Ice Skating Adventures
It's cold outside! Curl up, get cozy and read!
Angelina Ice SkatesAngelina and some other mice are preparing for a New Year's Eve ice skating show, but the hockey players keep getting in the way until Angelina gets them involved.
By Katharine Holabird
JUV E HOLABIRD
I Really, Really Need Actual Ice SkatesWhen Lola goes ice skating with her friend Morten, she absolutely must have her own skates, but her brother Charlie reminds her of all the other things sitting in the closet that she "absolutely" had to have.
By Bridget Hurst
JUV E HURST
Pink Around the RinkPinkalicious's new ice skates are plain white, so before she takes them out on the ice she decides to color them with her cotton candy pink magic marker.
By Victoria Kann
JUV E KANN (EASY READER)
Pearl's New SkatesPearl's birthday skates have a single blade and learning to use them is harder than she expects. Pearl has new skates. They are real skates (not double runners), and she can't wait to try them. Pearl inches out onto the frozen pond. But instead of twirling, she topples. Instead of spinning, she falls -- splaaat! Pearl has new skates. They are shiny white with red tassels, and she loves them. Will Pearl ever skate in real life the way she skates in her dreams?
By Holly Keller
JUV E KELLER
By Eileen Spinelli
JUV E SPINELLICallie Cat loves to ice skate and when she hears about the Honeybrook Ice Skating Contest she decides to enter, only to find that winning is not as important as the joy of skating.
|Bella Gets Her Skates On|
By Ian Whybrow
JUV E WHYBROW
When Daddy Rabbit announces the lake is hard enough for skating, Bella worries about what could happen. But as she hesitantly tries, she finds her worries are all for naught.
It's a Big World, Little Pig!Poppy's big dreams lead her to Paris for the world games ice skating championship. Nervous but ever courageous and supported by her family, she embarks upon the adventure head-on. Poppy meets a snowboarding panda, a Maltese who skies, and two fellow skaters, a crane and a Kangaroo. She begins to realize that although these animals look different, act different, and are from different places, they are all the same at heart.
By Kristi Yamaguchi
JUV E YAMAGUCHI