Isobel’s Stanley Cup
Looks like Katelyn has Isobel in her book bag.
(Thanks to Kim Dunford for the cute photo.)
Guess what! There is now a free teachers’ guide for Isobel’s Stanley Cup. Click here to download.
As a former teacher myself, I know how difficult it is to find time to prep new units — no matter how much you want to. Well, the work has been done for you. Click on the link above to get your free downloadable teachers’ guide for Isobel’s Stanley Cup and share the fun of this feel good story with your entire class.
Isobel has been reviewed in CM Magazine. 5/5 stars! The reviewer, Ruth Latta, says, “I hope that this tiny, perfect, uniquely Canadian novel will turn up under many Christmas trees this December.” ME TOO! Click here to read the whole review.
First Review is in There Will Be Books, and it’s a good one. Click here to read it.
I’ve been interviewed!
Victoria Book Launch
Thanks, Karen Autio, for sharing your photo.
You Could Win!
At each of my launches for ISOBEL'S STANLEY CUP, I shall be holding draws for prints of this painting—Vintage Skates. I'll even sign your print -- and your book too.
1st Launch -- October 1st, 2018 (7 pm - 9:30 pm) at the Victoria Events Centre, Victoria, BC
2nd Launch -- October 6th, 2018 (11 am - 1:30 pm) at the Nanaimo Ice Centre in Nanaimo, BC
The Books Are in the Building!
It’s always cause for celebration when the new books arrive. Though I’ve read the story a hundred times, pored over the page proofs, and seen the cover, holding that book in my hands and paging through it is different somehow. This particular book is more special than most, because I have been waiting for it for so long. At one point, I wasn’t sure it was ever going to get published. But here it is.
And now I’m anxious to show it off. Please join me at the Crwth Press book launch on October 1st, and let me share my excitement — and the book.
Another great review.
“ Excellent. Middle schoolers will enjoy this book, especially girls who play hockey or other sports. Boys will also appreciate the historical accuracy of the game. This book could be used a part of a Canadian history class. ” – Resource Links
There’s an article in the Vancouver Sun featuring Isobel. Click here to read it.