ONE Very Big Bear

ONE Very Big Bear

ONE Very Big Bear As far as he can tell Bear is the biggest thing around He might even be a giant It s not long before other smaller animals set him straight in this charmingly illustrated book about counting and rel

  • Title: ONE Very Big Bear
  • Author: Alice Brière-Haquet Olivier Philipponneau Raphaële Enjary
  • ISBN: 9781419721175
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As far as he can tell, Bear is the biggest thing around He might even be a giant It s not long before other, smaller animals set him straight in this charmingly illustrated book about counting and relative size Together, two walruses, three foxes, and so on, are the same size as Bear, each teasing him for foolishly thinking that there is nothing bigger than he When sixAs far as he can tell, Bear is the biggest thing around He might even be a giant It s not long before other, smaller animals set him straight in this charmingly illustrated book about counting and relative size Together, two walruses, three foxes, and so on, are the same size as Bear, each teasing him for foolishly thinking that there is nothing bigger than he When six sardines arrive to tell Bear that together, they are just as big as he is, Bear has had enough and gobbles them up for breakfast.

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    The large polar bear feels that he may be a very large bear. However, when he encounters some of his friends, they show him that he is not all that large. As the reader is forced to add (one + one + etc), they see that the bear is not as tall or powerful as he may feel. By the end, the tables are turned and all is revealed. Neo laughed at the antics in this book and I can only hope he enjoyed the entertainment of having someone read to him. Enjoy this, young sir, for soon you will be reading sol [...]

    It's a combination of arctic animals and simple math! The animals include a bear, walrus, foxes, sea lions, penguins, and sardines. Counting goes up to the number six. (Author and illustrators are from France.)2018 storytime theme: arctic animalsReviewed from a library copy.

    This one has great pictures but the concept didn't work that well for a read-aloud. I used this for a polar bear/penguin storytime and the kids liked it, but I think it would have made more sense to count the animals instead of saying "one and one and one and one and one"

    The idea was ok, but why did the bear eat the 6 sardines in the end? :'/ Rhymes and visual numbers (like 1, 2, 3 etc.) would have been nice, too.

    HELLOPolar Bears and Penguins are NEVER together! Please rethink the animals in what could have been a very good book!!

    As a math concept book - great. But please stop combining polar bears with penguins - they live in different areas. Grrr.

    Bear thinks he's the tallest one around, but when other animals cooperate with each other they find that two walruses or five penguins can be just as big as a bear together. Not only does this involve counting and introduce simple addition, but it also introduces the concept of fractions and points out that cooperation can bring about big results. Fun polar animal illustrations in a simple but bright color scheme. See if little ones can pick out which of the animals shouldn't be at the north pol [...]

    Here is a fun easy read for a picture book with adding on concept for mathematics and for teaching young children how to add on in counting. The arctic theme and pictures as animals compare themselves to a polar bear are fun and themed to the counting of animals in that habitat.

    A bear thinks he is VERY big. Other groups of animals tell him he's silly as they all stack on top of each other to become taller. The easy addition and simple illustrations are great for storytimes.

    Cute book that introduces the concept of counting with large block illustrations. A pattern of being as big as the one eponymous polar bear helps to model adding skills.

    Very minimalistic and spare in its design, this counting/addition book is unusual in that it counts/adds up to six (most children's picture books stop at five or ten). I liked the use of polar animals, and I like the artwork. The ending was satisfying, and I'm glad that the author stopped there. If it had kept on going it would have annoyed me excessively. Mixing up the animals--putting polar bears with penguins--was bad enough. Hello, South Pole/North Pole. *sigh*

    In the vein of offbeat children's books like Tatsuya Miyanishi's You Look Yummy and Lucy Ruth Cummins' A Hungry Lion or A Dwindling Assortment of Animals, this is a counting book set in the arctic with a polar bar, two walruses, three arctic foxes, four sea lions, five penguins, and six sardines. Bold illustrations of abstracted arctic animals and a chilly and perfect black, white, and ice blue color scheme make this a visual delight for those who may or may not be interested in the counting con [...]

    A fun counting book where the other animals try to tell bear he's not as big as he thinks he is

    A bear thinks he is very big and meets other animals that together equal him. Simple words and concepts.

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