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show that girls who play sports are less likely to get sick, get pregnant in adolescence, or stay in abusive relationships. They are happier and more educated, successful, and confident. And when girls thrive, so do their communities. Yet, in many parts of the world girls don’t have opportunities to be active and play sports. Activyst wants to change this. For each bag sold Activyst donates 10%...

Books

Sports Her Way

Sports Her Way

Susan Wilson, a longtime coach and former college gymnastics champion, has written the practical guide for parents who want to encourage their daughters to start -- and stay with -- sports as a pathway to a lifetime of health and self-esteem. Sports Her Way coaches parents in each phase of getting their daughters involved with sports. With lively examples and clear advice, Susan Wilson shows parents how to: Understand sports readiness and determine what activities are appropriate for their...

Soccer Training for Girls

Soccer Training for Girls

Offers age-appropriate, practice-oriented training units to improve basic offensive and defensive skills.

Crafty Bags for Stylish Girls

Crafty Bags for Stylish Girls

An inspired treasury of tips and tricks to making more than forty-five glittery, glamorous, and crafty bags includes simple instructions, templates, and ingenious ideas on everything from layering fabric shapes to making handles using ribbons, scarves, or necklaces.

The Ultimate Scrapbooking Guide

The Ultimate Scrapbooking Guide

Words for Trees

Words for Trees

In this Ottawa writer's first volume of verse, there are trees, of coursecatalpas on stained-glass transoms, an ever-present crabappel, nameless species in whose bare branches the winter solstice lurks. There is music, tooa whorehouse tango, a string quartet enthralling a favourite cat, the silky caress of a clarinet along the remembered flesh of adolescence. And visual art, from the Middle Ages through Matisse, is reenacted in vignettes of desire or dereliction.

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