Sports Illustrated Kids My First Book of Hockey
If you're a sports lover who wants to learn the basics of the game of hockey this guide is for you! Kids will have fun learn all of the technical jargon in a visual format.
Title: Sports Illustrated Kids My First Book of Hockey
Author: Mark Bechtel and Beth Bugler
Illustrations: Bill Hinds & Photo Credits Vary
Publisher: Time Inc. Books
If you’re eager to learn the basics of the game of hockey this guide won’t disappoint. Readers will find photos of actual hockey players and big bold words like Forwards, Rink, Face-Off and more for easy reference. Readers will learn that an ice rink is divided into 5 lines which are 2 goal lines, a blue line and center red line. There are 3 periods lasting 20 minutes. A player in control of the puck should watch out or he might get checked. If the goalie stops a puck from going in that’s called a save. Each page has short bursts of information that are easy to read and with the cool photos make learning about hockey even easier. Parents and coaches will approve of this instructional guide. A funny cartoon character adds a little humor kids will enjoy.
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