The Howling Timberwolves need to win the best two out of three hockey games to make it to the championship finals. But first Johnny Maverick has to survive a visit from his six-year-old cousin, Sarah. And not even Johnny's dog Marvin is safe. Worse, Johnny's got a big lesson to learn on the ice, too. As always, Johnny and Stu and Tom think they have the answers. But, as usual, they are wrong.
"Simple storyline, chapter headings, and sketches help to make this a great addition for an emerging reader."
"This final book in the Timberwolf Series is sure to appeal to the hockey enthusiast and those who have faced the challenges of dealing with little kids. The humour…will hook readers in younger grades…Recommended for recreational reading as well as literature circles and thematic literature study."
"Brouwer ably weaves a believable tale around a life-lesson using humour, likable characters and the great Canadian game of hockey…[Ross] continues to support the emerging reader and the plot line with simple black and white drawings that emphasize the gamut of emotions felt by the main characters…Together, this team has created a chapter book that will appeal to a wide audience of readers."