaging effects of disasters both natural and man-made: drought, wildfires, and the politics of dam-building, among others. Reflecting on a trip to a small creek near his home, Gierach writes, "In my brightest moments, I think slowing down...has opened huge new vistas on my old home water. It's like a friendship that not only lasts, but gets better against the odds." Similarly, Still Life with Brook Trout proves that Gierach, like fly-fishing itself, becomes deeper and richer with time.

Stock Car Racing

by Donald Davidson Barbara J. Fox Tracy Nelson Maurer

Stock car races are some of the most popular events in all of sports. Thousands of fans pack the stands at super speedways to cheer for their favorite race teams. Jump in for a close-up look at powerful stock cars, how they work, and the races they compete in.

Storm Run: The Story of the First Woman to Win the Iditarod Sled Dog Race

by Libby Riddles

In 1985, Libby Riddles made history by becoming the first woman to win the 1,100-mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race. This brand-new edition of Riddles' timeless adventure story is complete with updated narrative details, sidebars on all aspects of the race, photographs, and all-new illustrations by beloved illustrator Shannon Cartwright. An inspiration to children and adults everywhere, this is a compelling first-hand account of the arctic storms, freezing temperatures, loyal sled dogs, and utter determination that defined Riddles' Iditarod victory.

Storm Surfer

by Jake Maddox

Jill never expected her week at surf camp to be interrupted by a hurricane, but one is heading for the North Carolina coast. Abby and Sara think surfing in a hurricane will be amazing. Then the waves get out of control. Time is running out, and the storm is coming.

The Story of Jackie Robinson: The Bravest Man in Baseball

by Margaret Davidson

One brave black player named Jackie Robinson worked to change the "rules," so that all races could have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams on the baseball diamond--or anywhere. This is Jackie Robinson's story.

The Story of Muhammad Ali

by Leslie Garrett

Written by leading children's authors and compiled by leading experts in the field, DK Readers are one of the most delightful ways to capture children's interest and help children learn. Follow the dramatic story of Muhammad Ali -- both in and out of the ring. These 48-page books about fascinating subjects like pirates, mummies, and volcanoes are for proficient readers who can understand a rich vocabulary and challenging sentence structure. In addition to the stunning photographs, informative sidebars, and glossary, readers will find archival photographs and paintings. Averaging 4,500 to 5,000 words in length, Level 4 books are 40 percent pictures and 40 percent text. The Dorling Kindersley Readers combine an enticing visual layout with high-interest, easy-to-read stories to captivate and delight young bookworms who are just getting started. Written by leading children's authors and compiled in consultation with literacy experts, these engaging books build reader confidence along with a lifelong appreciation for nonfiction, classic stories, and biographies. There is a DK Reader to interest every child at every level, from preschool to grade 4.

The Story of Muhammad Ali: Heavyweight Champion of the World

by Barry Denenberg

Describes the life of the controversial heavyweight fighter, both in and out of the ring.

The Story of the Boston Celtics (The NBA--A History of Hoops)

by Nate Leboutillier

Learn the team's origins, stars, and greatest moments.

The Story of the Los Angeles Lakers (The NBA--A History of Hoops)

by Nate Leboutillier

Learn the team's origins, stars, and greatest moments through photos and lively text.

The Story of the New Jersey Nets (The NBA--A History of Hoops)

by Nate Leboutillier

Learn the team's origins, stars, and greatest moments through photos and lively text.

The Story of the New York Knicks (The NBA--A History of Hoops)

by Nate Leboutillier

Learn the team's origins, stars, and greatest moments through photos and lively text.

The Story of the Philadelphia 76ers (The NBA--A History of Hoops)

by Nate Leboutillier

Learn the team's origins, stars, and greatest moments.

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