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Make It Happen: The Inspiring Story Of An Ncaa Wrestling Champion

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Make It Happen is a story of a young boy's quest to fulfill a dream. Mitch Clark writes with great clarity and great honesty, describing what it really means to be a wrestler, from his early days of kids' wrestling up through becoming a NCAA champion. I throughly enjoyed the book, and highly recommend it to anyone who has the courage to dream and the determination to make ...more
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Paul Schoenberg
This book is able to portray the life of a wrestler in a very interesting way because it is not easy to understand the life of a wrestler. I feel that being able to see the progress and success and downfall of this wrestler to be able to overcome the issues that he does is great. Wrestling is one of the hardest sports out there and to see someone succeed from looking at where they started is amazing. I love any book about wrestling especially when there is a deeper message behind it because it i ...more
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