Lorimer Recordbooks

Updated on 20 July 2020


Grade 7 - Grade 12


Lorimer Recordbooks is a high/low nonfiction series that helps teens understand social issues through the stories of sports heroes. These books feature trailblazing NHL athletes who have overcome racial barriers in their lives and in their careers.


Name Size Format
*Lorimer Recordbooks: Series Teaching Guide 1.27 MB PDF

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