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I have always been a fan of anything Eric Carle, and this was no exception. I haven't read as much of Bill Martin Jr.'s writings, but what I have read I enjoyed. I can remember reading this book to my younger brother when he was little, and now I obtain to do the same with my son. The illustrations are so special and eye catching. I really like this book because it also helps teaching the names of a lot of types of animals. It is a amazing length for a fast story, but long enough that you may not have to read more than one. The phrases is this book flow nicely, and always create my son smile. If you are just starting to search books for you small one, this is a amazing choice, as well as Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (Board Book) by Bill Martin Jr and The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
This book has been almost a everyday read for my baby. From infant until now at 15 months my baby has loved this book and already able to say most of the words. This book is interactive(theres a slide-and-read ver as well), rhythmic, it expresses shapes, colors, you can introduce the names of the animals, & the sounds the animals make. My baby sings "brown bear brown bear" whenever he sees the book on the shelf or around the house.
Its hard to search books newborns and infants... They wont really pay attention to a lot of books, and I have PLENTY that I have tried. I started reading this to my son starting at 1-2 months and he has loved it! He is now 7 months and loves it too! Its short, sweet, and has a cute rhythm to it (does not rhyme). The pictures are vibrant enough to catch his attention and not overly cluttered. There is just one animal on each page and babies love that... Clear outline of an animal. I have other books with seemingly beautiful illustrations that are bright and colourful but my son could care less about those.I highly recommend this book and even buy it as bonuses for fresh moms! It is a classic for every so, I wish to note that I dont obtain sick of reading it over and over...
This unbelievable book with colourful pictures will create a reader out of most children. You read the book with the kid a couple of times. Next thing you know the kid is reading the book. In the back are some primary comprehension exercises. These tasks assure you that your kid can read and does not have the book memorized. Instead the kid knows the names of the individual words.
This is a re-purchase - children love to slide the small hiding locations begin and closed to expose each thing that Brown Bear spies, so it's a go-to bonus whenever there's a small one needing a board book. The colors are bright, the pages are sturdy and the story holds their attention. With adults reading to them, they'll soon learn colors and different kinds of animals, and the latest page exposes them to the concept of a classroom and teacher. As with any book, the kid will obtain out of it as much as the reader puts into it, so it's an especially fun book to spend a lot of time on, asking the kid questions ("Are cats really purple?" "What's the dog doing?"), pointing out letters of the alphabet that are also in the child's name, getting them psyched about things that happen at school, etc. This book is amazing to give to fresh grandparents (or aunts/uncles or babysitters) to hold at their houses for unique one-on-one time, and it's short enough that it can be a amazing going-to-bed book.
Despite this book being a classic, I wasn't sure my toddler would actually like this because of its illustrations. But I was wrong...he loves this book! Amazing book for teaching primary animals and practicing animal sounds together.
Nicely sized board book for very little hands. Just to be clear, since there seem to be rather a lot of variations of this book, ISBN 978-0805047905 is a board book with no sliding panels. That's probably just as well since those things tend to jam when handled by toddlers, but It's nice to be sure exactly what you're getting with each version.
I gave this to a 20-month old girl who will not allow it out of her sight and usually carries it around with her all day. The rhythm of each page is repetitive and simple for the kid to lock into. This is one of those books where, when you finish reading it, you are going to hear, "Again!". A amazing book for a toddler.
Who gets stuck on 2-4 books at a time. We have Brown Bear, Brown Bear committed to memory at this point. I gave Polar Bear, Polar Bear as a Christmas book. My kiddo loves it. We are switching favorites for awhile.
It's the same as Brown Bear, but it gives me a break. My grandkids will read these books over and over. I ask them what will be on the next page, and of course they know. There's no surprise, but they love the repetition.
So the quality of the book is amazing. Attractive illustrations, love the various random animals selected for this story.. my one complaint is that it doesn't read as rhythmically as Brown Bear, Brown Bear. Still a cute story though.
My grandson is scheduled to go to nursery school next fall. The teacher gave us a list of books to read thru the summer for him to obtain used to "reading" actually memorizing words. This book was on the list. It was okay but he really likes Brown Bear, Brown Bear What do You See? best and so do I. My girlfriend said the next book I should purchase in the same series is the Ladybug. She said it is a fun read.
I have always been a fan of Eric Carle books, and this was no exception.We have the whole series! My son's favorite is Brown Bear but he likes a lot this is book, like the others, is interactive and rhythmic, you can introduce the names of the animals and the sounds they make. Children learn easily colors, what sounds each animal makes and even counting how a lot of characters are in the book. The illustrations are so special and eye catching, the colors are bright, the pages are sturdy and the story holds their e book finishes with a summary of all that the kids have e hard board book is simple to keep and very durable.A must have
This book is a lot like Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See (by the same authors), but much more colourful and beautiful. It feels a small redundant if you already have Brown Bear, but if you're choosing between the two I would pick this one. The animals are a small lesser-known so it may not be quite as helpful as a teaching tool, but the illustrations are much nicer and I like the story a bit more too.
I bought this because my toddler loves the "Brown Bear" book. The pictures are nice in this one as well. The words do not flow off the tongue as simple as Brown Bear. My toddler likes the pictures and will continue to use it.
My now two year old son has enjoyed the "...what do you see/hear" books since he was around 9 months old. They have helped him with identifying and naming animals and the repetition and rhythm of the book helps him anticipate what is next and he gets excited. This book has also helped with learning action words that we act out sometimes in order to increase his vocabulary and add a bit more fun into reading. Highly recommended!
If your kid is obsessed with brown bear, brown bear, they will love this! We have all four (Brown Bear; Baby Bear; Polar Bear; and this) and my now four year old still wants to read them almost every day. He "reads" them to me and I am not sick of them at all. So cute!
Panda bear panda bear what do you see... I love that the words are repeated which helps my 4 year old able to read along with me. I've read this book over and over with the small guy that he remembers the entire book word for word. Cute story, with amazing illustrations. Amazing for beginner readers.
Amazing board book in Eric Carle's collection. I bought this for a panda themed baby shower. It was a amazing book to add to the other panda -themed stuff I bought for the shower for my sister in law.I can't wait to read this to my fresh niece!!!!The book arrived quickly from the seller, and it was in excellent condition.
There's additional syllables or descriptive words, in this one, compared to brown bear and polar bear. Ie macaroni penguin, stutting by me (or whatever he does) green sea turtle, swimmy by, dreaming kid etc. Not quite as easy as the others but same amazing pages and idea. Amazing for the next step readers after the other bear books.
To say my 9 month old loves this book would be an understatement! She gets so excited when she sees you pull it out. It's beautifully illustrated and we love the fact that it focuses on endangered animals. Love, love, love!!
My 1-year old daughter absolutely loved "Brown Bear Brown Bear" and wore it out from reading it tons of times per day. When we found this "sequel" we bought it for her and she loves it just as much. It might not latest the year, but that's only because of how much she drags it around the house with her.
My daughter loved this book, unfortunately it stopped working about 2 months after we got it. I figured it was just the batteries, so I place it away until I was able to search some replacements. Just place the fresh batteries in and it still doesn't work. I understand that some toys won't latest forever, but this is kind of ridiculous. You should also note that this item is only returnable for 1 month after you purchase it. So I guess they don't expect it to latest either. :(
My 9-month old LOVES this book! It's my "when all else fails" entertainment I use when he needs to be settled down. It has pulled us through tough times at the doctor's office and on long baby enjoys the simplistic, yet textural illustrations as well as the strange sounds the animals make. I confess, I bought a barnyard book before this one, thinking my baby would like cow and chicken sounds better than whatever sound a hippo makes, but for him there is no comparison. He really likes all the funky sounds in this s- durable pages- holds my baby's interest- sounds go in order with book (my barnyard book was all over the put with the sound line up)Cons- some reviewers have complained about battery problems, so check your book as soon as you obtain it so you will have time to send it back if there is an issue- no polar bear sound, which would be nice for the end of the story. I invent my own for the kids in the end of the story. Come to think of it though, my son may view this as a PRO since it encourages a small bit of silliness on my part.I highly recommend this book!
The sounds stopped working with VERY small use. We changed the batteries to no avail. Lasted a matter of months being read maybe once a week. Toddler is used to the sounds, so he cried without them... and no one wants a broken book. Amazon wouldn’t do anything about it since the month return window had closed. Wouldn’t buy again or gift.
My 1 1/2 year old really likes 'brown bear' so I thought she would have fun being able to push buttons (like ALL small children do). The issue is the sounds are loud and scary. She now says 'too loud' when she sees the book. My 3 year old sometimes likes to read it, but in general I do not see this book being read much
I review baby books based on how much our small guy seems to like them and our 16 month old boy is entertained by this book but doesn't love it. He is entertained with pushing the buttons and hearing the sounds. Maybe as he grows he will become more engaged with this book. On a technically level, the sounds could be better, especially the snake, but they sound enough like the animal that it is still educational. And I really want there was a polar bear button.
I have several sound books for my child, and I like this one the least. Partly because of the sound buttons not matching up with the book. There is reference to the polar bear twice in the book, but yet there is no polar bear sound. I guess the book implies that you push the button for the animal on the next page while you are on the prior page? I don't like that either. I don't wish to push an animal sound for something on the next page while my kid is looking at a various animal. I wish them to hear the sound of the animal they are looking at.
This book is a lot of fun! I bought it for my son prior to visiting the zoo. He loved the sounds that the animals made- some of them are a small scary, but beautiful accurate! Eric Carle, is of course, an awesome author/illustrator- so you can't go wrong purchasing any of his work. I was amazed at how quickly my son was able to push the button that correlated with the page/animal that we were reading! It is quite huge as well, making it simple to turn pages for small ones. The board book is amazing quality. I would definitely recommend.
We love this book, my young children(3,2,1) all love it and TRY to take turns pushing them ;-)They love the repetitive sounds of the writing, the funny sounds each of the animals create and the fact that it's all about EVER the title of the book is POLAR BEAR POLAR BEAR, so why is there no polar bear button? I know this may be a minor issue, when my 3yr old asks this question, it makes you wonder why the publishers didn't think of it.Overall a amazing book with great, bright Eric Carle illustrations, would be 5-stars if there was a polar bear button :-)
I mean, obviously this book is a classic. But what makes this ver spectacular are the sounds. I bought this book to hold my not quite 18 month daughter occupied on a long vehicle ride and now she asks for it in the vehicle every day. She loves the huge size of the book and turning the pages and pressing the buttons (over and over and over). But the sounds are decent quality and I would definitely recommend this book!
My 18 yr old LOVED this book as a child, my 4 yr old read this book and now my 2 yr old is obsessed with it. Being 18yrs old, my original book was falling apart and missing the cover. Time to replace it, and I was getting a raspy voice having to do the animal sounds over and over and over... I saw this and it was the respond to my prayers! I no longer have to create the noises!!! My 2 yr old adores this. I want I could give it 4 3/4 stars since the book does not contain a polar bear button. I know that the story does not start with the polar bear making noise but the latest page has all the kids making the animal noises and we are unable to listen to a polar bear. Disappointing yes, but not disappointing enough to rate this a 4. I'm extremely satisfied with this.
I don't like it. It would be a amazing android game accept for the fact that the android game keeps closing on me. Every time I begin it up and check the Cam bacon comes, when I test to tap him, it closes the game. When I obtain jumpscared, it closes the game. It would be much better if you could create it say GAME OVER instead of having it crash. I dont know if this is a bug or what, but I think it needs to be fixed. Edit: Wow! The second one is waaaayyyyy better I would totally recommend it!
It's ok but really hard. I do know what to do but I just can't obtain bear bear away in time. Also cheesy is hard to slap because instead of slapping him/her, my screen moves away from him/her. The 2nd android game is amazing and i'll TRY to beat this android game Edit: Eyyyyyy I beat this android game so I'll test to beat 5/20 in FNABB 2 sooooo yeah
Night 1 is so hard. Also can you create some changes. These are the changes I wish you to do: Create Bear Bear and Cheezy go in CAM 1. Add Golden Bear Bear. (Even though hes in the 2nd one). Add a top vent where Cookie can climb in when she comes so you have to close it And add a Shadow Bear Bear.
Im angry about what you said to me. oh yeah and this android game MAKES NO SENSE!!!everytime i obtain jumpscared by that cat thingy it shows up a true cat jumpscare. and when i check the cameras it amazing but in a second.....IT...JUST...TURNS...INTO black and red color. oh yeah and one more thing it doesn't allow me in.waaaaah so scary.😠😠😠😠😡😡😡😡
Dyandry you created this wonderfull android game i love it so much its not really that scary that my mom and dad can allow me play from my talblet and first of all i like the charecters there cute thow ilove the android game so much drandry fromOlivia Durkin
its cool but sometimes it crashes i don't know why but acually sometimes i can see black items at the cameras then it turns red and it exits me and sometimes i can see people there what was that(and i never press cam 9 it just starts like that)
I plan to read this book every ere is so much love and hope in this book it makes you wish to pay it forward if anyone has ever given you a helping this book and you will be given so much Christmas spirit.
Each book held me captive and this one was not an exception. Harmony has mastered the art of keeping your focus on the main characters while making you wonder who'll be the main characters in the next installment. I hope it's Beverly!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader copy of this book. Leona was running to obtain away from am abusive husband and taking her two sons with her. The social worker she was working with Suzie talked her into moving to Bear Creek. Leona was nervous about being there because she was embarrassed by what small she owned and could provide for her two sons. However, the Calvary showed up in the form of the Malvern brothers and the rest of their family. They took Leona and her two sons, Jack and Harry under their wings and showed them love and support. Neil, the youngest Malvern son was immediately drawn to Leona and knew she might belong to him but decided to tread carefully because of all the damage she had suffered, the huge question is would she be drawn to Neil too and what about her two sons, would she risk getting involved with someone else after what she had already endured, this was a fabulous story as are all of this authors, so not only have fun this one but go back and obtain all of the Bear Creek stories to go with this one then you will be hooked just as much as I am.
Bear Creek strikes again!Leona is a mentally and physically abused mother of two young boys. Susie, her social worker, arranged for them to move from the women's shelter and into a house in Bear Creek while the divorce goes to il is a firefighter and a bear shifter. His two brothers have recently mated and he is beginning to lose hope he will search his magic abounds in Bear Creek this year. You will have to read the book for the details! 😉
Love the Bear Creek books...all of them. This didn't disappoint, some of my favorite city residents showed up and even a Christmas reindeer! Lenora and her boys deserved a unique Christmas after all they had been through and Bear Creek is just the put to go to renew your childhood beliefs. But you don't have to be a kid to believe in the magic of Christmas.
This is a sweet shifter romance, with a likeable couple and her adorable sons. I loved how Neil's whole family came together to support an abused woman and her sons obtain their lives back. It was especially sweet how they even arranged a unique Christmas surprise for them. It was such a sweet story, but Neil and Leona still had some sexy times. I think Neil would be a dream man for most single moms.
Assembly was really awkward, especially with arthritic hands, and in my opinion unnecessary. The box would have been larger, but since it isn't massive a larger box wouldn't be a problem. Anyway, the locking lever for the height adjustment has to be cinched down so tight that it makes it difficult for fast adjustments. I have another brand of the same tool that I paid about $5 more for, and the locking lever only requires a light touch to keep the roller at height. This one I have to all but reef on it to create it stay in place. My other roller stand also has the feet welded in put so it's much more stable and I didn't have to assemble it.
Works ok for the price. The center pin in the roller does not have cotter pins on the ends, so the whole roller can easily fall out (like when you are using it to feed a 60 pound oak bench top through a planer) I drilled the ends on the center pin myself and installed cotter pins. Uprights are attached to base with a relatively little pin, so they wobble very easily, I will probably test to come up with a work around for that as well. I would not recommend these.
It falls over often and when it doesn't, the roller falls out. I don't know what the makers were thinking. There is no method to lock the legs so they don't close up while you are working (and fall). There is no method to secure the axle that holds the roller on. The stand is is top massive ....Don't waste your cash on this. It is nothing like the Rockwell stand I bought a month ago (that I absolutely love, but it doesn't have a rolling attachment).
The darn things didn't latest a week, the thread stripped out within a week or less. I'm going to test and weld some fresh nuts on them when I obtain to it. As far as stands for wood working they're great, it's just that a true nut needs to be welded on instead of that cheap crap they place on them.
The stand is amazing once it's built. The stand does not come with an allen key however. Additionally, one of the screws that I received was mangled so that I couldn't actually use an allen key, anyways. I wouldn't buy this product again, but now that it's built, it functions fine.
A PAIN to place together. The design is AWFUL and needed a trip to the local hardware shop for a very strange part they luckily had. Such a simply setup should be easier to assemble. Once together though, amazing stuff.
I ;bought this to help wood I will be drilling in a drill press. Unfortunately, it's a few inches short to do that, which makes it beautiful useless to me. Other than that, it seems a nice help for the price.
I have only used this item a few times, but so far it is user friendly and sturdy, especially for the price. Might not be the stand of choice if your lumber was really heavy. I use it for 2" x 8" and 1" boards with no problems. Folds and stores on my garage wall.