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Benjamin Bear in Fuzzy Thinking (Toon Books)

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Publisher Comments:

Benjamin Bear does everything in his own funny way, whether it's drying dishes on a rabbits back or sharing his sweater without taking it off. In this series of gags starring a very loopy bear, Philippe Coudray creates a zany world that makes kids think and solve puzzles, drawing all readers into the game.

Review:

"Anthropomorphized animals are nothing new in children's literature — least of all anthropomorphized bears — but the antics of Benjamin Bear feel unique. This French comic book, now translated into English, follows Benjamin Bear through a series of eccentric short stories that each fit one page. Benjamin goes through his life doing things one oughtn't to do but having no understanding of why. For instance, he sees his friend the fox chopping bricks in half, karate style. Benjamin Bear says he can do that, too, but makes the fox chop some more bricks unable to understand that he, Benjamin, ought to be the one chopping the bricks himself. This leads to some silly, lighthearted humor. At other times the comics turn to rumination, as when the bear and the rabbit watch the sun go down together. They light a candle, and it, too, goes out on them, leaving them in darkness. The words are mostly fairly simple, and it's aimed for preschool and above. All of the pictures are in color, and while they're not overly detailed, Coudray is meticulous with background landscape. Ages 4 — 8." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

Synopsis:

In this series of gags starring a very loopy bear, Philippe Coudray creates a zany world that makes kids think.

About the Author

Philippe Coudray loves drawing comics, and his many children's books are often used in the schools of France, his home country. In fact, his work was chosen by elementary school students for the prestigious Angoulême 'Prix des Ecoles'. Philippe has a twin brother, Jean-Luc who is also a humorist, and they relish any opportunity to collaborate on children's books and comics.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781935179122
Author:
Coudray, Philippe
Publisher:
Toon Books
Subject:
Readers - Beginner
Subject:
Children s-General
Subject:
Readers - Intermediate
Subject:
graphic novel;comics
Subject:
Comics & Graphic Novels
Edition Description:
Smyth Sewn
Series:
Benjamin Bear
Publication Date:
20110831
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from P up to 1
Language:
English
Illustrations:
4-COLOR
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 8 oz
Age Level:
from 4 up to 6

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Product details 32 pages Toon Books - English 9781935179122 Reviews:
"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Anthropomorphized animals are nothing new in children's literature — least of all anthropomorphized bears — but the antics of Benjamin Bear feel unique. This French comic book, now translated into English, follows Benjamin Bear through a series of eccentric short stories that each fit one page. Benjamin goes through his life doing things one oughtn't to do but having no understanding of why. For instance, he sees his friend the fox chopping bricks in half, karate style. Benjamin Bear says he can do that, too, but makes the fox chop some more bricks unable to understand that he, Benjamin, ought to be the one chopping the bricks himself. This leads to some silly, lighthearted humor. At other times the comics turn to rumination, as when the bear and the rabbit watch the sun go down together. They light a candle, and it, too, goes out on them, leaving them in darkness. The words are mostly fairly simple, and it's aimed for preschool and above. All of the pictures are in color, and while they're not overly detailed, Coudray is meticulous with background landscape. Ages 4 — 8." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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In this series of gags starring a very loopy bear, Philippe Coudray creates a zany world that makes kids think.
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