In the tradition of Andy Andrews and Naploeon Hill, Author and USPTA Certified Elite Tennis Professional David F. Berens takes us inside an exciting tennis match with veteran pro, Whitfield Franklin Andrews, and the young phenom, Heinrick McStultz. During this epic battle, he finds lessons that translate not only to better tennis, but a better life. If you are struggling, and on the edge of your own Break Point, this book lays out nine principles that will help get you back on track and headed to a new beginning!
Russell Vineyard joined the United States Marine Corps as an M1A1 Tank crewman. After USMC Boot Camp and Marine Armor School, Vineyard found himself at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Training and Education Facility Twentynine Palms with 1st Tank Battalion. In November of 2004, he learned he'd be joining the Marine Corps' 1st Tank Battalion, Delta Company as a tank gunner and headed out on the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit. The United States Military would send the tank platoon across the ocean to participate in a global military exercise in Egypt and to fight the War on Terror in Iraq.
With the fate of the world at stake, their love never stood a chance. All those years gone by without even an explanation for why he left. Rachel poured her broken heart into her work, but the memory of him never really went away. If only she could see him again. It's been so long though now, there is no reason he could give to justify the pain he put her through.
Follow Halian, Elizabeth, Brandon, and Emma as they briefly leave their pets to go play soccer only to return and find that their pets have gone on a mini adventure. Are the talking pets having more fun than their owners? Do their owners even know their pets could talk? Come and find out!
Lujien, my six-year-old daughter, came home one day with the idea of a story of a fish struggling in her school because she is weak. As a physician, I have seen firsthand how physical therapists work to help patients succeed. The idea of our book is to help children understand disabilities, and the role physical therapists play in helping them heal. By making the story about a small fish and (not a human), we hope that kids will better absorb and understand the idea of disability.