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Come On America - The Inspirational Journey of Ambassador Dave Phillips

Mary Bogest

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Inspires readers to overcome the odds of physical challenges.
Exemplifies the importance of service to city, state, and country.
Shares stories that are historically relevant, involving national and international dignitaries and celebrities.
Fosters characteristics of true leadership.
Serves as an example of overcoming bullying.
Teaches young entrepreneurs the keys to success.
Composes an interesting biographical story of a young man who comes of age and leads an extraordinary and very successful life.
Teaches theories of good businessmen.
Shows the importance of perseverance.

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