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Shabash!
New edition
By (author): Ann Walsh
9781550028294 Paperback, Trade English Juvenile: Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 JUVENILE FICTION / Sports & Recreation / Hockey British Columbia Mar 07, 2008
$11.99 CAD
Active 5.25 x 8.25 x 0.2 in | 140 gr 112 pages Dundurn
 
Silver Birch Award 1996, Short-listed
Rana’s on the team — but is he still all alone?

Short-listed for the 1996 Silver Birch Award

As a Sikh living in small-town British Columbia, Rana knows he is different. In fact, he is the first Sikh in Dinway to try out for the hockey team. But Rana persists, making the team and meeting Les, who becomes fast friends with him.

Still, the bullying from his teammates and community members continues. Then, just before the most important game of the season, an extraordinary event interrupts the lives of everyone in Dinway, and Rana risks everything.

  • The lone Sikh member of a youth hockey team in small-town B.C. struggles with bullying and prejudice while trying to shine on the ice
  • Reissue of the 2008 book that has become a perennial seller and been added to reading lists at Canadian schools
  • Earlier editions sold nearly 2,000 copies

Ann Walsh is the author of thirteen books for young people. She is a winner of the Canadian Children’s Book Centre Our Choice Award, the Forest of Reading Golden Oak Award, and was a Canadian Library Association Notable selection. She was also shortlisted for the Forest of Reading Silver Birch Award and the B.C. Book Prize. She lives in Victoria, B.C.

Many boys Rana's age would have shared the same feelings dealing with discrimination and could easily relate to Rana. Shabash! would make a great addition to a classroom, sparking many interesting discussions. The story not only deals with prejudice but also with how feelings and actions can cause reactions and how we can make a difference just by accepting others as they are. - CM Magazine

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