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The bear who loved chocolate by leela hope

The bear who loved chocolate

by leela hope

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This is about Trevor the bear and his love of chocolate. It takes us through and shows us healthy eating habits we should have.

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I thought this book was so cute. Not only do I have my own little bear who loves chocolate, but I felt that he could really connect to this book.

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1. We can create a collage of all our favorite foods.
2. We can go over healthy eating habits that we all should follow.
3. We can make our own Trevor the bear and give him a new favorite food!
  t.smith12 | Nov 28, 2016 |
Leela Hope’s short picture book, The Bear Who Loved Chocolate, is beautifully illustrated with delightful images of a bear whose paw is dipped, not in honey pots, but in chocolate. Children will love to spot the rejected foods, and the watching turtle. Guardians will relate to the motherly promise of “lots of other yummy things to eat.” But sweet cuddly bears are less cuddly when they interrupt a chocolate picnic. And tummy ache ensues.

The story is fun, the lesson is wise and naturally told, the illustrations are bright and cheerful, and my only complaint might be that I wish the book were longer. A lovely short picture book for children, and especially for reluctant eaters, this one's bright, cheerful and wise.

Disclosure: I learned it was free so I bought it. ( )
  SheilaDeeth | Jan 21, 2016 |
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