Holiday Gabby (free downloads)

Scroll down to find Gabby and her friend, Roy, enjoying lots of different holidays including Valentine’s Day, Pink Shirt Day, Earth Day, Easter and lots more! Free to download, print and use in your home or classroom.
All illustrations by Jan Dolby.HOLIDAY Gabby holiday card 2013 HOLIDAY Halloween Gabby colouring page 2015 (1)

 

 

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HOLIDAY Gabby Easter 2015

HOLIDAY Earth Day gabby 2015 HOLIDAY Pink Shirt Day Gabby Roy

HOLIDAY gabby-frog-and-an-o-2 HOLIDAY Gabby Valentine HOLIDAY Gabby super hero 2 HOLIDAY Gabby St Patricks Day HOLIDAY Gabby olympicsHOLIDAY Gabby G HOLIDAY Gabby DQ Easter HOLIDAY Gabby bunny HOLIDAY first-day-of-summer

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Coach Coop in real life!

The other day, I bumped into the real-life Coach Coop at a baseball game at Bond Park in North York, Ontario.

My son is one of 10 young baseball players that Coop (and several other North York coaches) have coached over the years. A bunch of those kids happened to be playing, so he came by to see how his young proteges were faring.

As you’ll know if you’ve read Tagged Out, the real-life Coop let me use his name for the Coach of the fictional Toronto Blues. “Coop” will also feature in the upcoming Home Team (to be published in 2018).

In Tagged Out, I gave Coop a faux hawk but I think the real-life Coop was none-too-pleased about that. For Home Team, I’m thinking I’ll let him keep the beard. What do you think?

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