Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? (Brown Bear and Friends) By Bill Martin Jr.

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This is not a review about the story or pictures of this book. This is a review about the construction and the lack of quality control. The book's cover is install backwards, so when you flip open the first page, what you actually see is the last page upside down.

Now I'm trying to decide if it's worth my time to return and buy another or attempt to separate the cover and glue it back. Very disappointing. Kindle I'd give it one star if I could.paid full price and received a used version. WTH. Kindle I have always been a fan of Eric Carle books, and this was no exception.
We have the whole series! My son's favorite is Brown Bear but he likes a lot this too.
This book, like the others, is interactive and rhythmic, you can introduce the names of the animals and the sounds they make. 
Children learn easily colors, what sounds each animal makes and even counting how many characters are in the book. 
The illustrations are so unique and eye catching, the colors are bright, the pages are sturdy and the story holds their attention.
The book finishes with a summary of all that the children have seen.
The hard board book is easy to hold and very durable.
A must have Kindle This book is a lot like Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See (by the same authors), but much colorful and beautiful. It feels a little redundant if you already have Brown Bear, but if you're choosing between the two I would pick this one. The animals are a little lesser known so it may not be quite as helpful as a teaching tool, but the illustrations are much nicer and I like the story a bit too. Kindle I want to give this a better review for, as an adult, I love the concept and the artwork. But the pieces that you slide are difficult for my 15 month old son (they get stuck), and after a month the binding is falling apart. Same with the original one; the book completely fell apart in about three months. This is a beautiful book that is very poorly built. Kindle

The author and illustrator team behind the classic Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see? turn their extraordinary talents to the theme of animal conservation.

Thirty five years after their first groundbreaking collaboration, the creators of Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? reunite to address the important topic of animal conservation. A Bald Eagle soars, a Spider Monkey swings, a Macaroni Penguin struts, and a Red Wolf sneaks through Bill Martin Jrs rhythmic text and Eric Carles vibrant images, and all are watched over by our best hope for the future a dreaming child.

Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? is a 2004 Bank Street Best Childrens Book of the Year. Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? (Brown Bear and Friends)

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My daughter loved Brown Bear, Brown Bear and Polar Bear, Polar Bear so when i saw this I had to get it. It surprised me a little; the other two books contained what I consider to be 'basic' animals, ones that are well known and popular. However here were animals like Macaroni Penguins and Water Buffalo, and the ending focussed on stating how they were wild and free. It was a pleasant surprise and I'm glad we have it! Kindle My now two year old son has enjoyed the what do you see/hear books since he was around 9 months old. They have helped him with identifying and naming animals and the repetition and rhythm of the book helps him anticipate what is next and he gets excited. This book has also helped with learning action words that we act out sometimes in order to increase his vocabulary and add a bit fun into reading. Highly recommended! Kindle Super cute story and art. I use to the original brown bear version on this when I was little so I bought this book for my daughter and I'm happy Kindle Like the original book this one is amazing, repetitive, great illustrations lots of fun. Kindle My 1 year old daughter absolutely loved Brown Bear Brown Bear and wore it out from reading it dozens of times per day. When we found this sequel we bought it for her and she loves it just as much. It might not last the year, but that's only because of how much she drags it around the house with her. Kindle