Baby Oliver’s life started out precariously in the neonatal intensive care unit. Each day, while he was a patient, his parents were given beads of various shapes and colors. Each bead symbolized a medical procedure that Oliver had endured on that day. By the time Oliver was discharged, his collection of beads was impressive.
As Oliver grew, his Beads of Courage® continued to hang on his bedroom wall. Not only were they a reminder of what he had lived through but also served as an inspiration for future challenges. You won’t want to miss what happens during a family vacation when this amazing little boy employs Disney magic to help those who need a little courage
Fields of Spring
FIELDS OF SPRING (Major League Baseball Spring Training)
Fields Of Spring is baseball fans’ ultimate book about Major League Baseball’s spring training and contains over 170 color (Yes, FULL COLOR!) photographs. From early to mid-February through the end of March, all 30 Major League teams prepare for their regular game season in stadiums and complexes located in either Florida or Arizona. The author has personally visited all 30 teams’ spring training complexes. Fields Of Spring provides insight, tips and information on how to get the most out of your visits.
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Everyday boys and girls come into the store to shop with their parents. One day, all the root beer bottles were bought. Yet, nobody seems to want to buy Mr. Root Beer. This makes him really sad. Who will come along and help him solve this problem? Join author David E. Swarbrick in helping Mr. Root Beer find a new friend.
Kyle Donovan, a seventeen year old star running back from the privileged suburb of Fairview, Massachusetts, is devastated when his seemingly idyllic world falls apart. The collapse of his father’s computer company and the divorce of his parents force Kyle to live with his blue collar curmudgeon of a grandfather in the gritty and ethnically diverse Boston suburb of Crandall. Can his love for football, the loyalty of a new group of multicultural friends, and most importantly, the special bond between grandfather and grandson, help Kyle rise above his circumstances and understand that the ultimate value of a person is not measured by wealth and social status?