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Save the Season: A Choose Your Path Hockey Book
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Publisher Lake 7 Creative
Publication date October 11, 2016
Pages 160
Binding Paperback
Book category Juvenile Fiction
ISBN-13 9781940647227
ISBN-10 1940647223
Original list price $8.95
Other format details juvenile
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You may have read sports books before, but you’ve never read one like this. You’re the main character, and it’s up to you to Save the Season! As the starting goalie for the local boys’ hockey team, you’ve got a good thing going. At least, you did. Now, you’re living a nightmare: The team’s new backup goalie might actually be better than you, and she’s your sister! Can you improve your skills and help the team become champions? Or will you lose the big tournament? Save the Season! isn’t like other hockey books for kids. With an interactive format, your choices affect the story’s outcome. Plus, it’s a game within a game: Collect points for your decisions in order to upgrade your character’s hockey skills. So read the book by Lisa M. Bolt Simons, collect the points, and choose to win!


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