I definitely caught Olympic fever this summer, and the U.S. Women’s soccer team's gold medal run provided one of the most fascinating storylines of the London Games. The team’s incredibly talented and outspoken goalkeeper, Hope Solo, made headlines throughout this year’s competition. Now that the games are over, you’ll have plenty of time to catch up on your reading—starting with Solo’s memoir, available in both an adult and a young reader edition.
To celebrate this publication, we asked Hope Solo to tell NOOK Blog readers 3 Things You Don’t Know About Me, and here’s what she had to say:
2) The logo of my high school is the nuclear mushroom cloud. One of our school cheers was, “Nuke ’em, nuke ’em, nuke ’em till they glow!”
3) I was nominated for homecoming princess every year, and senior year, I won.
Free sample excerpts from each edition of this book are available on the product pages now.
NOOK owners: go to shop and search for “Hope Solo” to download both editions of her inspiring memoir.
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