The Three Snow Bears (Oversized Lap Board Book) (Board book)

The Three Snow Bears (Oversized Lap Board Book) By Jan Brett, Jan Brett (Illustrator) Cover Image

The Three Snow Bears (Oversized Lap Board Book) (Board book)

By Jan Brett, Jan Brett (Illustrator)

$14.99


Depending on warehouse location, this book could arrive at the store within 3-4 days, or it might take around 10 business days.
Jan Brett's bestselling snowy "Goldilocks" retelling is now available in this popular large, durable format.

Painted in her signature style, the familiar story and depiction of playful Arctic animals and birds dressed in colorful Inuit costumes make this classic tale a perfect choice for Jan’s youngest fans.
 Jan Brett (www.janbrett.com) is the beloved New York Times bestselling author/illustrator of many books for children.

Product Details ISBN: 9780399163265
ISBN-10: 0399163263
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: October 17th, 2013
Pages: 36
Language: English
"Brett presents the Goldilocks story in simple prose, altering it only slightly to accommodate the Arctic setting. The stunning watercolor-and-gouache illustrations, however, provide the sense of place that the words do not. Brett creates a strikingly beautiful blue-and-gray–toned world of ice populated with thickly furred creatures and accented with Inuit motifs. The intricately detailed, multi-paneled spreads depict the snow bears rescuing Aloo-ki’s dogs while Aloo-ki explores their igloo. Children and adults alike will pore over each page, relishing the richness of Brett’s artwork." —Kirkus Reviews

"Set against a background rendered as chilly blocks of ice, Brett’s trademark border panels unfold the simultaneous story of the bears, who rescue the stranded dog team even as Aloo-ki makes free with their breakfast and home comforts. Kids will enjoy the variations on a nursery room standard, although the main draw is, as usual, Brett’s characteristically detailed art. She pays loving attention to folkways, attiring the bears and other animals in furry parkas with geometric Inuit designs and furnishing the igloo with implements crafted in a native style." —Publishers Weekly