I’ll Be Your Polar Bear
A child and his father are out for a winter stroll through the snow and become a story featuring a polar bear and his cub. The story follows the many different adventures and activities the two do together throughout the northern winter wonderland, such as riding on glaciers, swimming in the water, enjoying the Northern Lights, and other activities. The adult polar bear—similar to the human father—will always be there for the child and available to support them throughout their life.
With as many words per a page and as many multi-syllable words as there are, this book is designed for parents to read to their children, especially as a night-time story at the end of the day, as much of the book takes place at the end of a long day of fun and activities with mom and dad. The art is fairly easy to follow and should keep the child engaged, especially with all the different activities the young cub is up to, while the parent is viewed as the ultimate protector.
|Justin Roberts, Chuck Groenink
|Penguin Young Readers Group
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