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Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Board book – 2 Jan 1997
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Carle's books all have an educational element – they teach about animals, numbers, colours and nature – but a big part of their appeal is that they are not didactic or laboured, but light and entertaining. There's warmth and humour there too (Junior)
Carle's richly hued, collage-like art and gentle text will be comfortingly familiar to his numerous young devotees (Publishers Weekly)
Eric Carle . . . has an unfailing magic. His gentle, glowing collages are satisfying for parent and child (The Times)
Exuberantly coloured artwork and favourite animals make this rhythmic story the perfect introduction to looking and learning about colours. Each spread leads seamlessly into the next and young children will delight in Eric's colourful collage of animals and simple repetitive language.See all Product description
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I've read this book over and over. The upbeat rhythm prevents it from ever getting monotonous - even after 6 months.
I can even recite this book to my son without looking at the book. Just keep to the rhythm and make up the animals... I see a purple duck, yellow zebra and so on.
I highly recommend this book for parents of newborns. Your child will eventually recognise this book from the way it's read.
It's a lovely book with bright, beautiful illustrations.
PS for the non Arabic speaking parent, know that the Arabic script does not have the harakaat written on the words
The old saying, "don't judge a book by its cover", is very true here.
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