These are the questions most often asked by parents of young people participating in sports: Why doesn't the coach substitute more? Why does my child have to ride the team bus home? Is it good to give everyone a trophy? Why do administrators protect incompetent coaches?
Every parent and every coach should have a copy of this book.
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Mel Roustio is a parent, grandparent, and author. He has served as a coach, athletic director, scout for major league baseball, and as an umpire. In the past few years he has conducted clinics for the training of coaches, and seminars for parents and coaches.
His first book, "Courtside Memories," stories about Illinois basketball, was published in 1998.Review:
"... guaranteed to provide a winning formula for parents."
Taylor Bell (Former sport's writer, Chicago Tribune/Sun Times) -- Publisher correspondence, August, 2002
"Excellent read for parents ... answers to questions I hear at events I cover."
Ken Roberts (St. Louis Post Dispatch) -- Publisher correspondence, August, 2002
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Book Description Consortium Publishing Company, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0970717350