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Baby Bear Sees Blue (edition 2012)

by Ashley Wolff, Ashley Wolff (Illustrator)

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Title:Baby Bear Sees Blue
Authors:Ashley Wolff
Other authors:Ashley Wolff (Illustrator)
Info:Beach Lane Books (2012), Hardcover, 40 pages
Collections:Farmington Public Library
Rating:*****
Tags:picture books, colors, books with repeated elements, woodcut-like illustrations, rainbows, day in the life, morning, evening

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The detailed. clever and colorful illustration together with the sweet interactions between the mother and baby bear as he asks questions and discovers his world is heartwarming. I loved the pictures of the baby as he pokes his head underwater and another as a butterfly is perched on his nose. ( )
  jordan70 | Mar 16, 2014 |
Enjoyed this gentle book. I liked that it didn't try to get too fancy; just set up a rhythmic back and forth between the mother and the child and didn't get its own way. I really liked looking for the mouse, who wasn't on every page...but looking for her meant I found lots of other great details! ( )
  MelissaZD | Dec 31, 2013 |
Enjoyed this gentle book. I liked that it didn't try to get too fancy; just set up a rhythmic back and forth between the mother and the child and didn't get its own way. I really liked looking for the mouse, who wasn't on every page...but looking for her meant I found lots of other great details! ( )
  MelissaZD | Dec 31, 2013 |
I liked Baby Bear Sees Blue because of the style of writing and the characters. The writing flowed and followed a distinct pattern. Baby Bear was curious about multiple objects which each was introduced individually and then followed by its color. For example, when Bear was curious about the leaf, Mama told her what it was then shared with Baby Bear that the color is green. With the organization in the writing, children are better able to determine what color each object is. Mama introducing and asking Baby Bear what she thought it was each time also gives order but allows the reader to guess themselves. Baby Bear and Mama being the only characters in the story allowed the reader to feel a warm and close connection and bonding experience Baby Bear and Mama were experiencing. Mama was very caring of Baby Bear and encouraged her to find new things while Baby Bear was thrilled to learn more. Being as determined as Baby Bear was to learn and how helpful Mama was in determining what color each object was, their characters contributed to the moral of the story and also were great role models for children reading. ( )
  mallen16 | Sep 17, 2013 |
A wonderful book for introducing colors to young children. Beautiful, vibrant, richly textured illustrations. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
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Leaving the den as the weather warms, Baby Bear discovers blue birds, red strawberries, orange butterflies, and other colorful things in nature.

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