The library has something for everyone. Whether you are researching a topic or looking for leisure reading, the library has many resources to choose from in a variety of formats. For example, say you are looking up the subject of hockey (okay it’s no secret that I love the sport). The library has you covered—no matter how old you are or what format you're looking for. Check out the variety of resources I can find on this one topic:
Directed by Gavin O’Conner
Based on the true underdog story of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team that won the Gold through hard work, determination, and team work.
Easy Reader: MY FIRST BOOK OF HOCKEY
By Mark Bechtel
This is the perfect book for anyone, not just a beginning reader, to read before their first hockey game. It explains the basic rules, terms, and positions of the game with clarity and humor.
Picture Book: DINO-HOCKEY
By Lisa Wheeler
It’s the carnivores vs the herbivores in this rhyming hockey match up. But who will win?
Young Adult: BEING SLOANE JACOBS
By Lauren Morrill
Sloane Emily Jacobs and Sloane Devon Jacobs meet in Montreal where they will stay in the same hotel while attending camp—one for figure skating, the other for ice hockey.
Graphic Novel: THE SCIENCE OF HOCKEY WITH MAX AXIOM, SUPER SCIENTIST
By B.A. Hoena
Sports and the graphic novel format teach the science behind the hockey. What a great way to learn about science!
E-Audio Book: THE BOYS OF WINTER
By Wayne Coffey
The back story of the 1980’s U.S. Olympic Hockey team comprised of interviews from the players and their opponents. Kirby Heyborne does an excellent job at narration.
Nonfiction: 99: STORIES OF THE GAME
By Wayne Gretzky
The history of the game as seen through the eyes of “The Great One” as he discusses those who have influenced him and the sport.
Romance: SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE
By Rachel Gibson
Georgeanne leaves the wealthy, older owner of the Chinooks Hockey Team at the altar, hitching a ride out of town with John Kawalsky, the new bad boy acquisition to the team.