Score!

The Action and Artistry of Hockey's Magnificent Moment

From the Series Spectacular Sports

  • Interest Level: Grade 5 - Grade 12   ·  
  • Reading Level: Grade 5

Do you know: Who once scored 10 goals in a single hockey game? How the Stanley Cup came to be hockey’s greatest prize? Why the United States’ victory over the Soviet Union at the 1980 Winter Olympics is known as the “miracle on ice”? Find out about the hardest slap shots, the most unstoppable one-timers, and the wildest attempts to put the puck in the net in Score!: The Action and Artistry of Hockey’s Magnificent Moment. From overtime game-winners to profiles of the greatest players and performances, this book is crammed with amazing facts for every hockey fan!

Format List Price Your Price Qty
978-0-76136-331-6
$51.99 $38.99
978-1-46775-942-7
$53.32 $39.99
Interest Level Grade 5 - Grade 12
Reading Level Grade 5
Genre Nonfiction
Subject Sports
Copyright 2011
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Millbrook Press ™, Lerner Digital ™
Language English
Number of Pages 64
Publication Date 2010-08-01
Reading Counts! Level 6.2
BISACS JNF054070
Dewey 796.355
Graphics 1-color illustrations, Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 9 x 9
Lexile 900
Guided Reading Level U
ATOS Reading Level 5.9
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 138161
Accelerated Reader® Points 2.0
Features Bibliography/further reading, Index, Reviewed, Sidebars, Table of contents, and Teaching Guides

Reviews

The Horn Book Guide

“Action photographs, pictures of old hockey trading cards, and a clean book design present an informative, entertaining package for hockey fans.” —The Horn Book Guide

Booklist

“Following the same formula they’ve honed in Long Ball (2006), Swish (2009), Touchdown (2009), and Goal! (2010), Stewart and Kennedy take readers on a chatty, photo-studded tour of the art of scoring in the rink. . . . Hockey is creeping up on the big-three team sports in terms of popularity in this country, but since there still aren’t many books covering much beyond the basics, this makes a worthy addition to any sports shelf.” —Booklist

Author: Mark Stewart

Mark Stewart has authored more than 250 nonfiction books for the school and library market. He also has interviewed a diverse group of famous Americans in his role as a magazine writer and editor—including Arthur Ashe, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Peter Max, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Big Bird (aka Carroll Spinney), Darryl "Run–DMC" McDaniels, Mike Wallace, and Brian Williams. Mark comes from a publishing family. His grandfather was Sunday Editor of The New York Times, his father ran The New York Times Book Division, and his mother was Articles Editor for Ladies Home Journal and McCall's. Mark's web site, JockBio.com, features comprehensive biographies of hundreds of athletes, and attracts more than one million readers a year. Mark graduated from Duke University with a degree in History. He serves as Board Secretary for two National Historic Sites, including the Twin Lights near his home overlooking Sandy Hook, New Jersey.

Author: Mike Kennedy

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