My Leafs Sweater

I could see there was going to be a problem Either you loved the Leafs or you didn t understand So asserts young Michael in this engaging and beautiful children s picture book Journey back to 1976 and follow Michael who wants to be just like his hero, Darryl Sittler, captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs From his living room perch in front of the television and Hockey N I could see there was going to be a problem Either you loved the Leafs or you didn t understand So asserts young Michael in this engaging and beautiful children s picture book Journey back to 1976 and follow Michael who wants to be just like his hero, Darryl Sittler, captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs From his living room perch in front of the television and Hockey Night in Canada Michael dreams of playing for the Leafs We follow him out to the ice rink to play hockey with his friends, from store to store in search of a Leafs sweater and, finally, to the stands at a Leafs game to watch Sittler s extraordinary 10 point game In the end, Michael learns that there is much to the love of hockey than just having the sweater of your favorite player Now available in paperback, My Leafs Sweater is an enduring classic for all fans of the game, young and old.
My Leafs Sweater I could see there was going to be a problem Either you loved the Leafs or you didn t understand So asserts young Michael in this engaging and beautiful children s picture book Journey back to and

  • Title: My Leafs Sweater
  • Author: Mike Leonetti Sean Thompson
  • ISBN: 9781551923062
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “My Leafs Sweater”

    1. It's impossible to review this one without any bias. A kid's Christmas wish for a Leafs sweater was something I remember fondly. This book took me back to the Christmas where I got to see a Leafs-Habs game where my hero scored with only seconds left. The composition is average at best, but the heartstrings pull this one through. GO LEAFS!

    2. A young boy wants a Maple Leafs sweater for his birthday. When all the stores are sold out he goes to a game with his father and sees Darryl Sittler score six goals and four assists in one game.The storyline itself is quite cute, however the execution is lacking. The author’s attempt to pair the teams maple leaf logo and name with Canada and hockey itself comes off heavy handed. Making a simple and obvious point into an agenda. This book is riddled with awkward text and coloured large print w [...]

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