Bear Snores On (Storytown) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-25 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 9 user ratings

" This is one of Ryder's favorite books, and it's fun for me to read, too. He cracks up when bear wakes up. I have it memorized because we read it so much. Love it!! " said.

" I love this book! It's a good read-aloud for a bear theme, or talking about hibernation, or winter, or just for fun. I've also used it as part of a book pair with a nonfiction book about bears when we talk about the difference between fiction and nonfiction---compare/contrast, KWL chart, etc. " said.

" What would you do if you woke to find your friends were having a get together without you but right you are, sleeping? Confused, disgruntled, angry, sad? Maybe all of the above. I guess you will have to read this picture book to find out. Written by karma Wilson, illustrated by Jane Chapman and published as a Margaret K Elderberry book.#animals #PB #cave #party " said.

" A really great story with wonderful pictures!!! There are a lot of different things that could be done with the story including making or using puppets to help tell the story. We also get to see how friends come together and fix a wonderful meal and share once the bear wakes up! Also I am pretty sure that the children will love pretending to snore just like the bear in the story! " said.

" Great board book and no forced rhymes!! I can't stand when authors try to make verses rhyme when they just don't - like JANIS does not rhyme with BANANAS! No matter how many times you try to convince yourself that it does, it just isn't happening!Not so with this book - not only does it flow but it's nicely illustrated and the story? Endearing and enchanting. A definite hit with the pre-school set - especially those who love wilderness animals! " said.

" We have this book as a board book and it is GREAT! The language from the Mouse sipping wee slurps to the Hare burping big burps is evocative onomatopoeia. Add the expressive drawings of a menagerie of animals and you have the workings of delightful warm story that you can savor with each retelling. We've added this one to our growing list of bed time books for my 18 month old daughter's night time routine. A real hoot of a read aloud. " said.

" My godson's father is famed for his snoring... So this was a pretty darn obvious choice as a gift.It's winter and the bear is hibernating... But that doesn't stop a lot of animals from seeking shelter in his nice warm cave... And having a party! But what will the bear think about all these animals in his cave, eating his food, when he wakes up?The animals are quite cute and the general storyline slows to a nice pace each time that we repeat "But the bear snores on." " said.

" Good. And wow the copy I got from the library was gi-normous. I've not seen a kid's book that big. And my wife put on a repeat performance - apparently she had done that very book at school that day. In her version the book has a bunch less words and a bunch more sound affects. On a re-read it was hard to get the sounds out of my head. And the cat panicked when the bear sneezed. But quite good enough art and good enough writing. And everyone was friends. " said.

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