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By Ronald Sexton
Ronald Sexton was only five years old when his father retired from coaching. He remembered very little of his dad's life as one of North Carolina's outstanding high school basketball coaches in the 1950s.
By Lizi Boyd
In pictures and simple text the book presents unexpected opposites, like a big zebra sweeping with a little broom, or a big lion riding in a tiny wagon.
Harvard University Press
By Brian Rosenwald
The cocreator of the Washington Post 's "Made by History" blog reveals how the rise of conservative talk radio gave us a Republican Party incapable of governing and paved the way for Donald Trump.
Tenacity Media Books
By Peter Lance
The book of 438 pages will be illustrated with more than 100 images, fully annotated & indexed and available in four editions: hardcover, trade paperback, Kindle/ebook and Audible/audiobook.
Arcadia Publishing (SC).
By Gary Helton, Ed Graham
Beginning with Calman Zamoiski's unlicensed and short-lived "wireless telephone" station in 1921, Baltimore would boast five commercial radio stations within the next 20 years.
By Jung Chang
University of Nebraska Press
By Steve Smith
On any given workday, any little thing might send Steve Smith's thoughts spinning back to Saturday--last Saturday, Saturday two weeks ago, Saturday two years ago, back into the thrilling minutiae of game day--until reality reminds him: this is not how well-adjusted adults act.
Dorrance Publishing Co.
By Christopher L. Knauer
On the Air: My Life & 41+ Years in Small Market Radio details one man's adventures as he discovers his talent for radio broadcasting. This book will take you from his small town upbringing, to his college and military life, to his struggles behind the microphone and his successes in radio and television.
Cambridge University Press
By Lisa a. Keister
Although the basic facts about wealth inequality are no longer a mystery, we still know very little about who the wealthy are, how they got there, and what prevents other people from becoming rich.
By Mark Lester
This is the story of the George family who migrated to the United States from Ireland settling in North Carolina and working their way westward ending up in southern Indiana.
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