Danger Zone

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James Lorimer & Company, Jan 20, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Jason loves playing for his Calgary hockey team, but everything changes when he accidentally checks an opposing player from behind.

The player hits the boards hard and is seriously hurt, and Jason faces suspension from the league. Against tough odds, Jason must find a way to prove himself -- to his family, his friends, his teacher and to his team.

Powerful and entertaining, Danger Zone follows the struggle of an underdog -- both on and off the ice. [Fry Reading Level - 3.8]
 

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Contents

Goon Patrol
1
School Stuff
4
Check Stop
10
Food Fight
16
Breaking News
24
Bully Boy
27
Family Feud
30
Read Between the Lines
35
Wordplay
53
Dad Talks
56
Allies
60
A Way With Words
66
A Different Kind of Fight
70
Going Public
75
In the Game
79
Final Goal
85

Official Business
40
Miss Zindel Steps In
45
On Ice
50
Payoff
89
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MICHELE MARTIN BOSSLEY was born in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., but grew up in Calgary from the time she was five. She is the author of ten other children\s books including Taking a Dive runner-up for the R. Ross Annett Award in Children's Literature and The Perfect Gymnast nominated for the 1999 Manitoba Reader's Choice Award. One of her more recent books Pool Princess has been nominated for a Golden Eagle Children's Choice Award. Michele has been involved in both synchronized swimming and competitive swimming since her teens. She has also coached young swimmers and draws on much of that experience for her books.