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Hurricane Season

Author : David Orme
ISBN : 023753407X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A hurricane strikes while Grace and her family are on vacation in Florida—can they make it safely through the night? Grace and her family had come to West Palm Beach in Florida on holiday to visit Grandma and Grandpa. Mom and Dad were staying in a hotel on Palm Beach but Grace wanted to stay in Grandma and Grandpa's trailer. She hadn't been there long when the weather started to change. There was going to be a hurricane and it was going to be a big one! As the roads shut down and the rain begins, how will they make it through the storm?

Hurricane Season

Author : Sonja Bentley Zant
ISBN : 9781434334503
Genre : Fiction
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Overview Of The 2006 Hurricane Season

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
ISBN : STANFORD:36105050442156
Genre : Hurricanes
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Hurricane Season

Author : The Yahwehs!
ISBN : 9781105699597
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2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season

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1994 Pacific Hurricane Season

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Hurricane Season

Author : Neal Thompson
ISBN : 9781416559733
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"There's always a point in the season when you're faced with a challenge and you see what you're capable of. And you grow up." -- J.T. Curtis, head coach, John Curtis Christian School Patriots On Saturday, August 27, 2005, the John Curtis Patriots met for a grueling practice in the late summer New Orleans sun, the air a visible fog of humidity. They had pulled off a 19-0 shutout in their pre-season game the night before, but it was a game full of dumb mistakes. Head coach J.T. Curtis was determined to drill those mistakes out of them before their highly anticipated next game, which sportswriters had dubbed "the Battle of the Bayou" against a big team coming in all the way from Utah. As fate played out, that afternoon was the last time the Patriots would see one another for weeks; some teammates they'd never see again. Hurricane Katrina was about to tear their lives apart. The Patriots are a most unlikely football dynasty. There is a small, nondescript, family-run school, the buildings constructed by hand by the school's founding patriarch, John Curtis Sr. In this era of high school football as big business with 20,000 seat stadiums, John Curtis has no stadium of its own. The team plays an old-school offense, and Coach Curtis insists on a no-cut policy, giving every kid who wants to play a chance. As of 2005, they'd won nineteen state championships in Curtis's thirty-five years of coaching, making him the second most winning high school coach ever. Curtis has honed to a fine art the skill of teaching players how to transcend their natural talents. No screamer, he strives to teach kids about playing with purpose, the power of respect, dignity, poise, patience, trust in teamwork, and the payoff of perseverance, showing them how to be winners not only on the gridiron, but in life, and making boys into men. Hurricane Katrina would put those lessons to the test of a lifetime. Hurricane Season is the story of a great coach, his team, his family, and their school -- and a remarkable fight back from shocking tragedy. It is a story of football and faith, and of the transformative power of a team that rises above adversity, and above its own abilities, to come together again and prove what they're made of. It is the gripping story of how, as one player put it, "football became my place of peace."

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