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The Six Book Challenge is an opportunity to get back into reading or improve your skills. The scheme has been created by The Reading Agency and works through colleges, workplaces and a wide range of other places - including public libraries of course! Choose six reads of any kind and keep a diary. If you choose any books here please send us your comments about them. More about Six Book Challenge.
by Dave Hadfield
The definitive book about the game and the local passions it inspires.
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by Scott Quinnell
Scott's honest account of his learning difficulties and struggle with dyslexia. Inspiring!
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by Charlie Oatway
Life has been a roller-coaster for Charlie, a top football player.
See more books in Six Book Challenge, Winning & Losing
by Tom Palmer
One boy, two codes. How will he decide?
by Adrian Morley
The brilliant player's own story - the ups and the downs.
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by David Gaffney
A collection of very short tales which are laugh out loud funny, cringingly weird and desperately sad
by Tanni Grey-Thompson
An inspirational book by the UK's leading wheelchair athlete - who is now in the House of Lords.
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