Sleep, Black Bear, Sleep

Sleep Black Bear Sleep When winter s snow creates a soft blanket of silence nothing is comforting than curling up under a cozy quilt Whether slumber awaits in a warm bed a rocking hammock or a nest of leaves the feeling

  • Title: Sleep, Black Bear, Sleep
  • Author: Jane Yolen Heidi E.Y. Stemple Brooke Dyer
  • ISBN: 9780060815608
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When winter s snow creates a soft blanket of silence, nothing is comforting than curling up under a cozy quilt Whether slumber awaits in a warm bed, a rocking hammock, or a nest of leaves, the feeling of comfort and the infinite world of dreams are universal.This reassuring lullaby will calm any child to sleep, while Brooke Dyer s gentle illustrations show that the lWhen winter s snow creates a soft blanket of silence, nothing is comforting than curling up under a cozy quilt Whether slumber awaits in a warm bed, a rocking hammock, or a nest of leaves, the feeling of comfort and the infinite world of dreams are universal.This reassuring lullaby will calm any child to sleep, while Brooke Dyer s gentle illustrations show that the little details in everyone s niche truly make a place into a home.

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    One thought on “Sleep, Black Bear, Sleep”

    1. This is a mediocre book at best which is surprising coming from such an established and well reputable author as Jane Yolen. The story itself lagged and was fairly unimaginative while the illustrations were lack luster and amateurish. The idea behind this book is actually solid, but the execution was poor all around. I’d recommend any of Yolen’s other books over this one.

    2. Booklist (November 15, 2006 (Vol. 103, No. 6))cpg1252 The rhyme scheme is as lilting as a lullaby, and Dyer's ineffably sweet watercolor illustrations enrich this bedtime story. With winter-nights scenes always in the background, a series of animal folk is sleeping, snuggled in nests as cozy as can be. A black bear, its den under the roots of a tree, sits in a chair by the fireplace, covered by a quilt. A little frog may be asleep at the bottom of a stream, but it's tucked into its bed, and it w [...]

    3. This book is good for Hibernation Story Time. It talks about several hibernators. With toddlers, I don't read it word for word, but just talk about each of the pictures and the different animals sleeping.

    4. In the book it was winter and all the animals were going to sleep. And the little child was going up in the air in her bed. The bats were hanging. The turtle was snoozing in a box. The gopher was sleeping in the bed. But the animals were not real. They were just a little girl's toys. The animals were the girl's toys that went up in the night in her bed. This is a good book to reading at night, since it's a good night book.- by Felicity

    5. Sleep Black Bear, Sleep is a perfect bedtime book. The text is soothing and familiar, the illustrations are warm and whimsical. It is such a completely cozy book to curl up with my kiddos before bedtime.

    6. See how the animals sleep, nap, doze, etc. during the frigid winter season.Before reading the book, brainstorm all the synonyms or words that have the same meaning as sleep. Discuss the factual information on what these animals actually do in the winter.

    7. This is a very good book bedtime book, hibernation book, poetry book, etc. Each page has a different woodland animal that 'hibernates' for winter and has a small beautiful descriptive poem for that animal and the last one is for a child.

    8. By far my favorite of Ellary's books. The illustrations are captivating and detailed in the most charming way. I find myself spending time on each page just taking everything in. Fortunately Ell doesn't mind.

    9. A little long, but fun to read aloud because of the rhyming lilt. It was fun explaining the badger to Nicholas, as that was a 'new' animal to him. The illustrations were pretty. It was a sweet bedtime book.

    10. This book is appropriate for grades 1 and 2. It supports the teaching of the seasons (winter) and hibernation. It shows which animals hibernate.

    11. When Groundhog Day chased the groundhog away for 6 more weeks of winter, I read this book to children about all the animals that are still hibernating. A lovely, lyrical, whimsical book.

    12. A great book to teach about rhyming words and literacy. The book also has some amazing adjectives so it could be used for a grammar lesson as well.

    13. I loved the rhythmic wording of this book. I was reading it aloud and it practically rocked me to sleep! Definitely a good book to buy someone expecting a baby.

    14. Cute bedtime story book that introduces several animals sleeping. It has colorful pictures with many descriptive words.

    15. Sweet poetic lullaby about animals hibernating for the winter. The words are repetitive and soothing and the illustrations are engaging.

    16. I thought that the pictures were very cozy feeling, and found the story line enjoyable. Lydia was not interested at all, so it is probably better for an older child.

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