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Do Your ABCs Little Brown Bear Hardcover – March 3, 2005
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From School Library Journal
PreSchool-K–The cuddly cub who first appeared in Count the Ways, Little Brown Bear (Dutton, 2002) returns. While playing in the meadow, Little Brown Bear and Papa Bear begin a fun-filled alphabet game. Starting out with typical selections, "A is for Apple!" and "B is for Ball!" father and son soon branch out to other parts of speech, such as Dance, Eat, Icy, More, Quiet, and Up, as they proceed through the alphabet. A sudden storm ends their outdoor playtime and the bears run home to continue their game. At bedtime, they finally reach the end of the alphabet as the young bruin Yawns and Zips off to sleep. This sweet tale is accompanied by heartwarming illustrations that aptly depict the loving relationship. The bears' large faces are expressive and endearing. Youngsters will enjoy learning their letters with the help of Little Brown Bear and his devoted dad.–Linda L. Walkins, Mount Saint Joseph Academy, Brighton, MA
PreS. London and Moore have created another delightful book featuring the sweet protagonist of Count the Ways, Little Brown Bear (2002). This time it's not Mama but Papa who spends the day with Little Brown Bear, and together they explore nature, play ball, fly kites, and climb trees. They practice the alphabet along the way, too, identifying a word beginning with each successive letter of the alphabet that is related to their activities. The appropriate letter is highlighted in a bright color and larger type size, and the corresponding images always feature an item or animal that sustains the alphabet theme. Finally, Papa Brown Bear tucks his little one into bed, and Little Brown Bear "zips" off to sleep. The bright, cheery illustrations have a charmingly old-fashioned air about them, although the animal characters' poses can seem stiff. Nonetheless, this is a fine choice to supplement collections of alphabet books, bear tales, or stories about fathers and sons. Jennifer Locke
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This is a fun way to reinforce the alphabet. The illustrations are heartwarming.