Item description for Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear? by Nancy White Carlstrom...
Overview Rhymed text and illustrations describe Jesse Bear's activities from morning to bedtime
Publishers Description Now, the very youngest of readers can join in the fun with this Classic Board Book(TM) edition of "Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?" In joyful verse and vibrant illustrations, Nancy White Carlstrom and Bruce Degen's lovable Jesse Bear shares his special day with young children everywhere
Citations And Professional Reviews Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear? by Nancy White Carlstrom has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2010 page 1248
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Studio: Little Simon
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.88" Width: 4.7" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Aug 1, 1996
Publisher Little Simon
ISBN 0689809301 ISBN13 9780689809309 UPC 076714007994
Availability 22 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 21, 2016 07:40.
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More About Nancy White Carlstrom
Nancy White Carlstrom started writing when she was seven years old and has been writing ever since. She says, 'I write when I am happy and when I am sad, and especially when I celebrate God's creation. When you read This Is the Day, I hope it will cause you to look at your world and be surprised by wonder every day of the week.'
Nancy White Carlstrom currently resides in Fairbanks, in the state of Alaska.
Nancy White Carlstrom has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear??
Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear? Oct 30, 2007
Children love the "sing Songy" Rhymes. Illustrations are adorable. A must have for every childs collection.
Play on words not appreciated! Jun 19, 2007
Darling book, love the sing-songy quality about the verses, BUT, there's a typo, and after emailing the publisher, I learned that it's an intentional "play on words". It's "Jesse Bear", not "Jesse Bare" (as appears on the bathtub page). Okay, it's a little funny that it's on that page where presumably Jesse Bear is a bare bear, but is it too much to ask that our children's books be gramatically correct? I'm not sure why the editors think they can (or should!) try to pull this off! This "play on words" adds nothing to the story, but it sure does add confusion for early readers, not to mention frustration for parents who, like me, would like to instill proper grammar/word usage! I prefer to buy books that have actually been edited! There are plenty of other great books! (I don't object to the fun with words, but is it too much to ask that it be gramatically correct? If it's a play on words you're after, check out the Amelia Bedelia books. The author does a lovely job of playing with words/meanings but in a grammatically correct fashion!)
Jesse Jun 2, 2007
This book was smaller than the original I had several years ago. Kind of pricey, too. Great book -- that's why I wanted another copy.
Excellent book! May 31, 2007
This is the perfect toddler book. I got it from the library for a homeschool lesson, and my daughter loved it so much I'm going to buy our own copy. The images are colorful and soft, with lots to look at. The story (or poetry) is very simple and short. I like how, even though the story centers around baby Jesse and his mom, the dad is involved also. The story is very warm, with obvious affection shown for Jesse by his parents.
A family favorite Apr 21, 2007
Our family has loved this book through three kids - both boys & girls. Now our family refers to each other as Daddy Bear, Momma Bear, brother bear, sister bear. It is a fun, sweet book for little ones. Toddlers will relate.