Title: Terry Treetop and the Little Bear
Author: Tali Carmi
Published: March 30, 2015
Publisher: e-book pro
Genre: Children ages 3 on up
Review: ebook provided by Tomson and author
Take your kids on a spring adventure!
"March 21, the first day of spring!
Wonderful things this day will bring."
In this book, Terry Treetop is about to play with a little bear that came into his back yard, when the bear's mother calls him back to the woods. But something went wrong and the little bear was in danger.
Will Terry be able to save the little bear?
Will they play together after all?
This beginner reader’s eBook, the 5th in the Terry Treetop best sellers series, will teach your child about the signs of spring, and bears that leave their den in this season.
Your kids will enjoy full-color illustrations of Terry and the bear cub. This book is written especially for you and your kids aged 2- 8, with simple text and 17 colorful illustrations.
The story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for beginner readers.
We received this book to give an honest review.
This is a great book for those I would say that are maybe in the step 2 reading books. It is not only good for the kids to read out loud but also together. You have a young boy named Terry who is ready for Spring and as he is enjoying a wonderful spring day he sees a baby bear who he names Barry. As we read on we get to see if the two get to play or not or with the mother bear have baby bear come back to the woods.
K and I read this at bedtime and enjoyed it, K thought it was funny that the bear wanted to swing on Terry's swing. The pictures are very colorful and go well with the book. I do plan on reading this with A at bedtime tomorrow and see what she thinks of the book. Only with her being two she won't give me too many words to use.
The only thing I didn't like was that the pictures were not on the same pages as the words, for me that is something I like in a book for them to be together. Also there was a part where the mother bear was walking around the pit wondering about baby bear, and she didn't see who saves her cub. Which I thought was weird that she didn't see Terry even though she was walking around. I know something silly and probably irrelevant but it just bothered me a bit. Overall a good story K enjoyed it and so did I. I recommend this book for the young children.