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Bear Sees Colors

By Jan Carr, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

A walk in the woods teaches colors in simple rhyming story.

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The art in BEAR SEES COLORS is appealing, and the colors are vibrant and fun. The animal characters look cuddly and friendly. The story is written in preschool-pleasing rhyme, though the stanzas can be a bit choppy, with the number of syllables and their stresses sometimes shifting. This book would be an especially good pick for fans of Bear Snores On, who might enjoy taking a woodland walk with a familiar character who teaches them about colors.

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