Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin, Jr.
Illustrated by Eric Carle
Henry Holt and Company
Published in 2003
Not a series.
2 out of 5
Ease of Reading Text: 5 out of 5
Illustrations: 2 out of 5
Plot: 1 out of 5
A dreaming child sees all kinds of endangered animals.
I love Eric Carle’s books since they are always so cute and almost fun, even now, even though I am an adult. Though, this one of the first ones that I have read where he works with another author, so I was kind of interested to see how it would be. However, this time, instead of Eric Carle of writing this book, Bill Martin, Jr.
This book was really too simple compared to other children’s books. In order for your child to be interested in this book, I think that they will have to be under the age of five. Why? Because if they are any older, I think they will think it is as boring as I thought it was. I think the plot of showing different types of endangered animals was a very good idea, but it was poorly used to make it more interesting and less boring.
The illustrations are really very simple, but they are also kind of boring at the same time. However, I think it is creative how he can illustrate his own books with tissue paper, but it is still a little too simple for me to enjoy. The only thing that was well done for this book was how easy it was to read/see the text.
Anyways, I found this book kind of average and not really worth reading, but it is up to you if you think it is worth reading to your child. However, be warned that any child under the age of 5 might find it a little too boring. :|
Where I Got It:
Checked out from the library.
Challenges Apart Of:
Not planning to re-read.
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