What makes for an MVP? Brady Brady thinks he knows. Kev may not be the fastest skater, the greatest goal scorer, or the hardest shooter but he's got a lot of heart. At every practice, Kev makes a big entrance and gets everyone ready to work hard. Before every game starts, he introduces himself to the referees and then cheers the team on with lots of positive chatter. Afterwards, Kev's always the last one out of the dressing room because he wants to talk to everyone about the game.
In Brady Brady and the MVP, Kev really gets a chance to show his stuff. The coach of the Stars is so impressed with Kev's sportsmanship that he offers the boy a place with his team. It would be a great opportunity. He'd get a lot more ice time and might even score a goal. What decision does Kev make? Read Brady Brady and the MVP and find out.
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Brady Brady and the Icehogs love to play hockey, and they love to play hockey together. Some players like Brady Brady and tes are stars. Others are not so talented on the ice, but have their own unique qualities to contribute to the team. Kev has been an Icehog from the very beginning, but he doesnt get to play very much. Kev doesnt care. He has never missed a game. He roots fro all the plays. He helps out in practice, and cleans up after the games. Everyone in the arena can always hear Kev yelling, "Go, Icehogs, Go!" Then kev is offered a starting position with another team. What to do? stay with the Icehogs or move on and gain more ice-time? It is a difficult decision for Kev.--This text refers to an alternatePaperbackedition.