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Bean Takes a Walk (Bean in the Garden Book 1) Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 3 - 5|
|Grade Level: P - K|
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In this book, Bean sets out with a backpack full of his favorite items, but loses them along the way. (My son was pointing out the items as Bean dropped them, which I'm taking as a sign of his genius.) Will Bean get his items back? And who are those adorable peas?
Get this book if you like cute things and/or anthropomorphic vegetables. (Which I happen to. Really, who doesn't?)
Bean sets out to take a walk around the garden, and packs his favorite toys in his backpack. On the way, he meets Mrs. Berg, who has a new teapot but is out of tea. Bean offers to get her some tea as part of his adventure. Along the way, he meets three little peas who are about his own age, and they all have toys just like his. When he discovers a hole in his backpack and all of his toys are gone, he realizes the three peas were trying to return what they had found. The story is all about sharing, making friends, and being kind; a great message for preschool kids.
The first thing that struck me about the book was the illustrations. Mr. Gray’s artistry fills the page with bright colors and engaging images. This is a world of vegetable people. Bean is, of course, a bean and his mother is a lovely red beet. His neighbors include a friendly lettuce, Mrs. Berg, and a potato, Miss Tots. The clues to Bean’s toy dilemma are right there in the pictures so adults can encourage their children to search for the “lost” toys as they read along. Kids may also want to look at the pictures and imagine their own Bean adventures.
Another message I got from the story is that some things that seem bad, like a hole in your backpack, don’t have to be a big crisis. Bean reacts with shock when he realizes his toys are lost, but instead of being angry, he realizes that the three peas were trying to help him all along. It’s a good way to teach children about kindness and understanding, especially since kids who will be reading this are learning how to control their expectations and emotions.
There are three books in the series thus far, each available in both print and eBook formats. For toddlers and preschoolers, you can’t go wrong adding this book to their reading list.
That he's a gentle, active guy who understands how to talk to people graciously and that he's a happy member of the garden community.
He's on a little adventure, he's traveling through his neighbourhood and he's being awesome.
This books reads well out loud, the pictures are adorable and it's just long enough to hold the attention of younger children.
I anticipate there will be a lot of 'Read it again!' requests for parents, and, thankfully, reading it again will be enjoyable.
(And you don't even have to like beans to like this character ;-)
I think Ann and Matthew are on to something with this series.