by Renne (Renée Rahir)
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Pub Date 11 Oct 2016 | Archive Date 03 Jan 2017
Clavis Books, Clavis
A book with fantastic illustrations to enjoy together as a family, to learn and teach with the little ones about the life and the adaptive intelligence expressed by these magnificent animals, admired for many cultures.
Meet the bear! See where this big creature lives, find out what he eats, learn who his enemies are and how he spends his day. Enter his world with this wonderful, non-fiction picture book.
The first book of a new series that safely brings wild animals into the living room. For all nature lovers ages 5 and up.
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Average rating from 15 members
Ages 5 & up. An educational picture book about bears. Each spread answers a basic question, such as where bears live or how they spend their days. The soft-colored illustrations of this fierce creature in its natural habitat are so soothing. I almost wanted to settle down for hibernation when I was finished! While the book mostly focuses on brown bears, there is also a nice illustration of the seven species of bears all together that gives you a sense of scale. Brown bears look so tiny next to polar bears! I'd recommend this book to little animal lovers who want to learn more about the real creature that inspired the teddy bears.
This is not the typical children's book that I would normally take a look at but I am so glad I did. I was engaged from the outset and was not disappointed as I continued to read it.
This book takes the young reader through the life of bears, where they live, what they look like and how they get along. I found that I learnt quite a lot about bears and *Spoiler Alert* was surprised to find out that bears are considered grown at three years of age and start their own lives.
Early in the book is a white page with a bear and text describing different parts of the bear, this is by far my favorite page in the book because it is both visually stunning and informative.