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Brady Brady And the Runaway Goalie [Paperback]

Mary Shaw , Chuck Temple
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brady Brady And the Runaway Goalie Feb. 15 2008
The Dragoons were the chippiest players in the league. While most teams practiced very hard and tried to win by being good, the Dragoons won games by hitting their opponents while the referee's back was turned or spraying snow in the goalie's face. No one liked to play against the Dragoons.

It's no wonder that when the Icehogs were scheduled to play against the un defeated Dragoons, they were nervous. No one wanted to get hurt. Everyone just wanted to have fun and play some good hockey.

Of all the Icehogs, Chester the goalie was the most nervous. He knew how the Dragoons played and wanted the Icehogs to win. But in order to beat the Dragoons, they'd have to have a great goalie. Chester wasn't so sure that he could do the job.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for the young hockey fan Sept. 22 2006
By E. Szymanski - Published on Amazon.com
If you have a young hockey fan in your house, this Canadian children's book series is charming. Best for kids preschool to early elementary, these are simple stories about a little boy who's so crazy about hockey that they have to say his name twice to get his attention. While the adventures all involve his youth hockey team, the Icehogs, they are really about friendship, teamwork, and the everyday troubles of typical grade school kids - Brady Brady always seems to have just the right solution for his team mates. Even though they aren't great literature, my 4 and 5 year old love them and want to hear them over and over.
4.0 out of 5 stars Brady Brady Bravo Bravo June 16 2008
By Mrs. G's Student - Published on Amazon.com
Do you like hockey? Well if you do then the book Brady, Brady and The Runaway Goalie by Mary Shaw and Chuck Temple is a great book for you. I chose to read the book because it had an interesting title and it was a hockey book. It is about a boy named Brady and another boy named Chester. They love hockey they play for a team called the Ice Hogs. They are playing against nasty team called the Dragoons. The whole team was in the locker room right before the game and guess what they were missing? Chester their goalie. I think you should never be scared and always do your best. Did they find Chester and did they win? Well you have to read the book to find out what happened.
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun and intense! Jan. 3 2014
By Vw - Published on Amazon.com
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My grandson loves these books but this particular book became a favorite. It teaches how team work is important in any sport you play. Excellent book.
5.0 out of 5 stars My son loves this book March 1 2013
By Organic Mama - Published on Amazon.com
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Very cute story line. This is one of our favorite Brady stories! It teaches kids that instead of turning away from something you are afraid of, try to face it and you may even see that you come out on top. We read this one quite often at our house!
3.0 out of 5 stars just ok Oct. 20 2012
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first books i've gotten from this series. My 3 year old is a big hockey fan. I was expecting a lot given the endorsements. I book is small and flimsy. In the two books I got the beginning of the story is repeated. The books are cute, but did not live up to my expectations. I'm glad I didn't pay the insane shipping rates that some of the other books in the series required.
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