This is a charmingly illustrated book with a story on every page. My son at 3 used to stop me and ask about the scenes - why is this? who is that? where are they going? Great for imaginative reading and story telling.
Adorable book! Oct 10, 2007
I love the illustrations in this book - they are so sweet. I had bought this book for my own daughter when she was a baby and now I just bought it for my twin grandsons.
Still My Favorite Children's Book Jan 2, 2007
This was my favorite children's book when I was young. I would have my mother read it to me over and over again and still to this day I can remember almost all of the letters! As friends of mine have children, this is the book I always get for them! And before I wrap it up, I always read through it again and remember how much I loved it. Absolutely my favorite children's book even now!
The most amazing book ever! Apr 16, 2006
I can remember when I was young, I made my father read this book to me over and over and over again until he had it memorized! This book, is by far the best book ever! My personal favorite. The pictures are georgous and the rymes are great. If you love Teddy Bears, you'll love this book! All children should own this!
Somebody please recall this book! Waste of money! Sep 3, 2004
There are a lot of bad children's books and this is one of them. I have the board book version. The pictures are dark and gloomy. Maybe it is for atmosphere, which is probably a taste issue. There are 3 major problems I have with this book. Each letter introduces a bear whose name begins with the letter and doing something that most of the time also begins with that letter. I don't like Ursula being a useless bear. Imagine a poor girl with that name out there reading this book. Could someone please check the spelling, I believe William is wearing a CAPE not CAP, according to the drawing? Lastly, Xavier is not unheard of, is it?