by Beatrice Vandervelde
Tori is staying with family near Toronto while her parents deal with troubles back home. To keep a sense of normalcy, she joins the Rangers -- the worst hockey team in the league.
Fast-paced sports action novels that get kids reading.
Tori is staying with family near Toronto while her parents deal with troubles back home. To keep a sense of normalcy, this talented hockey player joins the Rangers -- the worst team in the league. The only girl on her team, Tori, befriends a girl on another team and their teammates resent this alliance between rivals. But when the Rangers discover Tori's talent for coaching, things start to look up for the team and for Tori. Home Ice is a compelling story about friendship and making the best of difficult circumstances.
About the Author
BEATRICE VANDERVELDE lives in Toronto where she taught elementary school for many years.
"An excellent story... the story is one of great friendship and caring. Readers will learn that no matter what the difficult circumstances may be in one's life, there are opportunities to overcome the challenges. The book is highly recommended for library and classroom use."
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