Perhaps you have your own Brady Brady at home. I know I have a couple. Like a lot of boys, Brady Brady loves hockey. He loves hockey so much that he tends to get a little distracted. In fact, his family got so used to calling him- Brady, Brady- that his name just became Brady Brady.
In this instalment of the Brady Brady series, Brady Brady decides that he's going to make the greatest outdoor rink ever in his backyard. It's a lot of hard work. Be sure to read the book to see if his efforts pay off.
I got the books of the Brady Brady series primarily to read to my grandson. I wanted to encourage a love of reading early in his life and I remember how difficult it was to find books that would keep his uncle's attention at that young age. The Brady Brady series was a perfect fit. We had a great time reading Brady Brady and the Great Rink together. However, I knew we had a real winner when Uncle and Nephew started to read together.
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Grade 1-3-Brady Brady thinks about nothing but hockey, and as a result his family must call out his name "twice to get his attention." In Great Rink, he works hard to build a skating rink in his backyard and saves the day by providing a place to play when the power fails at the gym before a big game. In Runaway Goalie, his unflinching belief in his friend allows Chester to make the move that wins the game. The cartoon illustrations in both titles are rendered in rich jewel tones with friendly faced characters. These volumes convey a positive view of the sport and the enthusiasm of its players, and will be popular with hockey fans. Linda M. Kenton, San Rafael Public Library, CA Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.