Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Crossovers by LeAnne Hardy

Genre- Fiction/Christian/General

Published by- BookSurge Publishing

Copyrighted- 2009

Number of pages- 158

Age Group- Juvenile Fiction

Description of Book- paperback, list price $9.99, ISBN 978-1-7392-6104-0


Ben Bradley, a star hockey player, wants to be a figure skater and his sister, Denise, wants to play varsity hockey in high school.  Ben doesn’t want anyone to find about about what he and Denise want to do.  Life doesn’t always work like that and soon Ben finds out. 

Ben soon learns that the the truth is best and he should have come clean from the beginning.  Will his family and team members accept both of them for what they want to do?

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LeAnne Hardy has lived all over the world.  She has enjoyed many different cultural experiences.  She uses her experiences to write her books.



My Thoughts-  LeAnne Hardy did a wonderful job in this book of portraying the life of a young man who wants to figure skate and play hockey.  I was very impressed.  I think this book is a must read for all young men who want to participate in activities that usually are not done by their gender.

I enjoyed the addition of Ben’s sister, Denise, and how she had a similar problem.  She wanted to play varsity hockey in high school with the young men.  It was a good idea to add a young lady with a similar problem, so the young men who read this book can empathize with her.

We all need to learn from Ben that , it is better to take pride it what we do, no matter what others may say.  I’m glad that he was able to understand that what he enjoyed so much could be enjoyed by others.

I would recommend this book to all young men.

Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Crossover by LeAnne Hardy for free from Leanne Hardy. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

1 comment:

  1. So glad you liked it. I hope Denise's goals will make the book fun for girls as well as boys. Besides, I always enjoyed reading about boys when I was a young teen. :-)