Hockey's Greatest Players
Did you know Bobby Orr was once considered too small to play hockey? Or that Jacques Plante was so poor as a kid, he had to learn how to knit? Hockey's greatest players were kids once too! This exciting Step into Reading/reg/ book takes a look at the greatest players--from Gordie Howe to Bobby Hull to Wayne Gretzky--in one of the fastest, roughest, and most popular professional sports--ice hockey.
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