Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
A big happy frog, a plump purple cat, a handsome blue horse, and a soft yellow duck--all parade across the pages of this delightful book. Children will immediately respond to Eric Carle's flat, boldly colored collages. Combined with Bill Martin's singsong text, they create unforgettable images of... show more
A big happy frog, a plump purple cat, a handsome blue horse, and a soft yellow duck--all parade across the pages of this delightful book. Children will immediately respond to Eric Carle's flat, boldly colored collages. Combined with Bill Martin's singsong text, they create unforgettable images of these endearing animals.
Format: board book
Publish date: September 15th 1996
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Pages no: 24
Edition language: English
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Genre: Animals / Colors / Children's / School Year Published: 1967 Year Read: 2017Publisher: Henry Holt and CompanySeries: Bill Martin's Bears #1 I have been an avid fan of Eric Carle’s works, especially of his well-known children’s book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and one of the books that...
This book illustrates and describes many different animals in the world by using the sentence repetitively "Brown Bear, brown bear what do you see?" Then, the bear proceeds by describing animals and creatures around him. I think this book is a great choice for the classroom because it is extremely ...
Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See by Eric Carle is a 1.5 on the Accelerated Reading leveling system. This story is a simple picture book about various animals that a bear sees. The story goes though many colors and also has beautiful illustrations. This book could be used when teaching a unit on...
Who didn't love this book as a child? Its very engaging for kindergarten children, holding their attention with vivid colors, animals, and easy to understand text. I would use this book as a reading circle read aloud. I would read the book aloud to my kindergarten class and lead an activity in co...
This book is a great book for kindergartners, it introduces colors and basic animals to the reader. I would use it for my special needs children for repetition and color recognition. It would be fun to read this book to them then have them draw an animal and color it.