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Chris Paul "Sixty-One" Golden State Warriors Hardcover Book Brand New

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Item specifics

Condition
Brand New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab
Signed
No
Ex Libris
No
Original Language
English
Inscribed
No
Vintage
No
Personalize
No
Type
Single
Personalized
No
Features
1st Edition
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
ISBN
9781250276711
Book Title
Sixty-One : Life Lessons from Papa, on and Off the Court
Publisher
St. Martin's Press
Item Length
8.5 in
Publication Year
2023
Format
Hardcover
Language
English
Illustrator
Yes
Item Height
1.1 in
Author
Chris Paul
Genre
Family & Relationships, Sports & Recreation, Social Science, Biography & Autobiography
Topic
Parenting / Grandparenting, Sociology / General, General, Basketball, Sports
Item Weight
14.5 Oz
Item Width
5.7 in
Number of Pages
336 Pages

About this product

Product Identifiers

Publisher
St. Martin's Press
ISBN-10
1250276713
ISBN-13
9781250276711
eBay Product ID (ePID)
8050385613

Product Key Features

Book Title
Sixty-One : Life Lessons from Papa, on and Off the Court
Number of Pages
336 Pages
Language
English
Topic
Parenting / Grandparenting, Sociology / General, General, Basketball, Sports
Publication Year
2023
Illustrator
Yes
Genre
Family & Relationships, Sports & Recreation, Social Science, Biography & Autobiography
Author
Chris Paul
Format
Hardcover

Dimensions

Item Height
1.1 in
Item Weight
14.5 Oz
Item Length
8.5 in
Item Width
5.7 in

Additional Product Features

Intended Audience
Trade
LCCN
2022-021228
Reviews
"Moving...fresh and refreshing." -- Kirkus "Candid." -- Sports Illustrated "Unusually moving." -- GQ Sports
Synopsis
Instant New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly , and Wall Street Journal Bestseller! A powerful and unexpected memoir of family, faith, tragedy, and life's most important lessons. The day after future NBA superstar Chris Paul signed his letter of intent to play college basketball for Wake Forest, he received a world-shattering phone call. His grandfather, Nathaniel "Papa" Jones, a pillar of the Winston-Salem community where he owned and operated the first Black-owned service station in North Carolina, was mugged and ultimately died from a heart attack resulting from the assault. His funeral filled the largest church in the county, which held over one thousand people. He was sixty-one years old. The day after burying his grandfather, Chris was coping the best way he knew how: by playing basketball for his high school team. After pouring in shot after shot, his last attempt was an airball purposely flung out of bounds from the foul line before Chris exited the game. The next day, local news headlines declared that he fell six points shy of the statewide single game high school scoring record. But he accomplished exactly what he set out to do: scoring sixty-one points, one for each year of life lived by his grandfather. In Sixty-One , Chris opens up about life beyond basketball and the role his grandfather played in molding him into the man and father he is today. He'll speak about the foundation of faith and family he built his life upon, what it means to be a positive light within your community and beyond, and the importance of setting the proper example for future generations. Most importantly, Chris will talk about his home, Winston-Salem, and the close-knit family and village that raised him to become one of the most respected leaders in all of sports., By the NBA superstar: A powerful and unexpected memoir of family, faith, tragedy, and life's most important lessons. The day after future NBA superstar Chris Paul signed his letter of intent to play college basketball for Wake Forest, he received a world-shattering phone call. His grandfather, Nathaniel "Papa" Jones, a pillar of the Winston-Salem community where he owned and operated the first Black-owned service station in North Carolina, was mugged and ultimately died from a heart attack resulting from the assault. His funeral filled the largest church in the county, which held over one thousand people. He was sixty-one years old. The day after burying his grandfather, Chris was coping the best way he knew how: by playing basketball for his high school team. After pouring in shot after shot, his last attempt was an airball purposely flung out of bounds from the foul line before Chris exited the game. The next day, local news headlines declared that he fell six points shy of the statewide single game high school scoring record. But he accomplished exactly what he set out to do: scoring sixty-one points, one for each year of life lived by his grandfather. In Sixty-One , Chris opens up about life beyond basketball and the role his grandfather played in molding him into the man and father he is today. He'll speak about the foundation of faith and family he built his life upon, what it means to be a positive light within your community and beyond, and the importance of setting the proper example for future generations. Most importantly, Chris will talk about his home, Winston-Salem, and the close-knit family and village that raised him to become one of the most respected leaders in all of sports.
LC Classification Number
GV884.P376A3 2022
ebay_catalog_id
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