Edward the Egg: A Different Kind of Brave
Edward the Egg: A Different Kind of Brave
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It's not easy to be a Different Kind of Brave. The kind where you find courage to "Take the Time" to be kind. It is especially hard when it could cause you to CRACK or get eaten! Journey with Edward through this story of bravery as he discovers how kindness can change the world in an instant and bounce back in ways you never expected. Like in the previous Edward the Egg short story collection,  Coloring Tales of Adventure, Edward cracks in this story too and someone is there to "tape" him back together. Let Edward encourage you to see the treasure inside of yourself. When you "Take the Time" to be kind, you can help "tape" others up too.
This early readers chapter book includes:
*Ten short chapters
*Ten coloring page illustrations (one for each chapter)
*Ten blank coloring pages with each chapter (encouraging creativity in readers to draw their own Edward the Egg or share their own story of kindness)
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Book Details


  • Adventure

Age Level: 

  • 5 - 8
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Edward the Egg: A Different Kind of Brave by Julia Fagundus is a cute story. It’s great for beginner readers who are eager to start chapter books. This book can be read independently or aloud with a grownup.
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Edward the egg loved his family's famous secret recipe for "yummy to the tummy" cheese biscuits! Since he can now cook, he takes a trip to the grocery store to purchase the ingredients. Edward is scared that someone at the grocery store will mistake him for an egg they can cook, so he decides to go there in the early morning when fewer shoppers will be there. Once he gets to the grocery store, he meets an old lady named Sally. He notices that Sally is having trouble reaching the biscuits, so he helps her reach them.
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