Through the unique voices of the three kids, an eloquent, affecting story unfolds--the story of how one individual's warmth and kindness can heal so many hurts. Bird will leave you thoroughly uplifted.
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For many fans of professional basketball, revisiting the 1980s with Larry Bird and Magic Johnson will seem like channel-surfing from the couch and coming across a favorite old movie, a “Casablanca” or “Annie Hall.” There aren’t any major revelations in WHEN THE GAME WAS OURS (Houghton Mifflin Ha...Dec 03 2009 | Read Full Review of Bird
Russell's analysis is often insightful, as when she discusses how LBJ's class prejudice affected Lady Bird's fashion choices, or her conscious decision to distance herself from Jackie Kennedy's image as a decorator by identifying publicly with Eleanor Roosevelt as a ""useful first lady."" Focusin...| Read Full Review of Bird
Tug Coker, as Bird, matches his every feint and crossover dribble in the tougher role of Bird, who was more of an enigma, less articulate, and rarely revealed what made him tick besides his will to perfection.Apr 23 2012 | Read Full Review of Bird
This book review of "When the Game Was Ours" by Larry Bird and Earvin "Magic" Johnson incorrectly said that Bird won his first NBA title when his Boston Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers in 1984.Dec 13 2009 | Read Full Review of Bird
Anyone who ever spoke to Lady Bird Johnson remembers the former first lady’s particular way of talking: her charming East Texas accent;Nov 30 2012 | Read Full Review of Bird
Aside from Lane, who mercifully does not stand out like a star turn in Cromer's New York and Chicago-based ensemble of actors, Cromer also lines up an army of opposition against Wittrock's Chance, including Judd as an intimidating Boss Finley, Colm O'Reilly, whose George Scudder is a study of mal...Sep 24 2012 | Read Full Review of Bird
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An informal, candid narrative by one of America's most admired First Ladies, this volume reveals how instrumental Lady Bird Johnson's support and guidance were at each stage of her husband's political ascent and how she herself emerged as a significant political force.
Each print has an approximate image size of 7-1/2" x 10-1/2", is printed on heavy white archival paper, and comes in a matte black wood-composite 12" x 16" glass frame with an off-white acid-free archival mat.Dec 03 1970 | Read Full Review of Bird
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