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The Berenstain Bears' Home Sweet Tree

by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

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The Berenstain Bears’: Home Sweet Tree is a board book and an early reader’s book because there are very few words on each page and the words used are very easy for small children to be able to pronounce. This is a book that would be read at home or kept in the library at school rather than a read aloud book because it is a very easy read, and because of all the flaps that are on each page. With all the flaps on each page it is a very good way to get the children engaged with the reading. It is also a very educational book because not only is it a good book for a child to practice their reading skills, almost of every page it tells you how many flaps you are supposed to find so it can help the children count. The illustrations in this book are very colorful and detailed. ( )
  kelsmarie09 | Dec 3, 2015 |
  BRCSBooks | Sep 27, 2014 |
This book has a wonderful tone and upbeat vibe to it. The Berenstain Bears are opening their doors and giving you a tour of their Home Sweet Tree. The rhyming scheme keeps things fun and the illustrations are pretty general which makes things relatable. I believe this book teaches the value of sharing and how to be a good host! ( )
  bmmoore | May 9, 2014 |
“Elephants Never Forget”
I REALLY liked this book for a few reasons. One of the reasons was that the text was poetic and every page rhymed. This always makes for an engaging story for young children to read or listen along. I also liked the layout of the book. When picking it up I thought it wouldn’t be interesting but grabbed it anyway, but the text is not just straight lines across the page but the text has somewhat of a motion of the sounds of the story. For example on page says, “The reason they’d run was suddenly clear… R O A A R! The elephant trembled in fear.” The “roar” portion on this page was spread out large across the tiger that had come along in the story. I also enjoyed the plot of the book because it is not predictable and ended in a way that is very unique by having the elephant decide that he wants to stay with the buffalo in the end. The main message of this book is friendship and how important long lasting friends can be in someone’s life. ( )
  bkling1 | Apr 24, 2014 |
Beginning readers will feel right at home when Brother and Sister Bear take them on a tour of the family tree house.
  hgcslibrary | Nov 29, 2009 |
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Your kids will love it!

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Sister and Brother Bear take the reader on a tour of their home in a tree.

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