3 edition of boy and the ice; (and), The dog and the butcher; (and), The horse and the meat found in the catalog.
boy and the ice; (and), The dog and the butcher; (and), The horse and the meat
L. A. Hill
|Statement||(by L.A. Hill ; illustrations by Gavin Rowe).|
|Series||Oxford graded readers|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Boy on Ice is the story of Hockey enforcer Derek Boogaard. Boogaard started playing hockey as a kid in Canada, and against the odds, made it to the NHL. At his death, he was the enforcer for the New York Rangers and one of the best enforcers playing the game.
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Widely regarded as the toughest man in the NHL, Boogaard was a gentle man off the ice but a merciless fighter on it. With great narrative drive, Branch recounts Boogaard's unlikely journey from lumbering kid playing pond-hockey on the Cited by: 4.
Boy on Ice is a startling indictment of the groupthink that prevails within America’s vast athletic industrial complex. Steve Almond - New York Times Book Review.
Meticulously reported and beautifully written. Bryan Cronan - Christian Science Monitor. A fine, impeccably researched book. Stephen Brunt - New York TimesBrand: Norton, W. & Company, Inc. It is a great book to teach about ice, liquids, and the water cycle. I would definitely recommend this book.
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Each day I labored to find the right look. Here, I tried doing away with the line around the ice cubes. "Boy on Ice" by John Branch explores the life and death of Derek Boogaard, an NHL enforcer who died at 28 of an overdose after a career filled with concussions.
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