There’s a new hockey book trailer on YouTube! I recently made a trailer for my young adult sports novel, Face-Off. Rival twin brothers battle on and off the ice in this dynamic young adult ice hockey novel written when I was just 16-years-old.
Discover why this compelling sports book for upper elementary age, middle school, and high school has appeared on so many reading lists including Best Books for Young Teen Readers Grades 7-10 and a list produced by the Hockey Hall of Fame’s Junior Education Program.
Watch the hockey book trailer below for an introduction to Face-Off. If you’ve already read the book, then I hope you enjoy seeing your favorite characters come to life. I’d appreciate it if you could give the video a like on YouTube and share it with anyone who might be interested.
Schools and libraries: You’ll also find it listed at OverDrive, Baker & Taylor, and other catalogs geared toward libraries.
Stacy Juba wrote her first young adult novel, Face-Off, when she was 16 years old because she couldn’t find any fiction books to read about ice hockey. It was published during her freshman year in college, and she hasn’t stopped writing since. She published the sequel, Offsides, 26 years later and was excited to continue the story of rival twin brothers Brad and T.J. McKendrick. Stacy is also the author of acclaimed mystery novels and the humorous Storybook Valley Theme Park chick lit novels for adults, as well as The Flag Keeper picture book about the U.S. Flag Code.
You can learn about her full catalog of books on www.stacyjuba.com. She is also a freelance editor and creator of online courses for writers. Learn about her editing service and classes on www.shortcutsforwriters.com.
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