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Perseverance (Ethics)

Oct 10, 2013 — A young baseball player who gets hit by a fastball must find the courage to step back up to the plate. Michael Northrop, the author of Plunked, is no stranger to overcoming obstacles — he's dyslexic, and he says that learning to read was a real struggle when he was a kid: "I can't read fast. I can read carefully, though."
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Jun 13, 2013 — Looking for a great read for a kid age 9-14? Here are all the titles our kids' book club has read since we launched in 2011. We revisit classics like Black Beauty and The Phantom Tollbooth and explore new stories like Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Graveyard Book.
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May 22, 2010 — Conn Iggulden teamed up with his brother, David, to share tales of men and women who responded to difficult moments with grace and pluck to save themselves and others. Their book doesn't attempt to hide the dark side of many of these heroes, whose daring deeds are better remembered than their misconduct.
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Apr 14, 2008 — Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. may know more about perseverance than just about anyone — the Baltimore Orioles' "Iron Man" played a record 2,632 consecutive games between 1982 and 1998. Ripken talks about his long career in baseball and his book Get in the Game.
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Jun 13, 2007 — Author Conn Iggulden talks about his book, Dangerous Book for Boys, a manual that advises fathers to teach their sons stick ball, kite flying, fishing, camping, and stories around a fire. There are no video games or iPods in this book, and baby boomers and their sons love it.
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Jun 2, 2007 — Conn and Hal Iggulden worried that the old-fashioned skills they learned as boys would disappear in the age of DVDs and video games. So they wrote The Dangerous Book for Boys and filled it with ingredients to get boys off the computer and into the backyard.
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