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Bear Sees Colors (The Bear Books) Hardcover – Picture Book, 23 September 2014
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A walk through the woods provides ample opportunities for spotting colors in Bear and Mouse’s latest adventure. “Mouse and bear are walking;/ they are chitter-chatter-talking./ So much for them to do./ And the bear sees...” begins Wilson, as the animals appear against a white backdrop; both the open-ended rhyme and a pair of blue dragonflies hint at what awaits after the page turn. The next spread is a riot of blue, with Bear splashing in a river while flowers, fish, butterflies, and fruit offer readers many opportunities to “spy blue with Bear.” Though Wilson’s rhymes can be a tad herky-jerky, Chapman’s vibrant acrylics give children plenty to pore over. -- Publishers Weekly ― July 14, 2014
About the Author
Jane Chapman is the illustrator of over one hundred books for children, including Dilly Duckling by Claire Freedman and I Love My Mama by Peter Kavanagh, as well as Karma Wilson’s Bear Books series and Mortimer’s Christmas Manger. She lives with her family in Dorset, England. Visit Jane at ChapmanandWarnes.com.
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- Publisher : Margaret K. McElderry Books (23 September 2014)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 32 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1442465360
- ISBN-13 : 978-1442465367
- Reading age : 4 - 8 years
- Item Weight : 426 g
- Dimensions : 25.4 x 0.76 x 22.86 cm
Best Sellers Rank:
#81,147 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #1,165 in Children's Family, Personal & Social Issues (Books)
- #3,260 in Children's Early Learning (Books)
- #8,402 in Children's Literature & Fiction (Books)
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It’s a great addition to any child’s book collection.
The title page in our book has a smudge. I'm not sure what from, but doesn't bother us.