Kate's Really Good at Hockey
About the Book
Best. Summer. Ever. At least it was supposed to be.
Kate can't wait to attend the elite girls' hockey camp in Denver and go up against some of the best players from around the world. But then Mom says Kate has to stay with her grandma in Denver, who doesn't care about Kate's hockey dreams at all. And two players at the camp have it in for Kate both on and off the ice. Toss in a tough-as-nails coach and a huge family secret, and Kate's perfect summer isn’t turning out quite like she planned.
Kate's Really Good at Hockey is a story about family, friendship, and doing what it takes to follow your dreams.
About the Book
She is also co-executive of the Editorial Freelancers Association and an active member of the American Copy Editors Society, committed to excellence and professionalism in the industry.
- Howard Shapiro has written four children's books, three graphic novels and a biography. He lives in Pittsburgh, PA where he runs the day-to-day publishing side of Animal Media Group LLC bringing ten years of indie publishing experience to the role.Howard Shapiro lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with his wife and two sons. The controller for the Pittsburgh-based visual effects firm, Animal Inc., he has written ten books. "The Stereotypical Freaks" was his first graphic novel. Joe Pekar is a comic book illustrator who specializes in commission work. Liezel Buenaventura is a very in-demand colorist and has worked with Howard previously, they collaborated on the "Kate's Really Good At Hockey" graphic novel.