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Jamberry Paperback – January 22, 2008
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Hat and boot in hand, a boy and a bear set off on a delicious and raucous romp through Berryland. They frolic in strawberry fields forever, rumble and ramble in blackberry brambles, and topple their canoeberry with blueberries. Silly rhymes and a musical beat practically beg to be read aloud, preferably accompanied by dancing. New readers will giggle as they follow the fruit-frenzied pals on their berry adventures. Jamberry builds quickly in intensity and complexity, starting with "One berry, Two berry, Pick me a blueberry," and working up to "Raspberry, Jazzberry, Razzmatazzberry, Berryband, Merryband, Jamming in Berryland." Children will love discovering the subtle touches in Bruce Degen's illustrations: a frog climbing out of a hat, crackers and butter instead of lily pads, and a sign by the raspberry skating rink imploring skaters not to pick the jelly rolls planted nearby. Every character seems giddy with well-fed joy in this veritable jamboree of flavorful fun. Jamberry is a book best enjoyed on a gloomy day with a dollop of vanilla ice cream. (Baby to Preschool) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
“An inimitable feat and feast for all ages.” (Publishers Weekly)
“This is the catchiest rhyming book you’ll ever read, and the illustrations of a little boy and a bear frolicking through meadows, streams, and forests of berries are so bright and happy, you’ll want to go berry picking yourself.” (Brightly.com)
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My son is 7 months old, and this has been his favorite book since he was 1 month old. At 1 month old, he was just beginning to look around his world, and the drawings in this book captivated him. He would get more and more excited as we read, and start squealing in delight by the time we got to the last few pages. These days, simply holding up the book for him to see is enough to stop his crying. No other book gets this reaction from him.