Going Places

[PDF] Going Places | by ✓ Fran Hurcomb [PDF] Going Places | by ✓ Fran Hurcomb - Going Places, Going Places Twelve year old Jess and her friends have been playing hockey with the boys in Fort Desperation Northwest Territories since they were six years old They d like to start a girls team in their communi

  • Title: Going Places
  • Author: Fran Hurcomb
  • ISBN: 9781554690190
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] Going Places | by ✓ Fran Hurcomb, Going Places, Fran Hurcomb, Going Places Twelve year old Jess and her friends have been playing hockey with the boys in Fort Desperation Northwest Territories since they were six years old They d like to start a girls team in their community but is tiny Fort Desperation ready for it Somebody is trying to scare them off through acts of vandalism Not only do Jess and her friends have to organize a team findTwelve year old

Going Places

[PDF] Going Places | by ✓ Fran Hurcomb [PDF] Going Places | by ✓ Fran Hurcomb - Going Places, Going Places Twelve year old Jess and her friends have been playing hockey with the boys in Fort Desperation Northwest Territories since they were six years old They d like to start a girls team in their communi Going Places

  • [PDF] Going Places | by ✓ Fran Hurcomb
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Going Places

197 thought on “Going Places

  1. I liked this than I thought I would while I appreciate what Orca publishing tries to do publish short books in the hopes of luring in reluctant readers they re still not my favourite so I wasn t expecting much here I found myself enjoying learning about life in the Northwestern Territories though I m also not a hockey person, but the big game at the end of the book, while simply written, managed to convey excitement and I can see young readers especially ones who enjoy hockey getting caught up [...]


  2. The book Going Places is a mediocre book Its a little boring and slow at parts but sometimes it s okay We think 8 11 would the age group interested in reading this novel We don t recommend it It s too short and not as descriptive as it could be If you are interested in hockey you might like the book because Jess, the main character, likes hockey, and the story revolves around the sport This 12 year old girl broke her collarbone playing boys hockey, and her mother suggests that she form a girls h [...]


  3. A really fun, short read Basically a female, Northern, small town version of the Screech Owls books, so right up my alley It felt very true to life in its details about small town, Northern life I would definitely read about the team.


  4. Alright for a sports story, but I was bored by the plot, characters, and writing But I did enjoy learning about life in the Northwest Territories I m sort of fascinated by rural Canada these days.


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