WEFOUNDThe Story of Frances E. Willard (Classic Reprint)


Uploaded by brianna-serrano on February 11, 2009

I n the first of a new series profiling the most promising young tennis players, 18-year-old American Frances Tiafoe tells Charlie Eccleshare why he is so determined to break the mould

It’s fair to say that Frances Tiafoe did not take the conventional route into tennis. In fact, his journey into the sport is almost as remarkable as the Williams sisters', whose tale of being schooled on courts overrun by Los Angeles gang members has long since passed into sporting folklore.

Tiafoe's story starts in the late 1990s when Frances’ father Constant immigrated to the US from Sierra Leone and took a job as a construction worker at the Junior Tennis Champions Centre in Maryland.

Combines an engaging narrative of the inventor’s life with pages from his diary and original drawings and patents from his work. Vintage photographs are included. (Grades 1–12)

The Story of Thomas A. Edison is also available as an audiobook. Enjoy listening to Jordan Smith read aloud a chapter or two of the audiobook while you run errands. You might also take it along on a longer car trip and build family memories as you enjoy the whole book together. This 57-minute recording is available on CD or as an audio download. (Order above.)

Just curious is this is the EXACT same book that is on Amazon.com for $2.99. Is your version longer or better in some way? Thanks for your time.

Uploaded by brianna-serrano on February 11, 2009

I n the first of a new series profiling the most promising young tennis players, 18-year-old American Frances Tiafoe tells Charlie Eccleshare why he is so determined to break the mould

It’s fair to say that Frances Tiafoe did not take the conventional route into tennis. In fact, his journey into the sport is almost as remarkable as the Williams sisters', whose tale of being schooled on courts overrun by Los Angeles gang members has long since passed into sporting folklore.

Tiafoe's story starts in the late 1990s when Frances’ father Constant immigrated to the US from Sierra Leone and took a job as a construction worker at the Junior Tennis Champions Centre in Maryland.

Combines an engaging narrative of the inventor’s life with pages from his diary and original drawings and patents from his work. Vintage photographs are included. (Grades 1–12)

The Story of Thomas A. Edison is also available as an audiobook. Enjoy listening to Jordan Smith read aloud a chapter or two of the audiobook while you run errands. You might also take it along on a longer car trip and build family memories as you enjoy the whole book together. This 57-minute recording is available on CD or as an audio download. (Order above.)

Just curious is this is the EXACT same book that is on Amazon.com for $2.99. Is your version longer or better in some way? Thanks for your time.

Available. Dispatched from the UK in 4 business days
When will my order arrive?

Uploaded by brianna-serrano on February 11, 2009

I n the first of a new series profiling the most promising young tennis players, 18-year-old American Frances Tiafoe tells Charlie Eccleshare why he is so determined to break the mould

It’s fair to say that Frances Tiafoe did not take the conventional route into tennis. In fact, his journey into the sport is almost as remarkable as the Williams sisters', whose tale of being schooled on courts overrun by Los Angeles gang members has long since passed into sporting folklore.

Tiafoe's story starts in the late 1990s when Frances’ father Constant immigrated to the US from Sierra Leone and took a job as a construction worker at the Junior Tennis Champions Centre in Maryland.

Combines an engaging narrative of the inventor’s life with pages from his diary and original drawings and patents from his work. Vintage photographs are included. (Grades 1–12)

The Story of Thomas A. Edison is also available as an audiobook. Enjoy listening to Jordan Smith read aloud a chapter or two of the audiobook while you run errands. You might also take it along on a longer car trip and build family memories as you enjoy the whole book together. This 57-minute recording is available on CD or as an audio download. (Order above.)

Just curious is this is the EXACT same book that is on Amazon.com for $2.99. Is your version longer or better in some way? Thanks for your time.

Available. Dispatched from the UK in 4 business days
When will my order arrive?

The Nebula Award has been awarded to stories in the Science Fiction and Fantasy genre every year since 1966. Learn about the winners of the 1980s!

The Beat Generation was born out of WWII, and it still continues to exert considerable influence on today's literary scene. Biblio sellers have a fantastic collection of Beat Generation books and ephemera for browsing .

Uploaded by brianna-serrano on February 11, 2009

Uploaded by brianna-serrano on February 11, 2009

I n the first of a new series profiling the most promising young tennis players, 18-year-old American Frances Tiafoe tells Charlie Eccleshare why he is so determined to break the mould

It’s fair to say that Frances Tiafoe did not take the conventional route into tennis. In fact, his journey into the sport is almost as remarkable as the Williams sisters', whose tale of being schooled on courts overrun by Los Angeles gang members has long since passed into sporting folklore.

Tiafoe's story starts in the late 1990s when Frances’ father Constant immigrated to the US from Sierra Leone and took a job as a construction worker at the Junior Tennis Champions Centre in Maryland.


51xrtoXLsiL