Over At The Rink - A Hockey Counting Story


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Count all the ways to have fun at the hockey rink!

Over at the rink
Where the anthem's sung,
The whole town gathered
For some hockey fun.

Set to the catchy rhythm of the traditional counting song "Over in the Meadow", Over at the Rink describes a delightful jaunt to the local ice rink. The story of the game is counted up to ten, when the players finally hoot, "Let's play again!"

Scot Ritchie's expressive, humourous illustrations capture the excitement of the day, perfectly complementing the rhyming story. This is one title that will have young readers yelling, "Let's read it again!"

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Praise for Over at the Rink:

"Kids don't have to be hockey fans to enjoy the bouncing rhythm of this counting book . . . [Over at the Rink] will have little Crosby wannabes chanting along as the book is read aloud. Scot Ritchie's boldly hued, cartoonish illustrations are a perfect match for this primer on numbers, hockey, and playing fair." -Quill & Quire