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Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See? (My First Reader) Board book – January 18, 2011
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The text is familiar territory for parents and kids who've read other books by Martin, Jr. This wonderful rythmic writing makes it easy for kids to read and, even better, more fun to listen to. I highly recommend this book. It's fun for all ages.
I really like that the animals in this story are wild animals from my continent (though it does seem to be a bit more Western-focused than Eastern -- e.g. mule deer instead of white-tailed deer -- this surprised me as I know Eric Carle has his museum in Western Ma, so I was expecting the fauna to be more local, but it's no big deal, we'll just have to take our daughter to Yosemite some day). I also like the ending a lot, where the momma bear sees all the animals including her baby bear looking back at her. Very cute!
My only reservation about the book, if you can call it that, is that I can't seem to read it without feeling stilted. I think it's because of the frequent but not uniform use of the word "by" (e.g. "I see a striped skunk strutting by me." I keep thinking, "do they mean that the skunk is strutting past or strutting near?" The word is used on most of the pages, but not all, and it either feels as though it should be more thoroughly mixed up, or that it should be "by" in every instance.
Obviously, though, these are the ramblings of a mother and not of the target audience. She seems perfectly delighted with the characters in this story and their actions, be they "by," "near" or "at."
In summary: it's a cute book. You should get it for your baby, especially if you're trying to pass on a love of the great American outdoors.
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My now two year old son has enjoyed the "...what do you see/hear" books since he was around 9 months old. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Our granddaughter loves these books. Keep up the good work, Bill Martin.Published 11 days ago by Susan Carmody
Love this entire line of books - each of them captivate my son ("baby bear! Baby bear!").Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Is it just me? I was less than thrilled to see a rattlesnake in the book. Nevertheless, we are reviewing appropriate behavior, i.e. stay away and tell someone.Published 28 days ago by Pamela
My 2 year old is in love with this book series and opens them up herself and pretends to read as she has memorized some portions. She now has all 4. Read morePublished 1 month ago by OC Girl
My 2 year old loves Brown Bear and now really likes this ERic Carle book.Published 1 month ago by S. Woulfin