Brady Brady books are hockey — with heart!
A big snowfall has blanketed Brady’s street. But it’s hard to focus on shoveling when there’s a game of shinny going on and Brady doesn’t exactly finish his chore. Later, under the guise of taking his dog Hatrick for a walk, Brady ties him up and rejoins the game.
Brady returns home tired but happy — that shinny game was epic! But his good mood suddenly turns when Brady realizes he’s left his faithful friend behind . . . and now Hatrick is missing! Will Brady find his beloved canine pal?
The Brady series is much-loved by teachers and coaches for its engaging character education themes. In Brady Brady and the Missed Hatrick Brady and his family confront issues focusing on responsibility and consequences.
About the authors
MARY SHAW a créé le personnage de Brady Brady dans le but de cultiver l'amour de la lecture chez son fils de cinq ans. Cette série à succès, qui comprend 16 livres, est une vraie réussite canadienne. Lorsque Mary Shaw n’est pas à son cottage vers Ottawa, en Ontario, elle vit à Vancouver, en Colombie-Britannique.
MARY SHAW developed Brady Brady while trying to get her hockey-obsessed five-year-old son to read. The bestselling series, which now includes 17 books, is a true Canadian success story. Mary Shaw lives in Vancouver, British Columbia when she’s not at her cottage outside of Ottawa, Ontario. Visit her online at www.bradybrady.com.
CHUCK TEMPLE a commencé sa carrière à 18 ans. Il est l'illustrateur de la série à succès Brady Brady et a aussi créé, avec David Chilton, The Wealthy Barber Calendar qui s'est vendu à plus de 2,5 millions d'exemplaires.
CHUCK TEMPLE began his career at the age of 18 when his first comic strip, Bernie on the Beat, went into syndication. He studied at both the University of Guelph and the Ontario College of Art, and cites Bill Watterson, creator of Calvin and Hobbes, as his favourite cartoonist. He also enjoys coaching and playing hockey. He lives in Kitchener, Ontario.
“. . . the Brady Brady series shows young children being confronted by child-appropriate difficulties, such as teasing and pushy parents, and finding ways, sometimes with some adult help, to solve them. Chuck Temple’s cartoon-style illustrations add a great deal to the books’ pleasure, and his attention to details make the local ice rinks and their dressing rooms come alive.”
— CM: Canadian Review of Materials