While reading other books in the Brady Brady series, I always wondered how a boy could be named Tree. I wasn't sure whether that was his real name or a nickname. After reading Brady Brady and the Singing Tree, I now know the answer.
Now, I also know the most secret dream of each of the Icehogs. They'd all love to play in the NHL, to play on a real NHL rink. All except Tree, that is, he has a very different dream.
Brady Brady and the Singing Tree is a book that all kids and parents should read. Sometimes in sports we forget that hockey is about having fun. Too much pressure and not enough listening is a recipe for unhappiness. Just ask Tree and his Dad.
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Brady comes to the rescue when his friend Elwood almost quits hockey because of his dad. * 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