Save the Season A Choose Your Path Hockey Book

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 10/25/2016
  • Publisher: Lake 7 Creative

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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 overcome this sibling rivalry, 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!

Author Biography

Lisa M. Bolt Simons is a writer whose publications include 17 nonfiction children’s books and various articles in publications, such as Minnesota Parent and Minnesota Monthly. She exercises almost regularly and has been a loud yeller from the sidelines for her three brothers’ and now twin children’s sports teams. She competed in her first triathlon in her mid-40s, swore she’d never do it again, but did, anyway, the following summer. Her writing has been recognized with several awards and grants—and when she’s not writing, Lisa is also a licensed teacher. Originally from Colorado, she’s lived in Mexico, Italy, Japan, and now Faribault, MN. For more information, visit her website at lisamboltsimons.com.

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