No End in Sight

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • No End in Sight
  • Rachael Scdoris
  • English
  • 23 March 2018
  • 0312352735

About the Author: Rachael Scdoris

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No End in Sight The inspirational first person story of a young dog sled racer who had to overcome incredible odds to compete she is legally blindFor than eleven years, twenty one year old Rachael Scdoris has been guiding teams of sled dogs across jagged mountain ranges, frozen rivers, dense forests, and desolate tundra at speeds exceeding twenty mph Not only is Rachael the youngest athlete to ever complete a 500 mile sled dog race mile, but she is also legally blind and has been since birth Though she faced resistance from race organizers, Rachael finally achieved her goal of competing, with the aid of a visual interpreter, in the 2005 Iditarod Trail International Sled Dog Race across the wilds of Alaska No End in Sight is a story full of heartache and hope, challenge and courage and ultimately the triumph of dreaming big and working to make those dreams come true. New Read No End in Sight author Rachael Scdoris For Kindle ePUB or eBook – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “No End in Sight

  1. Debbie Zapata says:

    I found my 2005 edition of this book on a dealer s used book table in the plaza earlier this year I could not find this exact edition in the GR database, though All of the ones listed there have Scdoris herself as the author, but mine lists Rick Steber as author Of course I was confused about that until I read the introduction, which was written by Scdoris There she explains that she told her story to family friend Steber and asked him to write it for the world, which explained the mystery o I found my 2005 edition of this book on a dealer s used book table in the plaza earlier this year I could not find this exact edition in the GR database, though All of the ones listed there have Scdoris herself as the author, but mine lists Rick Steber as author Of course I was confused about that until I read the introduction, which was written by Scdoris There she explains that she told her story to family friend Steber a...

  2. Mom says:

    As an eight year old legally blind girl, Rachael Scdoris decided that she wanted to be a sled dog musher and to run the Iditarod She faced many challenges along the way but was determined to achieve her goal Her story is inspiring and informative Written in a very s...

  3. Nikki Horne says:

    No End In Sight is a great inspirational story for children to read I myself was given this book at the age of 12 and I loved it It is true story about a girl named Rachael Scdoris who is blind She is also a sled dog racer It tells the journey off her overcoming her blindness and doing what she is passionate about regardless of her disability I think this book would be considered a social issue because of her disability It is hard to talk to children about disabilities because they usually No End In Sight is a great inspirational story for children to read I myself was given this book at the age of 12 and I loved it It is true story about a girl named Rachael Scdoris who is blind She is also a sled dog racer It tells the journey off her overcoming her blindness and doing what she is passionate about regardless of her disability I think this book would be considered a social issue because of her disability It is hard to talk to children about disabilities because they usually cannot relate to them With the help of this book, children can have a different perspective about disabilities They can realize that although someone may be different than them, they can still accomplish great things Just because someone has a disability does not mean that someone cannot follow their dreams This book is such a great example of that and especially so because it is based off of Rachael Scdoris s actual life ...

  4. Emily says:

    I read this book in eighth grade, and I enjoyed it so much that I loaned it to my English teacher It pains me that I never got it back Six years later, I remember enjoying the story immensely and being thoroughly inspired I would love to read it again.

  5. Emilia says:

    This eye opening autobiography was interesting and easy to read I learned much about blindness and loved seeing the world from Rachael s point of view My favorite chapters were the ones in which she described sledding with the dogs and the care she showed for each of them Racheal is ju...

  6. Shannonmde says:

    Glossary of sled dog terms in back of book. helpful to read before reading the rest of the book Some of the places she describes in the book are so big and beautiful sounding or big and dangerous that I find myself looking them up on Google Maps Google Images to get a clearer picture of where we are since it is such a foreign landscape to me Reading the book and hearing the name dropping she does about people who support her or people she s met while making so little mention of her mom make Glossary of sled dog terms in back of book. helpful to read before reading the rest of the book Some of the places she describes in the book are so big and beautiful sounding or big and dangerous that I find myself looking them up on Google Maps Google Images to get a clearer picture of where we are since it is such a foreign landscape to me Reading the book and hearing the name dropping she does about people who support her or people she s met while making so little mention of her mom make me wonder about her relationship with her mom Is her mom really that absent While Rachael likes to say that she sometimes runs her mouth ...

  7. Jonathan McFerran says:

    This book took me on an adventurous journey across the frozen Alaskan tundra I enjoyed reading about the hardships Rachael faced for being a blind dog sled racer, and the way she overcame the many preconceptions others had of her Throughout the book, she proves to be a force to be reckoned with and shows, even professional dog sled racers, that she can do anything she puts her mind to Rachael and Rick also do a remarkable job incorporating the lifestyle of what it takes to be part of a dog sl This book took me on an adventurous journey across the frozen Alaskan tundra I enjoyed reading about the hardships Rachael faced for being a blind dog sled racer, and the way she overcame the many preconceptions others had of her Throughout the book, she proves to be a force to be reckoned with and shows, even professional dog sled racers, that she can do anything she puts her mind to Rachael and Rick also do a remarkable job in...

  8. Kerri says:

    The exciting and inspirational story of Rachael Scdoris, a professional sled dog musher who happens to be legally blind Scdoris tells of her childhood in Oregon, participating in track and cross country in high school, and her life on the sled, starting when she was first allowed to drive a dog team at the age of ten up until she became the first legally blind person to run the Iditarod Funny, fast paced and all in all an excellent book If you loved Touch The Top of the World by Erik Weihenma The exciting and inspirational story of Rachael Scdoris, a professional sled dog musher who happens to be legally blind Scdoris tells of her childhood in Oregon, participating in track and cross country in high school, and her life on the sled, starting when she was first allowed to drive a dog team at the age of ten up until she became the first legally blind person to run the Iditarod Funny, fast paced a...

  9. Conner says:

    This was an okay book There were quite a few spots where the book really slowed down I also am not that big of a fan of biographies I did think that the life of sled dog racer was interesting but it just didn t seem that well written It seemed like in places there rea...

  10. Michelle says:

    From the beginning Rachael s life is one of hardship However she lives her life according to her rules She loves the outdoors and enjoys her father s sled dogs As Rachael grows she decides she wants to learn to ru...