Little Bear's Friend

Little Bear s Friend Little Bear meets Emily a human girl and her doll Once again Little Bear proves himself to be as wistful and tender a little creature as exists in the child s library K

  • Title: Little Bear's Friend
  • Author: Else Holmelund Minarik Maurice Sendak
  • ISBN: 9780060242565
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Little Bear meets Emily, a human girl, and her doll Once again Little Bear proves himself to be as wistful and tender a little creature as exists in the child s library K.

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    1. These were like my all time favorite books when I was 5!!!! 😂❤️❤️❤️❤️ I re-read them and they are so sweet! 😆😁

    2. Reason for Reading: My son read the book aloud to me as his reader.Summary: Little Bear meets Emily for the first time; she and her parents are camping in the woods for the summer. They become friends, have adventures on their way to owl's house for his party and say goodbye at the end of the summer.Comments: Fans of the TV show will be interested in seeing how Emily really meets Little Bear for the first time and that indeed she does have parents who are alive and well! This book more than othe [...]

    3. The little bear begins his adventure up in a tree overlooking the entire land. On his way down from the tree to head home for lunch, the little bear meets lots of new friends including a young girl named Emily. The book follows the adventures of the two friends and all the other friends they meet and play with. This book would be helpful for beginner readers. The sentences are short and include many high frequency words. A reading curriculum would benefit from the book because it teaches childre [...]

    4. EDLI 200 Reading Requirement: Easy ReaderGenre: Fiction Easy ReaderReading Level: Grade 1-3Take off on another adventure with Little Bear as he makes a new friend, lends a helping hand, delights in the pleasure of friendship and reminds us that the truest gifts in life are often right in front of us.

    5. "Mini" chapter book for students. This would be a nice choice to put in the library when reading other Little Bear books. Talks about friendships and being loyal. Vivid and detailed pictures used throughout.

    6. This is the other Little Bear book I grew up reading. My old battered copies of this and Father Bear Comes Homes have been passed down to my eight year old daughter who loves them. She recently read this one and Father Bear Comes Home aloud to me.

    7. This is the third book in the Little Bear series. To me, this book is not as good as the others. The story with Little Bear's new friend Emily is not as original as the other stories about Little Bear. It is still good and worth reading.

    8. Just as it's time to go home, Little Bear meets a lost girl and helps her find her way home. A good book for readers who are ready to read on their own.

    9. Un libro álbum considerado ya clásico, donde Sendak comenzó a forjar su estilo. Interesante, pero nada del otro mundo.

    10. A charming and imaginative story about a friendship between bear and a little girl. A delightful little story for young children and early readers.

    11. Little Bear meets Emily, whom he immediately befriends. They go on adventures together such as babysitting ducklings and going to Owl's party.

    12. a sweet little story about little bear and his friend emily. felt a little bit like a knock off of winnie the pooh, but I don't think many kids would see it. might be overly saccharine for some people.

    13. This second book in the series is as sweet as the first. The introduction of a human companion subtly conveys the message that friends come in all kinds. The gentle adventures are still in an easy-to-read format.

    14. Deciding to finally give up on these Little Bear books. Still love the illustrations, but they are pretty hard to keep Z's attention.

    15. Title: Little Bear’s FriendAuthor: Else Holmelund MinarikIllustrator: Maurice SendakGenre: Early readerTheme(s): friendship, summer, animals, lettersOpening line/sentence: “Little Bear sat in the top of a high tree.”Brief Book Summary: Little Bear becomes friends with a little girl names Emily and they spend the summer in the woods with their other friends. At the end of the summer Emily must go, but Little Bear’s mother tells him he can write her letters and that makes him feel better.P [...]

    16. This picture book, produced three years after the first Little Bear, shows an increase in skill by both Else Holmelund Minarik, the author, and Maurice Sendak, the illustrator. There are more descriptions for children to read this time around, yet the essentials are still simple for early readers. The stories revolve around Little Bear's new friend, Emily, and her doll, Lucy, who is treated by the author as a real person. Each of the four stories show off Minarik's witty humor while still stayin [...]

    17. I read one of the Little Bear books a few years back. Somehow it managed to be the one in which a mermaid appeared. Although I was not in the least bit interested in the mermaid, I saw the beauty of the illustrations and told myself that if I ever found a Little Bear book *without* a mermaid in it, I would buy it. So now you know the back history of my purchasing Little Bear’s Friend.In Little Bear’s Friend, Little Bear meets a young girl named Emily who was wandering lost in the woods. They [...]

    18. I came across this book in the library and chose it because I remember enjoying reading the series of books when I was just starting out as a reader. This book is easy to comprehend for an early reader and the clever illustrations on each page captivate interest. This book supports many of the same themes found in "Frog and Toad Are Friends" of the power of a positive friendship and the impact it can have on your life. As a young child, I could relate to the sad, empty feeling of having close fr [...]

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