Tony's Gift: Conquering Life's Battles

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Tate Publishing & Enterprises, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 156 pages
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It is told to try and help young people make good decisions, to avoid the pitfalls he made for himself, and to embrace life as a gift given. Lalicata's early struggle against bullying led to his victory over obesity and, later, a greater battle against cancer. Wrapped in a package of inspiration and encouragement, "Tony's Gift" is told to give hope to those who struggle and to the many who have 'won the fight.'

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This is book is amazing about how this guy works to get through all off his struggles and I think everyone should read it. I'm pretty sure it is a real story about this one guy
He is awesome!!!

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This is a great book! I think everyone should read this because it reminds us that we are very fortunate in our lives when others aren't.
We need to help and care for them. This inspiring story helps motivate us to do it. Read this book, you won't regret it!

About the author (2007)

Tony Lalicata taught social sciences for 36 years in New York, Maine and Massachusetts. He coached basketball and baseball for over 30 years at the high school level and is currently coaching basketball at Austing Prep in Reading, MA. He was awarded the "Celtic's Hero Among Us Award" in 2002 for his work and fight against cancer. He also won the National Kidney Foundation Extraordinary Efford Award for Fundraising in 1996.

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