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Author MacGregor, Roy, 1948- author.

Title The highest number in the world / Roy MacGregor ; illustated by Geneviève Després.

Publication Info. Toronto, Ontario : Tundra Books, [2014]
©2014

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Casa Verdugo Library Children's Fiction    jO MACGREGOR,ROY    Available
 GDL Central Library Children's Fiction    jO MACGREGOR,ROY    Available
 PAS Allendale Branch Juvenile, Picture Books    E MACGREGOR,R    Available
 PAS Central Library Juvenile, Picture Books    E MACGREGOR,R    Available
 PAS Hill Avenue Branch Juvenile, Picture Books    E MACGREGOR,R    Available
 PAS La Pintoresca Branch Juvenile, Picture Books    E MACGREGOR,R    Available
Description 32 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.
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Note "Edited by Samantha Swenson"--Title page verso.
Summary A riff on The Hockey Sweater for girls, an intergenerational story of the shared love of the sport, and a celebration of the storied Number 9 in hockey. 9-year-old Gabe (Gabriella) Murray lives and breathes hockey. She's the youngest player on her new team, she has a nifty move that her teammates call "the Gabe," and she shares a lucky number with her hero, Hayley Wickenheiser: number 22. But when her coach hands out the team jerseys, Gabe is stuck with number 9. Crushed, Gabe wants to give up hockey altogether. How can she play without her lucky number?
Language Text in English.
Subject Girls -- Juvenile fiction.
Hockey players -- Juvenile fiction.
Fortune -- Juvenile fiction.
Hockey -- History -- Juvenile fiction.
Girls -- Fiction.
Hockey players -- Fiction.
Luck -- Fiction.
Hockey -- History -- Fiction.
Sports -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Sports stories.
Picture books for children.
Added Author Després, Geneviève, illustrator.
Swenson, Samantha, editor.
ISBN 9781770495753
1770495754

 
    
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