The Bear Ate Your Sandwich Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-21 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 77 user ratings

" Cute, funny, a great ending gag, and perfect illustrations for the subject matter (the airborne bear fleeing the dogs makes me giggle every time). Could pair nicely with Goldilocks and Just One Bear for a bear-in-the-city storytime.Also, the endpapers! Well done. " said.

" This book was so cute. I am so glad to have it in my library. The art in the book is beyond adorable. The language may be a little tough for young readers but it works great for a read-aloud. I love the twist/surprise at the end of the book. It had me giggling. Great for any library! " said.

" Cute, funny, and sweet with lovely illustrations--kids are going to love this one. I was lucky enough to hear the author give her Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Honor acceptance speech at the University of Southern Mississippi. " said.

" I like the wit and the unreliable narrator, but the illustrations were a pleasant surprise. The quality of the light, the shimmering palette, and the funny details of the bear's city adventure really impressed me. " said.

" Loved this one! Colorful and expressive illustrations bring this story of a bear that loses its way to life. Children will enjoy looking at the detailed pictures of the bear discovering city life and the delicious things it has to offer. The surprise twist at the end will leave children wondering who really ate the sandwich. " said.

" I thought this story was very cute, but the kindergarteners I shared it with didn't understand that the bear didn't actually eat the sandwich (or even exist), so it fell pretty flat. They were attentive while I read, but there was no reaction at the end. I asked if they thought the bear really ate the sandwich and almost all of the kids in all three classes answered yes. " said.

" This book was gorgeous and had me laughing out loud at the end. Can't wait to share it with the kiddos!The beautifully smudgy, colorful, dreamy art pulled me in from the beginning. and as my (19-year-old) niece pointed out, the sandwiches on the front end papers are amazing, and made us both hungry! " said.

"When you are the oldest child in the family, blame for seemingly everything lands squarely on your shoulders. It's obvious you can't point the finger at a younger sibling when the mishap in question involves writing or reading and they can't do either yet. (In one of my not-the-sharpest-tack-in-the-box moments, I tried this very thing.) When it comes to the disappearance of all the chocolate chips from the package it's an entirely different story. Anyone can accomplish this feat, even if they are too short to reach the cupboard.

As I have mentioned before if it gets to the point when no one is willing to take responsibility, the "ghost" is blamed. The Bear Ate Your Sandwich (Alfred A. Knopf, an imprint of Random House Children's Books, January 6, 2015) written and illustrated by Julia Sarcone-Roach is about a bear's apparent quest for an irresistible meal. Anyone who has watched Yogi Bear running, jumping and swinging his way around Jellystone Park knows bears simply can't help themselves when it comes to lunch boxes and picnic baskets. Right?

My full recommendation:
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