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The Boys In The Boat : The True Story Of An American Team's Epic Journey To Win Gold At The 1936 Olympics (2016, original release: 2015)
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Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
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Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Kids' World Book Discussion collectionY/BOOK/DISCUSSION/797.123/BROWN,DAvailable
Published: ***Book Discussion books check out for 6 weeks with no renewals*** New York : Puffin Books, 2016
Description:  xi, 243 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0147516854, 9780147516855, 9780147516855,
Language:  English


Includes index

"Based on The boys in the boat: nine Americans and their epic quest for gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics"--Title page verso

Originally published: New York : Viking, 2015

1000L



Only nine seats -- A dream life shattered -- A thousand and one small things -- Life in exile -- Making the climb -- Another chance at a home -- A rare and sacred thing -- Going it alone -- Part of a single thing -- A broken machine -- The makings of something exceptional -- Almost without pain -- Stay out of our life -- Driven nearly to madness -- Battle in California -- Rage, fear, and uncertainty -- Difficult and dangerous work -- The parts that really matter -- A truth to come to terms with -- Finding their swing -- Save, save, save -- Here's where we take California -- Rowing for liberty -- Fighting, fuming, and coming together -- A game of cat and mouse -- In the race of their lives -- Epilogue -- Timeline of events -- The art of rowing

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Additional Credits:
Mone, Gregory, author

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