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Rafa Nadal: What Really Matters Is Being Happy Along the Way, Not Waiting Until You Reach the Finish Line

Rafa Nadal: What Really Matters Is Being Happy Along the Way, Not Waiting Until You Reach the Finish Line

Previous price: $18.95 Current price: $16.95
Publication Date: April 11th, 2017
Publisher:
Cuento de Luz SL
ISBN:
9788416733071
Pages:
32
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Description

Winner at the 2017 International Latino Book Awards. From the beginning, honesty and true values have always guided the great tennis player Rafa Nadal through success.

"Once upon a time, there was a little boy who loved tennis and soccer, just like so many other children in every corner of the world. He was four years old and he spent the whole day kicking a ball around and glued to a tennis racket". Rafa Nadal developed an innate talent for tennis as a child, and he always had a beacon of light that reminded him of what is truly important: respect, commitment, family, truth, responsibility.

The What Really Matters Series presents real-life stories of people who realized their greatest potential despite challenges presented to them. Endorsed by the main characters, it benefits the What Really Matters Foundation, which promotes universal human values by showcasing extraordinary achievements by inspiring people.

About the Author

Marta Barroso is a Spanish journalist. Since her university days, she was fortunate to practice her trade on television, radio, and various media outlets. She joined the Spanish ABC newspaper, home of her professional life for more than thirty years. She has written on many subjects and done many interviews, always focussed on her great interest in social issues.Mónica Carretero was born in Madrid, but now lives happily in Segovia, where she draws colorful illustrations and writes books for children. She assures that her job makes her feel alive. A passion well depicted in her sunny drawings and original, cheerful characters. She has illustrated dozens of books, games, and posters for Spain, England, France, Korea, Australia, and the United States. Since 2011, her work has been recognized on several occasions, being awarded at the London Book Fair, the Latino Book Awards in the United States, and also in the BookExpo America.