Woodsie by Bruce Brooks
(Wolfbay Wings)

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No one’s more surprised than hockey rookie Dixon Woods when he actually makes the champion Wolfbay Wings team—the best in half the country last year. But this year the Wings’ coach has left for another club, taking the five best players with him—and now the former champs are almost the worst in the league. It’ll take all of Woodsie’s hockey smarts to help turn things around. Is he smart enough and tough enough to take the heat?

 

About Bruce Brooks

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Bruce Brooks was born in Virginia and began writing fictiBruce Brooks was born in Virginia and began writing fiction at age ten. He graduated from the University of North Caron at age ten. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1972 and from the University Of Iowaolina at Chapel Hill in 1972 and from the University Of Iowa Writer's Workshop in 1980. He has worked as a newspaper rep Writer's Workshop in 1980. He has worked as a newspaper reporter, a magazine writer, newsletter editor, movie critic, torter, a magazine writer, newsletter editor, movie critic, teacher and lecturer.Bruce Brooks has twice received the Neacher and lecturer.Bruce Brooks has twice received the Newbery Honor, first in 1985 for "Moves Make the Man, " and aewbery Honor, first in 1985 for "Moves Make the Man, " and again in 1992 for "What Hearts." He is also the author of "Evgain in 1992 for "What Hearts." He is also the author of "Everywhere, Midnight Hour Encores, Asylum for Nightface, Vaniserywhere, Midnight Hour Encores, Asylum for Nightface, Vanishing, "and "Throwing Smoke." He lives in Brooklyn, NY. hing, "and "Throwing Smoke." He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
 
Published October 1, 1997 by HarperTrophy. 144 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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In the first book of the promising Wolfbay Wings series, Dixon Woods is new to hockey and new to the Wings, last year's regional champs.

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He starts practicing with the Wings, and during tryouts he learns that the coach and best players from the previous season have left the team, making for a shaky start to the new season.

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