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It's a Hop, Skip, and Jump for Fitness and for Fun!

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An intriguing, motivated book explores skipping rope-its history, its health benefits and the good ol' ditties we used to sing! Grab a rope, or just skip in place; jump with joy in your heart and bring enthusiasm to your life. Restore your self-confidence, encourage the inner you as you gain strength and endurance, and even shed a few pounds for a healthier lifestyle. Start jumping now! Get all your friends involved-Mom and Dad, brother and sister, even Grandpa and Grandma. Step up to the challenge and fun for a new beginning to a new you and have a wonderful time doing it! To all the little children in our lives that bring us the touch of joy through their interaction and enthusiasm-may they carry forward this joy to all those that are willing to share with them. Two little eyes to look to God, two little ears to hear His word, Two little feet to walk in His ways, two little lips to sing His praise. Two little hands to do His will, and one little heart to love Him still. May we keep skipping uphill!

Man in Profile

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This fascinating biography reveals the untold story of the legendary New Yorker profile writer and unravels the mystery behind one of literary history's greatest disappearing acts. Born and raised in North Carolina, Joseph Mitchell was Southern to the core. But from the 1930s to the 1960s, he was the voice of New York City. Readers of the New Yorker cherished his intimate sketches of the people who made the city tick-from Mohawk steelworkers to Staten Island oystermen, from homeless intellectual Joe Gould to Old John McSorley, founder of the city's most famous saloon. Mitchell's literary sensibility combined with a journalistic eye for detail produced a writing style that would inspire New Journalism luminaries such as Gay Talese, Tom Wolfe, and Joan Didion. Then, all of a sudden, his stories stopped appearing. For thirty years, Mitchell showed up for work at the New Yorker-but produced nothing. Did he have something new and exciting in store? Was he working on a major project? Or was he bedeviled by an epic case of writer's block?The first full-length biography of Joseph Mitchell, based on the thousands of archival pages he left behind and dozens of interviews, Man in Profile pieces together the life of this beloved and enigmatic literary legend and answers the question that has plagued readers and critics for decades: What was Joe Mitchell doing all those years?Fifty years after his last story appeared, and almost two decades after his death, Joseph Mitchell still has legions of fans, and his story-especially the mystery of his "disappearance"-continues to fascinate. With a colorful cast of characters that includes Harold Ross, A.J. Liebling, Tina Brown, James Thurber, and William Shawn, Man in Profile goes a long way to solving that mystery-and bringing this lion of American journalism out of the shadows that once threatened to swallow him.
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