[Read] ➪ The Bear Ate Your Sandwich By Julia Sarcone Roach – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Bear Ate Your Sandwich This is a terrific story to read to kids to get their minds thinking As a volunteer, I read this story to two first grade classes and a mixed younger primary class this week Lots of opportunities to ask the kids questions as you read to them There are no words outside their vocabulary range, There is a big twist in the plot at the very end that is a great mind bender for them I can t say enough about this book SPOILER ALERT A bear did NOT eat the sandwich Wonderful, imaginative children s book with beautifully detailed illustrations My 3 year old LOVES this book although she still believes the bear ate the sandwich , and I don t mind reading it repeatedly It s sweet, funny, and we like to look for the bear and talk about what he s doing in the scenes on each page The only small nit I would have is that I usually have to add a little narration to explain that the bear gets on a boat at the end it s pictured, but she doesn t really understand what s being shown Otherwise, she still interprets the bear s perception literally she thinks the tall tree is actually a tall tree, and not the electrical pole it actually is, for example This is one of our absolute favorites though great book. This is a cute story of a bear that accidentally winds up in a city that looks suspiciously like New York , does some exploring, finds a sandwich on a park bench, eats it, and eventually winds up back in his forest home This is a very, very simple story but it is pure delight for a toddler The full page illustrations are a joy to see and the simple story line has a touch of adventure.I sent this book as a birthday gift to a 3 year old and he is delighted with it It has become his favorite book and his mother says that almost every night he climbs on her lap with this book and insists that they both read it He s much taken with the beautiful illustrations.The hardcover edition is a large 9 x11 and has a dust jacket which it does not need since the picture on the dust jacket is the same as on the glossy board cover It s probably best to take the off the dust jacket and put it away somewhere since it won t last long in a toddler s hands. This book was a gift for my grandson He enjoyed it tremendously I think that it gave him a perspective on sharing and being honest with people. This book is so cute I could read it a dozen times a day and not tire of it The pictures are hilarious and a great complement to the narrative My grandson who is three requests it every time he comes over I highly recommend this book. Fortunate to come across this book to share with my Grandson A brilliant storyline balanced across beautifully crafted and brightly illustrated pages by Julia A perfect Christmas gift to accompany precious grandad grandson our time Looking forward to the sequel now 10 out of 10 from us both.Bravo Juliaps story not gender specific This Enjoyable Romp Is Sure To Elicit Giggles Young Readers And Listeners Will Laugh Out Loud As They Closely Examine The Pictures And Find The Jokes In This Highly Interactive Urban Adventure Kirkus Reviews To Her Credit, The Question Of The Narrator S Identity And Reliability May Not Come Up For Readers Until Book S End If They Do Wonder, The Diverting Story And Illustrations Help To Keep It A Surprise After The Bear Returns To The Forest, The Silver Tongued Narrator S Subterfuge Quickly Falls Apart, And The Truth Is Unleashed Ruff Ruff Ruff Ruff Ruff The Book Stands Up To Repeat Readings The Illustrations And Endpapers Beg For Attention Horn Book, Starred Review Lush, Color Drenched Paintings Charming Wall Street Journal This Story Is Mischief Making At Its Finest And Just Like A Good Sandwich, It S Hard To Resist Book Page While The Bear Storyline Is Entertaining In Itself, The Ending Twist Will Equally Delight Kids Who Love To Spot Untruths, And A Second Reading For Hints As To The Narrator S Credibility May Well Be In Order The Bulletin Of The Center For Children S Books, Starred Review The Illustrations In This Book Are Terrific Color Drenched And Bold Slashes That Cover The Pages School Library Journal,Starred ReviewAfter Attending The Rhode Island School Of Design, JULIA SARCONE ROACH Made Her Knopf Picture Book Debut With The Secret Plan,and Followed It Up With The Highly Praised Subway Story She Is Also The Creator Of Animated Videos, Including Call Of The Wild,which Was Featured In Indie Film Festivals And Won Several Prizes Julia Lives In Brooklyn, NY You Can Find Her On The Web At Jsarconeroach

About the Author: Julia Sarcone Roach

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