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Z is for Zamboni: A Hockey Alphabet: (Large Board Book)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 16, 2003
Yesterday we read the book called Z is for Zamboni in our grade four class. It was a good book. We enjoyed reading the book and learning more information about hockey. Our class thought the illustrations were just beautiful! We have also read M is for Maple when studying Canada in our room. We are hooked on Matt Napier's books now. We would love to read any other titles he might have written.
We are wondering how the author got his ideas. Is he a hockey fan? We are also curious to find out what Mr. Napier's favourite book is. We want to find out if he has a favourite hockey team. Mrs. Mako hopes that it is the Montreal Canadians!!!!Ok or the Toronto Maple Leafs!!
We think that Matt's next book should be T is for Toronto!!
Mrs. Mako's Grade Four Class
Highview Public School
Aurora, Ontario
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 8, 2003
This is a must for any hockey fan with children. Not only is it a traditional ABC's book, it also teaches about the history of hockey and helps people of all ages get a better appreciation for the game.
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on August 19, 2005
This book hit me hard. It is an absolute joy to read. I originally bought it as an afterthought to add to a display of Canadian themed books for my students to read in their spare time, but once I actually picked it up and read it, I realized its full potential. This is a great book to add to all collections regardless of age or gender. While hockey buffs will immediately be drawn to this book, others will fall in love with it, too. Also, it would make a great gift for so many people I know. An awesome find!
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on December 2, 2002
I was absolutely first-line, rookie-of-the-year impressed by "Z is for Zamboni." I don't think there could have been much more crease-crashing, glove-wearing, hockey-spelling hockey in this book. Everyone I've shown it to has been impressed both by the amount of hockey in the book, and also by the fact that all 26 some-odd letters have a rhyme specifically written for them, relating to the "old stick and puck." I would recommend this book to anyone interested in hockey, or the alphabet.
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on December 3, 2002
In his incredible debut to the world of children's books, Matt Napier manages to bring to life one of the world's greatest sports with both vivacity and ingenuity. His choices for each letter of the alphabet are carefully thought out and well represented, giving a clear yet diverse insight into Canada's national pastime.
Coupled with Melanie Rose's detailed illustrations, this book is a sure hit for a child (or child at heart) of any age. Kudos to this fine young author!
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on November 27, 2002
Matt Napier must be some sort of genius because I've never seen a more beautifully written children's book since "The Giving Tree." Not to mention, the illustrations which are absolutely fabulous. Melanie Rose is truly a great artist. Get this book hot off the press because it's going fast!
I've purchased several copies for Christmas gifts and I can't wait until Matt Napier breaks into the children's world again with another beautiful and informative book.
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on December 2, 2002
Wow. That's all that comes to mind after reading this humdinger. My new wife Jan and I could not get enough of this book. We read it to our daughter Carly about once a week. She can't get enough! I'm really excited to see what this talented, stable, potential-filled kid will do next.
And talk about his performance on Off The Record!
I'm going to agree with the rest of the world on this one: Zing.
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on January 1, 2003
My 4 year old "hockey-nut" son absolutely adores this book. It makes bedtime easier because he knows we get to read this book. As a first grade teacher, I applaude the way that the authors have also made this a "teaching" book. My son is now recognizing the alphabet as we read the book. I plan on buying several more and giving it as a gift! A++++++
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on September 25, 2014
Arrived one day early. The gift wrap was very nice. The pictures are great and have a nice polished look to them. The overall quality of the book is fantastic. However, the boardbook is a bit limited. This is the only downside, as there are no rhymes like in the description. The little guy loved it anyway, though.
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on November 24, 2002
Matt Napier and Melanie Rose have captured the excitement and history of the game, in this beautifully written and illustrated book. Whether you play hockey, or simply enjoy watching the games, "Z is for Zamboni" is becoming a favorite among children and adults alike!
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