hockey For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 15 books about hockey for kids.Hope you will like these books.
Try to spot the differences in photos and learn a little about hockey while you're at it. Grades 1-5.
Hockey fans who like to color will love these 30 illustrations depicting the sport's highlights and history. Portraits of superstars include Gretzky, Orr, and Howe. Dramatic illustrations recapture game action with images of a slap shot, penalty box, and victories leading to the Stanley Cup and the ......[Read More]
I thought this book was good for people that like the sport hockey and don't know a lot about the game and want to know the basics but if you already know how the game works I would not recommend this book to you.
I think this is my husband's favorite book of our son's. Any hockey lover would appreciate it for kids. Good illustrations also.
Since the 4-year-old is obsessed with all things ice skating and hockey, we own most picture books in that genre (side note: there is a shortage of books in this category). But, he loves this one. So, 5 stars for entertainment and rhymes about hockey.
MY FIRST BOOK OF HOCKEY: A ROOKIE BOOK: MOSTLY EVERYTHING EXPLAINED ABOUT THE GAMEWritten by the Editors of Sports Illustrated for KidsSeptember 2016, 48 PagesSports IllustratedGenre: hockey, sports, how-to, children's(I received an ARC from the NETGALLEY in exchange for......[Read More]
A very cute book with an important message: laughter makes difficult things easier! The illustrations are particularly cute and the message of a nervous child who gets a little gassy help kids understand that everyone has embarrassing moments. #TheDayMyFartFollowedMeToH......[Read More]
The second entry in the Then to Wow series is another winner - attractively designed and out in time for the 100th anniversary of the NHL, this historical look-back is sure to please fans old and new.
There’s a new kid in town!“A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.”—Wayne GretzkyMore often than not children relate themselves with the characters of a good story. In such circumstances, reading fiction can help them to get inspiratio......[Read More]
A charming book about friendship and hockey.
Ice hockey fans will pull on their skates and gear up for this Who HQ title about the Stanley Cup Finals--the National Hockey League's championship games.Out of the thirty-two pro hockey teams that compete, only one can call itself the champion and proudly hoist up the Stanley Cup--the oldest sports......[Read More]
4.5 stars.I love hockey. I mean, being from Chicago you pretty much have to. (Go Blackhawks!) I had to give this picture book a read- it looked too adorable to pass up. I'm really glad I did. This book is absolutely perfect for little sports fans everywhere.First, I have to say that this book is jus......[Read More]
The Dakota Hurricanes and Lightning are back again, and it is hockey tournament time!It’s the first hockey tournament of the season, and for many of the girls and boys on the two teams, it’s their first tournament. They’ll get to experience all the pressure and excitement as they play off for the Ic......[Read More]
The kids from the Dakota Lightning and Hurricanes are putting it all on the line as they travel to their state championships!It’s the end of the regular hockey season, and that means only one thing, it’s championship time! The girls and boys of the Dakota Hurricanes and Lightning have been working h......[Read More]