Mary Lou Retton's Gateways to Happiness
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Mary Lou Retton's Gateways to Happiness

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On August 3, 1984, at the age of 16, Mary Lou Retton became "America's Sweetheart," one of the most recognizable faces in the world.Her Olympic gold medal-winning vault became a defining moment in sports - and the beginning of a career that would transcend gymnastics.Today, Mary Lou is a successful career woman, a wife, a...more
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Published April 4th 2000 by Random House Audio Publishing Group (first published January 1st 1986)
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Books Ring Mah Bell
Always been a fan of Mary Lou's, and have had this book for awhile but never got to it. Just finally got to read it and could not get into the book at all. Disappointing as I thought beforehand that I was really going to enjoy it but just could not
Angelina Mast
Thought this book was okay. She had plenty of tips, but I felt they were ones I knew or have heard many times before. Guess it never hurts to hear/read again. However, I did enjoy how she used them. I also enjoyed the brief glimpses into her former life as an Olympic gymnast. I was surprised to learn how much her faith means to her. Plenty of good advice and plenty of examples how she has applied them to her life. An uplifting, light read. Great for anyone just needing that extra bit of motivati...more
Bonni Sweet
Didn't care mush for it. I'm all for religious beliefs but this was just a little too much.
Jennifer Thompson-thalasinos
One of my favorite books of all time! Mary Lou Retton has been a role model for me since I was 9. Seeing what she does to stay positive and fit was truly inspirational.
Harry Maurer
Awesome blend of selp-help, personal persistence and religion.
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Mary Lou Retton is an American gymnast. She was the first female gymnast from outside Eastern Europe to win the Olympic all-around title.
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