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Thunder on the Tundra: Football at the Top of the World

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2012

    Entertaining book

    It was a great book about a true story. I loved reading it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2008

    The Best Sports Story in America

    Lew Friedman captures the story of the Barrow Whalers, and poignantly reminds us what it means to play high school sports. Not for college scholarships, or glory-but to build and demonstrate character, and be a part of a team. You feel as if you are a member of the team as you enjoy their wins, and watch them deal with their losses. While the Whalers are unique (in the book some kids serve on a traditional crew that actually kills and eat Whales) it is the story of the good that can be found in every football team in America. One thing is for certain, you'll leave this book with a different perspective on the need for high school sports and the POSITIVE difference it makes in kids lives...... and if you are like me, you'll be a lifelong fan of the Barrow Whalers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2008

    Inspirational

    This is such a nice book. I saw this on ESPN and the news so I picked up the book. The author really helps you understand the reason for the team, and the effect playing football has on the kids and town. Its the best book I've read all year. Makes me remember why we go to football games in the first place-for the kids....

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    Posted October 16, 2009

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