THE PANDA POEMS
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Post a comment. Add to favorites. Submit your own. Similar Articles. Previous Next. I hate splash water on the lack of there-forth. The pictures are lovely and charming. From panda bear to polar bear, grizzly bear and many others of which I was previously unaware this little story uses rhyme and fact to entertain and educate. I definitely wouldn't mind seeing these authors previous collaborations.
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The Complete with fun bear facts at the end this picture book is cute and educational. The opinions expressed in this review are my personal, honest opinions. Your experience may vary. Please read my full disclosure policy for more details. Aug 19, Pam Page rated it really liked it. This is a nice non-fiction book for early readers with simple rhyming text and illustrations of the various types of bears. The end of the book includes a few interesting facts about each of the bears that might increase curiosity to read more about this animal. References at the end share websites to visit for more information.
A note: a previous review states that pandas are not bears. I was interested in checking that out and three websites confirm that they are bears including the Smithsoni This is a nice non-fiction book for early readers with simple rhyming text and illustrations of the various types of bears. I was interested in checking that out and three websites confirm that they are bears including the Smithsonian National Zoological Society.
Oct 11, Destiny Dawn Long rated it did not like it Shelves: female-authors , henrietta , picture-books , the-natural-world , childrens-books. I mean, okay, I get it. We've called them bears for a long time, because of a vague physical resemblance. But they're part of the raccoon family. And it drives me crazy that authors are teaching kids bad science! I did like the illustrations. Those were actually quite beautiful--especially the moon bear.
Aside from the glaring taxonomy error, the text was a little insipid.
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Nice, cute, whatever.. Nice, cute, whatever View 1 comment. Jul 20, Shelli rated it it was amazing Shelves: non-fiction , picture-books , my-favorites , science. Loved it!
If You Were a Panda Bear
A fun and educational book about the different species of bears. Educators can easily incorporate this book into their classrooms and science curriculum. This book can also be tied in with geography, adaptations, and art projects. The possibilities for teachers are limitless. Jul 29, Alice rated it really liked it. I swear I have read this book before, but maybe I haven't First I like the pictures. Then I like the story and or information. It is a non fiction without being intimidating like a non-fiction book CAN be droning on with boring facts and useless details.
At the end of the books there are some facts about the different types of bears. Of course the last page of the story is my favorite I know which type of bear is my favorite! Apr 25, Professor rated it liked it Shelves: clams. My son seems to really like this one. It is cute, but I always inwardly cringe at the end assertion that it would be best if the child being read to were a teddy bear, safe in his cozy teddy bear nest-smacks of helicopter parent desire to protect your child at the cost of real experience.
This is not to say it is a bad book, just the thought I think every time I read it. Aug 20, Becky rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , pb-nonfiction. This rhyming nonfictionish picture book introduces different types of bears.
If I were a preschool teacher, I would probably rate it higher. Each of the eight depicted bears have between 1 and 4 facts about them - teddy bears are also presented. The narrator interjects supposition at times. A cute book for the toddler and preschool set.
Aug 03, Samantha rated it it was amazing Shelves: rhyming , picture-books , bears , read-alouds. In rhyming text, readers are introduced to many different types of bears. Artwork is equal parts soft and cuddly as realistic. Following the story, facts about each type of bear are listed and bear sources and websites round out this fantastic book.
Great read aloud that incites interest in exploring nonfiction books on this subject. Also a great read before a trip to the zoo. Oct 12, Caryn Caldwell rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books. This sweet picture book uses rhyming text to show some of the qualities that make each type of bear unique. A "Bear Fun Facts" section at the end has more information on each species. Primarily for younger children, this is a gentle introduction to nonfiction with its simple facts, lilting rhythm, and lovely illustrations.
Feb 07, Caroline rated it liked it. Readers learn about different types of bears in this colorful and simple picture book. Short informative rhyming text and color pictures made it a favorite for the kids in the bear-themed preschool story time I did. Mar 11, Silence rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books-bears , preschool.
Audience: Preschool Illustrations: Each set of pages contains a large illustration of a different breed of bear. Read Aloud: Yes. Jul 28, Margie rated it really liked it Shelves: book-a-day , own-these-books. This is another beautiful book by the husband and wife team, Wendell and Florence Minor.
The poems feature one or two pieces of information about the eight bears in rhyme with a gentle rhythm surround by textured, realistic paintings. Madake - a thick bamboo plant native to China and perhaps Japan. The King's Tolerance, V2 Sealed walls of kingdom castles deafen towns' obstructed speakers; metal pandas pearl their plates and holster spears erected in rows.
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