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Ed's Journal: Loyalty

4.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
When friends count on you to be somewhere very important and you do not show up, does this make you a Loyal friend? Are you a loyal friend? Find out what Ed does when he is counted on to help his friends win a basketball championship.
Paperback, 50 pages
Published May 30th 2011 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Jessica Bronder
Jul 20, 2011 Jessica Bronder rated it it was amazing
These are short books that are designed for the child to choose the path. Ed is the main character that looks for short cuts. He is the one that gets into different situations that the reader has to choose a path for him based on the situation. Corey is Ed’s friend that is very honest and loyal to Ed even though Ed tends to get him into tough situations. Jade is another of Ed’s friends that is very strict about following the correct path.

In Loyalty, Ed, Corey, and Jade have a big basketball game
Sandra Stiles
Jul 03, 2011 Sandra Stiles rated it really liked it
Shelves: children

Loyalty is the third book in the Ed’s Journal series that teaches Character qualities to young children. Ed is the main character and he with his two friends Corey and Jade tell a story that teaches a lesson that the youngest can understand. In Loyalty Corey and Jade remind Ed that they have their final championship game that evening. They have practiced their special move and it is up to Ed to make sure he doesn’t get distracted and forget to show up. Will he get caught up in his new video game
Jordan Crowl
Jul 04, 2011 Jordan Crowl rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: ed-s-journal
I like how the end of the book wraps up the story and has Ed personally talking to the reader and using examples and explanations as to what the consequences are for making the right choice. This book really can help children make the right choices to keep them going in the right direction.
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