Biography, History, Non-Fiction

A Team of Their Own by Seth Berkman

I begged and begged our sales rep for an advance copy of this book, and it kept getting postponed again. And again. And again. Which meant by the time it found it's way into my hands, I just wasn't really in the mood for it, with the Winter Olympics a year and a half over… Continue reading A Team of Their Own by Seth Berkman

Biography, History, Non-Fiction

The Boys of Winter by Wayne Coffey

It's been a decade since I first read The Boys of Winter, sixteen years since one of my all-time favorite movies, Miracle, was released in theaters, and 40 years, almost to the day, since the "Miracle on Ice" games was played between the seasoned USSR team and the fresh out of college USA team. A… Continue reading The Boys of Winter by Wayne Coffey

Biography, Childrens, Non-Fiction, Picture Book

She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton

Growing up, I loved any and all books about women who did amazing things. It's not often, now in my adult years, that I go through the picture book section of the bookstore, but with lots of young ones joining my family (not my own, but nieces, nephews, cousins, etc.), I want to be sure… Continue reading She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton

Biography, Non-Fiction, Photography/Art

Women in Sports by Rachel Ignotofsky

Why did I decide¬†to read¬†Women in Sports... I hope I've established through my selection of books so far that I absolutely adore all books that celebrate strong women and positive female role models. Sports in particular hold a very special place in my heart - those are my hockey skates in the picture - and… Continue reading Women in Sports by Rachel Ignotofsky