Board Book è Jamberry Kindle Þ

Board Book è Jamberry Kindle Þ


Jamberry [Epub] ➟ Jamberry By Bruce Degen – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This bestselling classic features a berry loving boy and an endearing rhyme spouting bear The fun wordplay and bright paintings with lots of details for young readers to explore make Jamberry a perenn This bestselling classic features a berry loving boy and an endearing rhyme spouting bear The fun wordplay and bright paintings with lots of details for young readers to explore make Jamberry a perennial favorite, and this board book edition is a great stocking stufferA small boy and a big friendly bear embark on a berry picking extravaganza, looking for blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries Their fun adventure comes to a razzamatazz finale under a starberry skyFrom author illustrator Bruce Degen, Jamberry is perfect for sharing With delightful, rich illustrations and zany wordplay, Jamberry is a must have book for any family with young children, according to Children s books GuideHatberryShoeberryIn my canoeberryUnder the bridgeAnd over the damLooking for berriesBerries for jam.

    Board Book è Jamberry Kindle Þ extravaganza, looking for blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries Their fun adventure comes to a razzamatazz finale under a starberry skyFrom author illustrator Bruce Degen, Jamberry is perfect for sharing With delightful, rich illustrations and zany wordplay, Jamberry is a must have book for any family with young children, according to Children s books GuideHatberryShoeberryIn my canoeberryUnder the bridgeAnd over the damLooking for berriesBerries for jam."/>
  • Board Book
  • 32 pages
  • Jamberry
  • Bruce Degen
  • English
  • 04 July 2019
  • 0694006513

About the Author: Bruce Degen

Bruce Degen is a children s literature author and illustrator, with over forty books to his creditHe is probably best known as the illustrator of The Magic School Bus series of books, by Joanna Cole He has collaborated with Nancy White Charstrom on the popular Jesse Bear books, and the Caldecott Medal winning Commander Toad series by Jane Yolen Degen has authored Jamberry, Daddy Is a Doodlebug, and Shirley s Wonderful BabyHe was encouraged by an elementary school teacher to become an illustrator, and pursue his primary love for art found in children s books Humor is one of his key values, as expressed by a quote comparing children s illustration to traditional fine arts You don t see many people walking around a gallery are chuckling And I realized that I wanted a chuckle His career has included such diverse activities as advertising design, teaching art to students, teaching children s book illustration to adults, painting scenery for opera productions, and running a lithography studio in Israel Mr Degen currently lives in Connecticut.



10 thoughts on “Jamberry

  1. Calista Calista says:

    I found this little sweet book on Open Library A rhyming story about a bear picking berries and his love of berries The artwork is bordering on the surreal and the story isn t a whole lot, but for a kid under 3 you want to entertain, this story could do that.This is rough for an adult, in my opinion, but its not written for me.

  2. Donovan Donovan says:

    Jamberry makes me hungry, as it should It contains literally thousands of berries, jams, jellies, pies, tarts, you name it And a pleasant anthropomorphic bear There s a cute and,importantly, un forced rhyme scheme that lightly dips into the made up words Dr Seuss territory The artwork is solid Clean, bright and imaginative I think Bruce Degen does a good job of subtly encouraging kids to get outside and do something simple yet rewarding in nature, like berry picking, which stimual Jamberry makes me hungry, as it should It contains literally thousands of berries, jams, jellies, pies, tarts, you name it And a pleasant anthropomorphic bear There s a cute and,importantly, un forced rhyme scheme that lightly dips into the made up words Dr Seuss territory The artwork is solid Clean, bright and imaginative I think Bruce Degen does a good job of subtly encouraging kids to get outside and do something simple yet rewarding in nature, like berry picking, which stimualtes the imagination and makes for happier kids Something kids these days jesus, did I really just say that need to remember And it s one of my daughter s favorites

  3. Valerie Valerie says:

    Holds a special place in my heart I was reading this book out loud to my 3 year old niece after her brain surgery and it made her laugh It was the first response we d had and it marked the beginning of a turn for the better I think this book is miraculous.

  4. Emily May Emily May says:

    The rhyme in this book just works so good I like it almost as much as my son does It s amazing how quickly One berry, Two berry, Pick me a blueberry gets stuck in your head.

  5. ❀Aimee❀ Just one more page... ❀Aimee❀ Just one more page... says:

    This has been one of our children s favorites.It has wonderful, whimsical illustrations The words are full of alliteration and made up words This was a great book with which to challenge my early reading boys with.A sweet, wonderful book that still makes me smile despite all the times we had to read it.

  6. Rottgrl88 Rottgrl88 says:

    This was a very colorful story Lots of purples, blues and reds I love fruit and animals so this was a story up my alley I enjoyed it and I would recommend This was a very colorful story Lots of purples, blues and reds I love fruit and animals so this was a story up my alley I enjoyed it and I would recommend

  7. Terri Lynn Terri Lynn says:

    I read this book years ago when my daughter was younger and reread it regularly now It is a purely joyful rhyming book that zips off the tongue in a delightful way The colors burst off the page and there is so much energy here, it makes me want to dance The berries look luscious and there are so many surprises in the gorgeous art Read this no matter what age you are and please share it with all of the children in your world just for the joy and pleasure of it.

  8. Shiloah Shiloah says:

    This was one of my favorite books growing up I ve raised my children on it Today, while browsing children s books, I realized our copy has long since flown the coop We bought another one for the youngest kids to enjoy I still love it too.

  9. Kylie Walter Kylie Walter says:

    Jamberry is another one of my very favorite primary reader books As a little girl I read this book too many times to even attempt counting When I first got it I couldn t actually read it but I had memorized it page by page so I pretended to read it It is an easy read for beginners and it is absolutely adorable It really pulls you in with its illustrations, I mean what little kid wouldnt want to be able to run around barefoot eating all sorts of berries and hanging out with a big bear like th Jamberry is another one of my very favorite primary reader books As a little girl I read this book too many times to even attempt counting When I first got it I couldn t actually read it but I had memorized it page by page so I pretended to read it It is an easy read for beginners and it is absolutely adorable It really pulls you in with its illustrations, I mean what little kid wouldnt want to be able to run around barefoot eating all sorts of berries and hanging out with a big bear like the boy in the story I know I did at that age and sometimes I still do This book is magical without any magical aspects This book will be read to my children are learning to read, I am sure of it

  10. Memi Lecrou Memi Lecrou says:

    This was a silly little story Though there was less story to it andsilly rhyming Where it shined was in the illustrations I had to pause on each page to take in each picture so I didn t miss a thing Marshmallow cattails, lilypads made of pats of butter, a tree with slices of bread for leaves and of course berries of every kind jam packed see what I did there throughout It makes me crave some nice juicy blackberries full review available on my blog

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10 thoughts on “Jamberry

  1. Calista Calista says:

    I found this little sweet book on Open Library A rhyming story about a bear picking berries and his love of berries The artwork is bordering on the surreal and the story isn t a whole lot, but for a kid under 3 you want to entertain, this story could do that.This is rough for an adult, in my opinion, but its not written for me.

  2. Donovan Donovan says:

    Jamberry makes me hungry, as it should It contains literally thousands of berries, jams, jellies, pies, tarts, you name it And a pleasant anthropomorphic bear There s a cute and,importantly, un forced rhyme scheme that lightly dips into the made up words Dr Seuss territory The artwork is solid Clean, bright and imaginative I think Bruce Degen does a good job of subtly encouraging kids to get outside and do something simple yet rewarding in nature, like berry picking, which stimual Jamberry makes me hungry, as it should It contains literally thousands of berries, jams, jellies, pies, tarts, you name it And a pleasant anthropomorphic bear There s a cute and,importantly, un forced rhyme scheme that lightly dips into the made up words Dr Seuss territory The artwork is solid Clean, bright and imaginative I think Bruce Degen does a good job of subtly encouraging kids to get outside and do something simple yet rewarding in nature, like berry picking, which stimualtes the imagination and makes for happier kids Something kids these days jesus, did I really just say that need to remember And it s one of my daughter s favorites

  3. Valerie Valerie says:

    Holds a special place in my heart I was reading this book out loud to my 3 year old niece after her brain surgery and it made her laugh It was the first response we d had and it marked the beginning of a turn for the better I think this book is miraculous.

  4. Emily May Emily May says:

    The rhyme in this book just works so good I like it almost as much as my son does It s amazing how quickly One berry, Two berry, Pick me a blueberry gets stuck in your head.

  5. ❀Aimee❀ Just one more page... ❀Aimee❀ Just one more page... says:

    This has been one of our children s favorites.It has wonderful, whimsical illustrations The words are full of alliteration and made up words This was a great book with which to challenge my early reading boys with.A sweet, wonderful book that still makes me smile despite all the times we had to read it.

  6. Rottgrl88 Rottgrl88 says:

    This was a very colorful story Lots of purples, blues and reds I love fruit and animals so this was a story up my alley I enjoyed it and I would recommend This was a very colorful story Lots of purples, blues and reds I love fruit and animals so this was a story up my alley I enjoyed it and I would recommend

  7. Terri Lynn Terri Lynn says:

    I read this book years ago when my daughter was younger and reread it regularly now It is a purely joyful rhyming book that zips off the tongue in a delightful way The colors burst off the page and there is so much energy here, it makes me want to dance The berries look luscious and there are so many surprises in the gorgeous art Read this no matter what age you are and please share it with all of the children in your world just for the joy and pleasure of it.

  8. Shiloah Shiloah says:

    This was one of my favorite books growing up I ve raised my children on it Today, while browsing children s books, I realized our copy has long since flown the coop We bought another one for the youngest kids to enjoy I still love it too.

  9. Kylie Walter Kylie Walter says:

    Jamberry is another one of my very favorite primary reader books As a little girl I read this book too many times to even attempt counting When I first got it I couldn t actually read it but I had memorized it page by page so I pretended to read it It is an easy read for beginners and it is absolutely adorable It really pulls you in with its illustrations, I mean what little kid wouldnt want to be able to run around barefoot eating all sorts of berries and hanging out with a big bear like th Jamberry is another one of my very favorite primary reader books As a little girl I read this book too many times to even attempt counting When I first got it I couldn t actually read it but I had memorized it page by page so I pretended to read it It is an easy read for beginners and it is absolutely adorable It really pulls you in with its illustrations, I mean what little kid wouldnt want to be able to run around barefoot eating all sorts of berries and hanging out with a big bear like the boy in the story I know I did at that age and sometimes I still do This book is magical without any magical aspects This book will be read to my children are learning to read, I am sure of it

  10. Memi Lecrou Memi Lecrou says:

    This was a silly little story Though there was less story to it andsilly rhyming Where it shined was in the illustrations I had to pause on each page to take in each picture so I didn t miss a thing Marshmallow cattails, lilypads made of pats of butter, a tree with slices of bread for leaves and of course berries of every kind jam packed see what I did there throughout It makes me crave some nice juicy blackberries full review available on my blog

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