He’s rolling with the punches!
Aiden Walsh had no idea what he was in for when he receives community service for bullying another hockey player. He must be a companion for Eric McLean, a blind boy. Aiden doesn’t know what to do, especially when he discovers Eric plays for the Calgary Seeing Ice Dogs, a blind hockey team and he expects Aiden to play too.
Canadian Children’s Book Center – Our Choice Award
Nominated for the Golden Eagle Book Award!
Jacqueline reads from “A Goal In Sight”
On December 7th, 2002, The McNally-Robinson Bookstore hosted Jacqueline reading from her new book. Bob Nicholson, President of the Canadian Hockey Association opened the reading.
A Goal In Sight has been endorsed by Bob Nicholson, President of The Canadian Hockey Association, as an excellent resource book on bullying, on and off the ice. This book will be listed as a resource for teachers, parents and children with www.bullying.org.
After Jacqueline read from “A Goal In Sight”, members of the Calgary Seeing Ice Dogs and participants from the audience played a little blind hockey.
The Calgary Seeing Ice Dogs
The Calgary Seeing Ice Dogs are a real blind hockey team, based in Calgary, Alberta. For more information on the Calgary Seeing Ice Dogs, please call Randy at 403-257-5301.