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Polar Bear Morning

Polar Bear Morning A polar bear cub explores her artic world and finds something new a friend Companion to New York Times Best Illustratedbook New York Times bestselling book On a chill bright morning a polar bear cub

  • Title: Polar Bear Morning
  • Author: Lauren Thompson StephenSavage
  • ISBN: 9780439698856
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A polar bear cub explores her artic world and finds something new a friend Companion to New York Times Best Illustratedbook New York Times bestselling book.On a chill, bright morning, a polar bear cub awakes inside her cozy den She hears the seagulls far away calls and clambers out into the day.Suddenly a snowy something tumbles down a little snow hill She sees a snoA polar bear cub explores her artic world and finds something new a friend Companion to New York Times Best Illustratedbook New York Times bestselling book.On a chill, bright morning, a polar bear cub awakes inside her cozy den She hears the seagulls far away calls and clambers out into the day.Suddenly a snowy something tumbles down a little snow hill She sees a snowy face, snowy paws, and snowy fur What can it be Thrilling words and glowing pictures make this morning time tale of first friendship as satisfying as a warm hug.

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    1. Albeit the illustrations are simple and adorable, just the way I like them, but I disagree with the others when they say it is a great storytime book. Frankly, not a lot happens and there are some big words and big imagery. I tried to read it for storytime today, and the kids even said (pre-K and kindergarten level) that they just didn't quite understand. But the end of the book they were like "that's it?" - they seemed a little unfulfilled. I felt a little disappointed and unfulfilled too, hone [...]

    2. I received this as an advance reading copy. I like the cover illustration but not the ones inside. The interior illustrations just don't pop enough for me. The story is simple and kept the 3 1/2 year old I was reading it to engaged.

    3. A book my 5 yr old as well as my twin 3 yr olds loved. A solid reading level 1 book, this cute story keeps all ages engaged with the bright colorful pictures and cute story. A great addition to any children's library.

    4. This is a simple but sweet picture book for younger children. I would recommend it for children 4 and younger, as I feel like its simplicity will be less engrossing for older children. It is a sweet story of two polar bear cubs. They become friends as they explore the arctic. I used it in my classroom while we were learning about the arctic as an animal habitat, and, in that sense it was very effective. They encounter several different arctic species on their travels. The art style made it a lit [...]

    5. I loved this simple yet beautifully crafted book about a polar bear’s morning. The images are bold and yet soft. The illustrator uses a unique technique/look for the art of this book. I think kids will like it. It is a very sweet book. Good for a quick story time book. Highly recommended for Grades K-2.

    6. The polar bear from Polar Bear Night now wakes up in the day and makes a friend. Cute but just missing something in the writing. I don't think all kid books have to rhyme but it's just not lyrical at all. Again, the art work is what stands out here.

    7. Sweet polar bear book which explains how polar bears live in an accessible way. Great partner to If You Were a Penguin, and fun if you incorporate movements. Recommended ages 1-4.

    8. Booklist (December 15, 2012 (Vol. 109, No. 8))Preschool-Kindergarten. As they did in Polar Bear Night (2004), Thompson and Savage tell the story of an adventurous cub leaving the safety of her mother’s den to explore the Arctic. This time the cub meets another, and the pair jaunt about, tumbling and racing among the gulls and seals and walruses who share their home. Thompson’s poetic language, crisp and tender all at once (“High above, the seagulls whirl on the wind, calling”), paints a [...]

    9. It was cute. I wasn't a fan of the illustrations but I think that's just my artistic style and someone else might really love them. It wasn't that exciting to read as a parent but my daughter really liked it. She was happy that the polar bears were friends at the end.

    10. This is one of my favorite read-aloud picture books so far this year. It's a continuation of the popular Polar Bear Night by the same author / illustrator duo, but readers need not have read the first book to appreciate the second. In this story, a polar bear wakes up to a new day, has adventures, and makes a friend. Bold shapes in a calm, serene palette complement perfectly the simple, poetic text. The colors in this book really set the mood, with warmer tones of peach and rose jumping in here [...]

    11. Following the picture book Polar Bear Night, this second book continues the story of the little polar bear cub. The cub wakes up and peeks out at the day and snow outside her warm den. As she starts to explore, she discovers another little cub out playing too, sliding down a little snow hill. The two of them immediately start playing together, running towards the sea and eventually jumping into the icy water side by side. The two little friends end up together on an ice berg surrounded by family [...]

    12. A polar bear cub wakes up and goes out of her den. She follows the cries of the sea gulls. Then all of the sudden a snow cub (another polar bear) tumbles down a hill. The two new friends race past seals, walruses, and whales to get to the edge of the ocean. And then, what will the do? Why jump in of course, and head to a floating iceberg together.This is a book with a short amount of text, which is perfect for those with shorter attention spans. And the solid images with contrasting colors is pe [...]

    13. A polar bear cub makes a new friend after she leaves her den and ventures across the snow. Together, she and a snow cub frolic across the landscape, rolling down hills, racing past seals, and swiming in the icy sea water. This companion book to Polar Bear Night is filled with powerful, descriptive words that are fun to say and add to the story's pleasure: ("clambers out" (unpaged), "twirling" (unpaged), "scampers" (unpaged),and "glinting sea" (unpaged). The illustrations, linocuts printed with w [...]

    14. This book about finding, playing and making a friend is chock full of descriptive language and simple illustrations that will pull your toddler into the story about meeting another while out exploring the world and reinforce how wonderful it is to have friends with whom to explore. The simple and accessible story of friendship will expose your child to lots of vocabulary in the process of enjoying a simple story.

    15. We got this and the good night version from the library. They are both so super cute and the whole family enjoyed them. I especially loved this style of illustrations; the choice of colors and simpler drawings are a big hit with me. Which makes it easier to read night, after night, after night, to my son. Glad we both loved this one! I'd highly recommend it to my friends with kiddos into picture books :)

    16. The companion to Polar Bear Night, Polar Bear Morning finds the little cub out exploring her world. The day holds much in store: other creatures, activities, and even a new friend. Savage's illustrations feature bold shapes and surprising palettes that set an immediate mood for each spread. Even infants will be drawn to the simple forms and playful colors. Simple text and illustrations combine to create a beautiful book that would make a great baby shower gift.

    17. In a sequel to "Polar Bear Night", the polar bear cub wakes up before his mother and heads out for an adventure. He meets another cub and they explore their environment. The illustrations are shades of blue, pink and earth tones. The linocuts complement and add to the text for the youngest reader who will surely love this book.

    18. Sweet, but I think Polar Bear Night was better. It had a magical, lyrical quality that is missing here. This is just a nice book with pretty pictures about a little polar bear exploring her world and making a friend.

    19. Sorry what?What's a snow cub? What's the plot? Other than some amazing print pictures, this book lacks pretty much everything I look for in a children's book. The cover doesn't even reflect the amazing pictures in the actual story. So much potential here wasted. Kudos to Stephen Savage for the art.

    20. The little polar bear wakes to find a little snow cub who looks alot like him. They travel around the Arctic area playing together. The reader is introduced to other arctic animals living in the region. Good book for theme: winter, snow, friends, arctic animals Could be used with companion book Polar Bear Night.

    21. It's morning and a little polar bear cub emerges from the cozy den. She sees the snow, hears the seagulls and meets another little cub. They frollic and play all day. A very sweet simple story of friendship that is perfect for the under five set. It would be a lovely story time book, especially for those super hot days or wintery days.

    22. This is a rather short tale about 2 polar bears who are friends. They notice various things about the world they are in, and there are comments made about them. The images are large and blocky and colorful, and the text is brief. It would be good to read to children who are learning about animals and the environments in which they live.

    23. Before I even opened the covers of this book, I pulled my copy of Polar Bear Night off my shelves for a reread. All the magic in that book is alive again in Polar Bear Morning. The spare text with an engaging beat, the textured, warm illustrations that invite, combine to give readers a rare treat. Two books, two kinds of loveMy full review: bit/VPuH9C

    24. The companion to Polar Bear Night, Polar Bear Morning finds the little cub out exploring her world. The day holds much in store: other creatures, activities, and even a new friend. Savage's illustrations feature bold shapes and surprising palettes that set an immediate mood for each spread. n again, not much of a story.

    25. Like its companion book, Polar Bear Night, this book is popular with the preschool set. The theme of friendship in an Arctic setting is great for them to see because it is something with which they can relate. Thompson's books about the polar bear adventures will continue to be enjoyed at storytime.

    26. I think this book had a very good message about friendship. It shows the readers that they can make friends when they least expect it. It could be used to show your students how easy it can be to make friends.

    27. Accompanies the book Polar Bear Night. A young cub wakes up inside her cozy den and begins her day. She discovers a snowy friend tumbling down a hill and the two cubs run and play in their arctic environment and discover just what friendship means.

    28. This story of snow, sea, wide blue sky and friendship is filled with beautiful color-blocked illustrations. Young readers will want to read this again and again. Recommended for polar bear lovers ages 3 to 5.

    29. Lovely descriptive language paired with simple illustrations, shades of blue, grey and white. Might be a good choice for a story hour focused on bears, morning or friendship. Should keep the attention of preschool age, perhaps toddlers, as well.

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