Hockey can be a pretty expensive sport. Like all players, Brady and the Icehogs are growing up fast which means that they tend to outgrow their equipment quickly. For many kids, like Gregory, their parents just can't afford to buy new hockey equipment.
In Brady Brady and the Great Exchange, Brady realizes something is troubling his fellow Icehog, Gregory. Eventually, Gregory confesses that his skates are too small and that his parents can't afford new ones. It looks like Gregory might have to quit the team. That is, until Brady Brady comes up with a brilliant plan. Good going Brady Brady!
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When his friend has growing pains, Brady decides to help, and in the end everyone is a winner. * 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