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Timberwolf Challenge

Timberwolf Challenge

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Timberwolf Challenge

Lunghezza:
56 pagine
42 minuti
Pubblicato:
Mar 1, 2008
ISBN:
9781554697533
Formato:
Libro

Descrizione

Johnny Maverick has come up with an idea to win a fundraising contest for the Howling Timberwolves hockey team. It seems fun, until a girl visits Howling and starts to win challenges against Johnny. The entire town finds it funny; even worse, his friends Tom and Stu like what's happening.
Pubblicato:
Mar 1, 2008
ISBN:
9781554697533
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

Sigmund Brouwer has written more than 100 books for readers of all ages including the 2015 Arthur Ellis Award-winning novel Dead Man's Switch (Harvest House). He is the author of the Justine McKeen series and the Howling Timberwolves series in the Orca Echoes line. He visits over 150 schools per year, speaking to over 60,000 students. Sigmund lives in Red Deer, Alberta.

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Timberwolf Challenge - Sigmund Brouwer

One

Wake-Up Call

Johnny Maverick was in his bedroom on a Saturday morning. He heard his friends Tom Morgan and Stu Duncan talking in the hallway. Johnny’s mom had let them into the house to wake up Johnny. They knew Johnny hated to get up early on Saturdays. That’s why they liked to get to his house early to wake him.

Johnny and Tom and Stu played for the Timberwolves hockey team in a small town called Howling. It was Tom’s first season on the team since moving from Toronto. Stu and Johnny had lived in Howling all their lives.

Tom and Stu knocked on the door.

Johnny didn’t answer. Unless there was a hockey game or practice, he never answered on Saturday mornings. Most of the time Tom and Stu had to drag him out of bed. That was another reason why they liked to get to Johnny’s house early to wake him up. Johnny always kicked and screamed and yelled when they dragged him out of bed.

They knocked again. Like always.

Johnny still didn’t answer. Like always.

Johnny heard the door open.

Johnsy Wonsy, Tom said, like he was talking to a little baby. Your Mumsy Wumsy says time for a diaper change.

Johnny didn’t think it was funny. Tom said the same thing every Saturday morning.

Stu laughed, though. Just like he laughed at that same joke every Saturday morning.

He must still be asleep, Stu whispered. His head is under the sheets.

Johnny knew it looked like he was in the bed. That’s because Johnny had stuffed some pillows with towels. He had used the pillows to make the shape of a body under the sheets.

But Johnny was not in the bed. Johnny was under the bed.

Yes, Tom said, "should we drag him out

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