Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Do Baby Bears Have Mommies? by Crystal Bowman & Teri McKinley

ISBN: 978-1-4964-1740-4
My thoughts:  This is the first book in the "I've Questions Series." Do Baby Bears Have Mommies? is a sweet little book that the author tells in appealing rhyme many of the questions that inquisitive little ones can pose to parents. And the response, again in charming rhyme, gives an answer with more information that educates the little one to the characteristics of the animals about whom the original question was raised.

Quite an array of critters and question about them are given - elephants, bears, ladybugs, mice, ducks, eagles. This is a charming way to begin educating the child to each critter. Anytime a story is told in rhyme, it is dually teaching the information as well as quietly teaching words that rhyme and cadence. 

The ending is especially nice in that the author shares that all critters are in God's care and that God made them.

Do Baby Bears Have Mommies? is the first book in the I’ve Got Question Series, which includes Does God Take Naps?.  

This is a Christian publication and I highly recommend it. Little ones will absolutely love it!

About the book: Kids ask a lot of questions. Some silly and some innocent. Some deep and some serious. The books in the I’ve Got Questions series address many of those childlike questions and offer satisfying answers. The content is lively and fun, yet meaningful and respectful of a child’s inquisitive mind. While the books have a strong educational component, the deeper purpose is to show parents how they can respond to their child’s questions with patience and love. Illustrations feature multicultural characters both male and female.

Do Baby Bears Have Mommies? answers questions about animals. Children learn about starfish, elephants, bears, stars, earthworms, eagles, trees, and heaven, while absorbing the underlying themes of God’s love and grace and a parent’s love for a child.

DISCLOSURE: Tyndale House Publishers has provided you with a complimentary copy of this book to facilitate a review of my opinions which are freely given.

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