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I Love Texas/I Hate Oklahoma

by Pete Davis

Presented in a unique reversible-book format, this is the ultimate Texas Longhorns fan guide to the passionate and historic rivalry with the Oklahoma Sooners. Full of interesting trivia, hilarious history, and...


What It Means to Be a Buckeye: Urban Meyer and Ohio State's Greatest Players

by Jeff Snook & Urban Meyer

Examining a simple question—What is so special about Ohio State football?—this book provides a forum for the school’s greatest players and coaches from the past nine decades to express why they are so proud...


Uncommon Crochet: Twenty-Five Projects Made from Natural Yarns and Alternative Fibers

by Julie Armstrong Holetz

Black leather granny squares are anything but square, and hot pink organic hemp gives crocheted vases a decidedly modern cachet. In Uncommon Crochet, designer Julie Armstrong Holetz applies new ideas and unconventional...


Final Table: A Winning Poker Approach from a Wsop Champion

by Jonathan Duhamel

Delving into what it takes to win $8.9 million in one tournament, this guide provides tips and tricks on becoming a World Series of Poker main event champion. Penned by the 2010 winner himself, the handbook...


100 Things Lions Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Paula Pasche

Whether it’s for a die-hard booster from the days of Dick Lane or a new supporter of Matthew Stafford, the top facts and activities concerning the Detroit Lions that all fans need to know and do in their lifetime...


100 Things Crimson Tide Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Christopher Walsh

The Crimson Tide is one of the most storied and decorated football programs in NCAA history—since its inception in 1892, the program has claimed 14 National Championship titles, all of which are explored...


100 Things Auburn Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Evan Woodbery

Drawing insight from many former players, coaches, and others directly tied to the storied and revered football program of Auburn University, this resource for fans places firsthand accounts alongside essential...


Promises to Keep: My Inspired Run from Syracuse to Denver to the Hall

by Tom Mackie, Floyd Little & Tom Coughlin

This autobiography traces the life of Floyd Little who was raised in poverty in New Haven, Connecticut, was bowlegged, sent off to military school, and told his IQ was too low to even consider college. He overcame...


Why Not Wisconsin?: From Barry to Bo: Broadcasting the Badgers from the Best Seat in the House

by Matt Lepay & Brad Nessler

Based on more than 20 years behind a Madison microphone, this autobiographical account follows the University of Wisconsin Badgers’ play-by-play announcer as he witnessed the college’s famed golden era of...


It's Only Me: The Ted Williams We Hardly Knew

by John Underwood

Almost everyone knows the public Ted Williams: the great hitter, the war hero, the avid outdoorsman and the man who seemed to be a lightning rod for controversy his whole life. Fewer know the very private Ted,...


I'm Just Getting Started: Baseball's Best Storyteller on Old School Baseball, Defying the Odds, and Good Cigars

by Jack McKeon & Kevin Kernan

Jack McKeon, who in 2003 became the oldest manager to ever lead a team to the World Series championship, proved that old doesn't mean you're over, and these stories offer a look into his storied career, from...


Double Fault: My Rise and Fall, and My Road Back

by Mike Yorkey, Rosco Tanner & Stan Smith

A confessional story that reads like fiction, this is the true story of a famed tennis star who went from being ranked fourth in the world, dueling the sport’s greatest players to lying to police in several...


Just Win, Baby: The Al Davis Story

by Murray Olderman

Revealing how an obscure young assistant coach, in less than a decade, progressed to become a head coach, general manager, league commissioner, and controlling partner of the Oakland Raiders franchise, this...


Conquest: Pete Carroll and the Trojans' Climb to the Top of the College Football Mountain

by Gary Klein, David Wharton & Pat Haden

A look at Pete Carroll and the rebuilding of USC, this investigation revisits the ups and downs and critical moments that have gone into rebuilding the Trojans into one of the best football programs in the country....


Dressage for the Not-So-Perfect Horse: Riding Through the Levels on the Peculiar, Opinionated, Complicated Mounts We All Love

by Janet Foy & Nancy J. J. Jones

Tens of thousands of riders pursue the sport of dressage in North America, and the majority do so on a budget and with the horse they already have—or quite simply, the one they can afford. This means riders...


Taking Up the Reins: A Year in Germany with a Dressage Master

by Priscilla Endicott & Denny Emerson

This delightfully written book gives readers a first-hand, behind-the-scenes look at what dressage training abroad entails. In this personal memoir, the author chronicles the year she spent in Germany studying...


MAKING GARDEN FURNITURE FROM WOOD

by Anthony Hontoir

No garden is complete without sympathetic furniture. Using simplified woodworking techniques, this book covers fourteen pieces ranging from tables and chairs to bird houses and fencing: all are both useful and...


TABLE TENNIS

by Jenny Heaton

Crowood Sports Guides provide sound, practical advice that will help make you a better sportsperson whether you are learning the basic skills, discovering more advanced techniques or reviewing the fundamentals...


Creating Manga Characters

by Sweatdrop Studios

Manga is an emotive and expressive form of storytelling that has become popular worldwide; vivid and fascinating characters make a large contribution to its appeal. Characters are an essential component of a...


Texas Organic Vegetable Gardening: The Total Guide to Growing Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs, and Other Edible Plants the Natural Way

by Howard Garrett

This book shows you how to have a healthy soil and recommends environmentally safe products and even some homemade remedies to control pests and disease in your garden. You'll get nuts and bolts information...