Brady Brady and The Puck On The Pond Children's Book

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Brady Brady and The Puck On The Pond Children's Book

Brady Brady and The Puck On The Pond Children's Book

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The Puck on the Pond is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Just when Brady thought he had all the makings for a fun game of shinny on his great rink, his friends are invited to play on an even greater rink!. Friendships are tested - will the Icehogs stay together?

  • 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Friendship comes first My family really enjoys the Brady Brady series of children's books, centered around a young boy, Brady Brady, and his friends and teammates, the Icehogs. While each story has a hockey theme, the messages of friendship, family, loyalty, and sportsmanship are universal. In each book, through conflicts and dilemmas, triumphs and losses, the kids strengthen these values and most importantly, have a lot of fun. I don't like to jam a "moral of the story" down my kids' throats, but I think these highly relatable stories do get a message through. The books get a bit predictable as an adult reader, but it's a perfect balance for the kids. Reading level is about appropriate for 1st grade. My 3 year old finds it interesting enough to sit through (easily - he usually wants me to read another one) and my older son (now 9) still likes sharing them with his younger brothers too. "Brady Brady and the Puck on the Pond" is probably my favorite story of the series because of it's message about friendship and conflict resolution. Brady Brady takes it personally that his friends want to play on someone else's backyard rink instead of his and the friendship is strained. By working together, they eventually come up with a thoughtful solution. My kids love the illustrations and snowy setting.
Date published: 2010-06-30
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