Power Plays

Maureen Ulrich

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Power Plays

Power Plays Fourteen year old Jessie moves to a new city and learns teamwork self reliance and a new kind of friendship when she joins the girls hockey team Jessie has left the close friendships she s had since

  • Title: Power Plays
  • Author: Maureen Ulrich
  • ISBN: 9781550503791
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fourteen year old Jessie moves to a new city and learns teamwork, self reliance and a new kind of friendship when she joins the girls hockey team Jessie has left the close friendships she s had since her childhood and isn t having an easy time fitting into her new Grade Nine class An older girl, Kim, takes a disliking to her, pushing her around and setting her up to beFourteen year old Jessie moves to a new city and learns teamwork, self reliance and a new kind of friendship when she joins the girls hockey team Jessie has left the close friendships she s had since her childhood and isn t having an easy time fitting into her new Grade Nine class An older girl, Kim, takes a disliking to her, pushing her around and setting her up to be attacked by a group of really rough kids who land her in jail It looks like life is going to be downhill from now on Then, because she used to play ringette, Jessie is invited to try out for the girls hockey team She doesn t expect to like it, but as her skills grow, she makes new friends girls who respect each other and rely on each other s strength and hard work Some even help her resist the bullies, until she can stand up for herself stand up to Kim, who s a pretty good hockey player herself, although not as good as she thinks she is A fast paced story about hockey, peer pressure and finding yourself.

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    One thought on “Power Plays

    1. Catherine Egan on said:

      I swear I really am Canadian, born and raised, but I have to confess: I don’t get hockey. I’m not a big sports-watcher in general. So I can say with authority that a knowledge of or interest in the game is not required to enjoy Maureen Ulrich’s first book in the Jessie Mac trilogy, Power Play, about a not-entirely-likeable teenager navigating the treacherous waters of high school and team sports.I had mixed feelings about Jessie while reading this book, and my ultimately positive take on h [...]

    2. Ilford Dectol on said:

      A great read, about girls' hockey, and other girls' power plays, in the dressing room and beyond!

    3. Deborah Rush on said:

      One of the best books to deal, realistically, with the trials of being a teen girl in todays volatile enviroment. Every girl ( and her Mom) should read it.

    4. Bill Bunn on said:

      Power Plays, by Maureen Ulrich, is a lovely read. I finally got around to finishing it last evening. It's the first of a trilogy. I cared about her main character, Jessie. Small town life alienates Jessie when her dad's career forces a move from Saskatoon to Estevan. Small-town teenage shenanigans alienate her to the point where a fledgling girls' hockey team is her only outlet. Even Jessie isn't sure how her hockey debut is going to work out. The hockey team, too, is on shaky ground. The player [...]

    5. Keely Dunn on said:

      A very solid book. Jessie's reactions to everything difficult - the bullying, her loneliness, etc. - by covering up and pretending to be ok is very realistic. Some of the secondary characters were a little flat but at least many of them were active, strong girls - Kathy Parker was my favorite, probably because she has an immense temper and plays rough and I certainly relate to that in a sporting context. Ulrich does a great job in describing hockey plays accurately but without drawing them out t [...]

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