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All Blacks Don't Cry

A Story of Hope

By John Kirwan | Paperback | 2 Review(s)

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John Kirwan was one of the most devastating wingers New Zealand, and world, rugby had ever seen. A prominent and revered figure at the dawn of the professional age of rugby, he seemed to live a charmed life. Nobody knew, though, that behind closed doors 'JK' was living a life of tormented fear.... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
25 Oct 2010
Author(s)
John Kirwan
Publisher
Penguin Group (NZ)
ISBN-13
9780143204800
Dimensions
155mm x 234mm x 18mm
Pages
240
Format
Paperback
Release Date
25 Oct 2010
Author(s)
John Kirwan
Publisher
Penguin Group (NZ)
ISBN-13
9780143204800
Dimensions
155mm x 234mm x 18mm
Pages
240

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19 Apr 2017

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John Kirwan's inspirational story of fighting devastating depression while living a public life as one of New Zealand's most prominent rugby players. Stand By Me examines issues around teenage mental health and provides a guide for parents, caregivers and teachers.

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22 Apr 2014

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John Kirwan's inspirational story of fighting devastating depression while living a public life as one of New Zealand's most prominent rugby players.

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