What are the best hockey fiction books for kids?

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    #1Mystery at Lake Placid (Screech Owls)

    Mystery at Lake Placid (Screech Owls)

    Mystery at Lake Placid is a children's mystery fiction and the first book in Screech Owls series written by Roy MacGregor. It is first published in 1995. 

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    Zeng He
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "Lake Placid will forever go down as one of the greatest moments in US Olympic history. MacGregor takes that and runs with it in a very well written mystery about a children's hockey team that runs into a lot of problems when they play in a tournament at the historical venue. It teaches values of of never giving up to children and is a great read for any children sport fan."
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    #2Hockey Girl

    Hockey Girl

    Hockey Girl is a young adult sports fiction book written by Natalie Hyde. It is first published in 2012 by Fitzhenry & Whiteside.

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    Dan Li
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "My kids like to play hockey. My daughter really likes to read. She wanted a new book so I picked up a copy of Hockey Girl. She really liked it. I glanced over it and thought it was a good young adult book."
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    #3Podium Finish

    Podium Finish
    Podium Finish is a young adult contemporary romance fiction novel written by Beth Pond. This sports romance book is first published in 2013 by Astraea Press. 
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    Joan Webb
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Looks pretty good!"
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    #4The Kindergarten Caper (Screech Owl)

    The Kindergarten Caper (Screech Owl)

    The Kindergarten Caper is a young adult mystery fiction and the prequel of Screech Owl series written by Roy MacGregor. It is first published in 2008. 

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    Philip Hicks
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "looking at the link, it seem like a really good book for a kid. its well written and a bit funny"
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    #5The Screech Owls' Home Loss

    The Screech Owls' Home Loss

    The Screech Owls' Home Loss is a young adult mystery fiction and the eighth book in Screech Owls series written by Roy MacGregor. It is first published in 1998. 

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    Jeffrey Walters
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "I bought this book for my elementary-school-aged nephew and he loved it! Obviously you have to be inerested in hockey to really care for the book but as long as your child hits that requirement, it'll all good. He loved reading the past seven books in the series and this eighth one was just as good."
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    #6Power Play in Washington (Screech Owls)

    Power Play in Washington (Screech Owls)

    Power Play in Washington is a young adult mystery fiction and then sixteenth book in Screech Owls series written by Roy MacGregor. It is published in 2001. 

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    Adrián Zamudio
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This has everything! Hockey, of course, and a trip to Washington, D.C. -- and the president! Naturally, it has my favorite team, the Screech Owls! I love the whole seies, but this book was especially fun! Try it!"
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    #7The Hockey Mystery (The Boxcar Children)

    The Hockey Mystery (The Boxcar Children)

    The Hockey Mystery is a children's mystery fiction and the eightieth book in The Boxcar Children series written by Gertrude Chandler Warner. It is published in 2000. 

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    Henry Duncan
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "The Hockey Mystery is a children mystery book by Gertrude Chandler Warner. Filled with adventure and suspense, it will entertain children from all ages. The characters are interesting and the story line is fun with different plot twists. "
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    #8Power Plays (The Jessie Mac)

    Power Plays (The Jessie Mac)

    Power Plays is a young adult sports fiction and the first book in The Jessie Mac series written by Maureen Ulrich. it is first published in 2007.

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    Amanda Yi
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "Oh, look! My 14-year old son is holed up in his bedroom, READING! This is because an author who was born in Saskatoon, Canada, and who knows how to write for teenagers has written a series of short novels about HOCKEY! This particular title features a girl as the main character, but her struggle with the sport is real. This story would capture the attention of many young people who love sports, and are being introduced to the competition among their peers. This book fits this category of "best hockey fiction books for kids" perfectly."
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    #9Frankenstein Doesn't Slam Hockey Pucks (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids)

    Frankenstein Doesn't Slam Hockey Pucks (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids)

    Frankenstein Doesn't Slam Hockey Pucks is the 34th book in the Adventures of the Bailey School Kids picture book series. It was authored by Debbie Dadey and Marcia T. Jones. It was illustrated by John Steven Gurney and was released in 1999.

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    Adam Wallace
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "My son and I are both hockey fans. I took him to his first NHL game a few weeks ago and we cannot wait for another one together. Since he is still young, I got him this book as a fun, family-friendly, little book about hockey. It is a great read for my son, and is something we can share together and love!"

Summary

Best What are the best hockey fiction books for kids
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Mystery at Lake Placid (Screech Owls)Books 25 Paid
2Hockey GirlBooks 22 Paid
3Podium FinishBooks 21 Paid
4The Kindergarten Caper (Screech Owl)Books 19 Paid
5The Screech Owls' Home LossBooks 18 Paid
6Power Play in Washington (Screech Owls)Books 17 Paid
7The Hockey Mystery (The Boxcar Children)Books 15 Paid
8Power Plays (The Jessie Mac)Books 14 Paid
9Frankenstein Doesn't Slam Hockey Pucks (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids)Books 6 Paid
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