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The Moccasin Goalie
Classic Edition
By (author): William Roy Brownridge
William Roy Brownridge

Imprint:

Orca Book Publishers - Victoria

ISBN:

9781459813755

Product Form:

Paperback

Form detail:

Picture book, Adhesive bound, Laminated cover
Paperback , Picture book, Adhesive bound, Laminated cover
English

Audience:

Juvenile: Age (years) 3 - 5, Grade (CAN) P - K, Grade (US) P - K, Reading age 3 - 5
Oct 11, 2016
$10.95 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

10in x 8 x 0.13 in | 160 gr

Page Count:

32 pages

Illustrations:

32 Colour illustrations
FSC certified – mixed sources C016245
Orca Book Publishers
JUVENILE FICTION / Sports & Recreation / Hockey
Children’s / Teenage fiction: Sporting stories|Children’s picture books|Children’s / Teenage general interest: Winter sports: Ice hockey|Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: Self-awareness and self-esteem|Interest age: from c 3 years|Relating to people with mobility or physical disabilities or impairments
Saskatchewan
jC813/.54 23
 
CCBC Best Books 2017, Commended
  • Short Description
In this picture book, Danny proves that just because his disability won't allow him to wear hockey skates, he still makes a great goalie.
Can Danny prove himself on the ice?

Danny and his friends, Anita, Petou and Marcel, are typical youngsters—hockey mad.

Danny's disability means that he can’t wear skates, but his leather moccasins work just fine and earn him the name “Moccasin Danny.” When a town team is formed, the friends are overjoyed, but only Marcel is picked for the team. Will Danny get the chance to prove that even though he can’t wear a pair of skates, he can still play the game?

Originally released over a decade ago, The Moccasin Goalie is the first of three books in a well-loved series that includes The Final Game and Victory at Paradise Hill.

Author and illustrator William Roy Brownridge is a native of Saskatchewan. Like the hero of his Moccasin Goalie titles, Bill lived for hockey and played goal despite being unable to wear skates. In The Moccasin Goalie, he demonstrates the unique artistic style, the flair for storytelling and the feel for prairie life that have made all three of his volumes perennial favorites. After a successful career as a graphic designer, Bill now devotes himself full time to painting.

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