My Granny Loves Hockey by Lori WeberMy Granny Loves Hockey by Lori Weber

My Granny Loves Hockey

byLori WeberIllustratorEliska Liska

Hardcover | October 1, 2014

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Granny has always dreamed of playing hockey. As a child, she could only watch the boys play on the lake until her mom called her home to do more chores. Now, her granddaughter wheels her to the park, where Granny watches the kids play at the rink. One day, the doctor says Granny should take it easy, but she disagrees. So does her granddaughter. She knows that what Granny needs to perk her up is a chance to take a shot on net. With the help of the boys and girls on the ice, Granny finally fulfills her dream.

Lori Weberis the author of seven young adult novels, includingYellow MiniandPicture Me.Granny Loves Hockeyis her first picture book. Lori teaches English and Creative Writing at John Abbott College in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec. She lives in Pointe-Claire, Québec, with her husband, daughter, and two cats. In the winter, she watche...
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Title:My Granny Loves HockeyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 9.8 × 9.8 × 0.98 inPublished:October 1, 2014Publisher:Simply Read BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927018439

ISBN - 13:9781927018439

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On Saturday nights, Granny and I watch hockey. I wheel Granny close to the screen. That way, she can follow the puck as it whips around the rink. When someone scores, Granny and I shout “hooray.” “Did you play hockey when you were little?” I ask Granny.“When I was little, girls were not allowed to play hockey,” she says.“Why not?”“It was only for boys.”“What did girls do?”“They learned how to make soup and clean and sew.”“Were they allowed to watch hockey on television?” I ask.Granny laughs. “There was no television back then, honey,” she says.“What was there?”“There was only the rink on the lake behind our house. It froze all the way across, to where the pine forest stood.”