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|Length: 40 pages||Age Level: 3 - 8||Grade Level: P - 2|
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The great formatting allows you to appreciate the great colourful cartoon like illustrations. The bear with the beard, as well as other bearded animals he and his human little girl companion meet are fun and look great. I liked the details in the illustrations, such as the little girl was missing teeth as real children do. This is basically an appreciation of the beard story done in a fun way like the band The Beards do in their songs. Although this is a kids book so all the words are completely child age friendly. The reader learns how much the little girl loves her friend the bear and his beard as they visit other animals.
Don't stop at the last page of the book either, there's some one line reviews on the book by other famous bearded characters such as Santa after the final page. They add even more humour to the story.
The author, Jeremy Billups, has written a fun story about a bear with a beard. Many people think a bear with a beard is strange, but the little person accompanying thus bearded bear shows us the opposite. They visit all kinds of places in the world, and they meet very interesting people and animals. When you read this book you will discover what happens on these adventures.
Parents and teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children will love the fun and silliness of the story. The illustrations by the author are bright, vivid and colorful. A wonderful book with a new kind of storyline that will be of interest to everyone.
Recommended. prisrob 07-23-16
Fun, funny, and a great pace. Quite a clever idea as well. I too, think the bearded bear is "quite handsome".
Awesome. The artwork is simple and adorable. I love the dynamic between the bear and the little girl throughout the book. The pages are also laid out very nicely for easy reading. A non-standard font was used for the text, but it works very well and is a good size for both parents and kids to read.
Nicely done. Just enough shown to hint at the content without giving everything away. Very clever. Nice layout as well, with excellent text treatment.
This came up yesterday on my Amazon BookHub e-book deals. I instantly downloaded it because it looked so adorable. I read it with my sister and was delighted to find out what an adorable story this really is. Bearded will make you smile and laugh, it's a children's book I would most definitely recommend to any child. It reminded me of my papa who passed away in 2008, which brought a beautiful tear to my eye. Great job, Jeremy Billups, this book is endearing. The illustrations are so adorable as well!
This is a cute and funny story for kids. The illustrations are adorable and expressive - sure to hold the attention of children. Kids will get a kick out of the useful things the bear stores in his beard. The author clearly has a great sense of humor, since the end of the book includes rave "reviews" from Blackbeard the Pirate, Abraham Lincoln and Santa Claus. There's even a link for parents to download coloring printables from the book. Recommended!
The illustrations are perfect and of course match the story. Kudos to the author for this wonderful book.
Their adventures around the world (meeting other bearded animals, naturally!) are fun.
My only quibble is that the rhyme scheme and meter falter here and there, which makes it a more challenging read-aloud if it's your first run through it.
Still, for a child whose Dad has a whiskery beard - or the whiskery fellow himself! - this is a quirky, engaging little story.