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Way to Go. (Books for children: poetry).

Morrison, Lillian

WAY TO GO! Sports Poems. Il. by Susan Spellman. ISBN ISBN
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 1-56397-961-6. Honesdale, PA: Wordsong/Boyds Mills Press, 2001. 48 pp. $16.95. Lillian Morrison has captured in poetry the emotional thrills associated with athletic competition. Forty-two poems about a broad range of sporting activities will appeal to both male and female readers as they share in the exhilaration of these events. Morrison's excellent style of writing, her precise choice of words Noun 1. choice of words - the manner in which something is expressed in words; "use concise military verbiage"- G.S.Patton
phraseology, wording, diction, phrasing, verbiage
, and her passion for sports are evident in this fun-to-read book. This entertaining collection of poems should be a welcome addition to the libraries of avid AVID Cardiology A clinical trial–Antiarrhythmics Versus Implantable Defibrillators that compared the effect of implantable defibrillators vs the best medical therapy–antiarrhythmics for survivors of MI or those with nonsustained ventricular tachycardia  and reluctant readers alike. Ages 9-12. Reviewed by John McAndrew Sean Victor McAndrew - or 'John' as he is known - was born in the small County Mayo town of Bangor Erris on the 8th July 1927.

John is one of the few Mayo Gaelic footballers still alive to hold All-Ireland Senior Football winners medals.
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Date:Mar 22, 2002
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