Goodnight, Hockey Fans
Goodnight, Hockey Fans is about a little boy who is watching the hockey game on TV with his family until they make him go to bed before the game is over. The little boy worries if he can sleep or not. He turns on his dad’s old radio and puts it under his pillow. He listens to the hockey game, and then he falls asleep. He dreams that he was in the hockey game, then he shoots and he scores. His parents check on him and see their sleeping boy with the radio under his pillow.
I really liked Goodnight, Hockey Fans because my dad plays hockey. I read this book with my dad, and he said the announcer reminds him of watching hockey on Saturday nights when he was a kid. This book kind of reminds me of the book Goodnight, Moon because the boy is looking around his room and says goodnight to the hockey puck. I liked the illustrations. With it being nighttime and dark, the illustrator used teals instead of black, and it looked really good. It would be a great bedtime story to read to little hockey fans.
|Author||Andrew Larsen • Jacqui Lee, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Kids Can Press|
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