We all know that Brady is well meaning. He absolutely loves to play hockey and be with his friends. Unfortunately, sometimes Brady's passion gets him into a little bit of trouble.
Such is the case in Brady Brady and the Big Mistake. Brady is excited about having his friends come over and play a little shinny on his backyard rink. He's made everything perfect. Then, he comes up with what seems like a great idea to make the game even better. His Dad has a special puck, signed by none other than Bobby Orr himself, sitting in a case on his desk. Even though he gets a strange feeling in his stomach, Brady decides to take the puck without asking and use it in the game. You just know there's going to be trouble.
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Brady's friends are coming to play shinny, and everything has to be perfect - more than perfect. If only he had something he could impress them with. Then it hits. The great idea the turns out to be a big mistake. * Helps young readers develop important skills and have fun doing it * Popular picture books combine the pleasures of team sport with the joy of reading * Perfect gift for early readers * Make reading fun with Brady Brady * Mary Shaw. Illustrated by Chuck Temple. Grades 1-3 / Ages 4-8