Bear Sees Colors
Karma Wilson & Jane Chapman
Margaret K. McElderry, 2014 (2014)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ear and his friend Mouse are enjoying a day in the woods. As they walk around they are very aware of the colorful things around them. The young reader is invited to enjoy and identify many of these objects.
or example, the
page shows Bear splashing in some water while Mouse holds a blue flower. The
section follows red flowers and fruits like cherries and raspberries.
s Bear and Mouse continue on, they meet forest friends who join them and, naturally, they see other brightly colored things. When we get to the end of the duo's walk it is time to share a picnic with everyone. Also, the reader will be challenged to identify all the colored objects featured in the two page picnic spread. There's yellow corn, green peas, yellow honey and much, much more.
Bear and Mouse
picture books have become very popular with young readers and this latest volume is one of the best thus far. Identifying colors will be lots of fun on this forest outing!
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