Nibly the Bear Visits the People Town [NOOK Book]

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A children's book for children from 1 to 99. Nibly the Bear Visits the People Town takes place in Nelson, BC a Real town in Canada. The reader goes with Nibly and experiences his Fun adventures looking for good food in the People Town.

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Overview

A children's book for children from 1 to 99. Nibly the Bear Visits the People Town takes place in Nelson, BC a Real town in Canada. The reader goes with Nibly and experiences his Fun adventures looking for good food in the People Town.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033135516
  • Publisher: Steve Nelson
  • Publication date: 3/27/2012
  • Series: NIBLY the Bear~ Fun Childrens Stories , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 559,534
  • File size: 547 KB

Meet the Author

Hey, when I write a story, I write it so its a smooth read. You don't have to carry a dictionary to read one of my stories. Easy on the eyes and smooth read'in + a swell story, that's what I like!Steve Nelson is a resident of N. Ogden, Utah.He has worked for over 30 years at Business Ownership and in the Handyman/Maintenance field. He is a H.S. Graduate.Steve has written 5 books;Tomorrow’s World #1 (Currently Published in Hardback form by PublishAmerica)TW2 DESERT TREK- Now on SMASHWORDS & spiral bound and self published.The Maintenance Engineer- Now on SMASHWORDS & spiral bound and self published.Escape from the ORDER!- Now on SMASHWORDS & spiral bound and self published.The Problem Eliminators!- Now Published with Smashwords!Steve is easy to find on Facebook, just lookup Steve Nelson of Ogden, Utah and find the guy in the Australian bush hat!G’Day
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  • Posted July 13, 2012

    Wow… Nibly the Bear Visits the People Town. I think it&rs

    Wow… Nibly the Bear Visits the People Town. I think it’s safe to say that should I ever have children, this will not be bedtime story material.
    First off, there is a matter of formatting --- it stinks. Some words are randomly capitalized, whereas other words (and phrases) are capitalized and have single quotes around them: ‘Hippies’, ‘Teenagers’, ‘Peace’, and ‘Funky Monkey Burger Barn’. Sometimes there can be as many as three sentences in a row ending in exclamation points; one such sentence begins with “and”.
    Second, the dialogue is… interesting. Although the book appears to be set in modern times, one boy says “Golly Gee Thanks Mr. Bear!” Has anyone ever really spoken like this? I’m not sure, but I do know that I’ve never heard anyone use that phrase in a serious manner. The dialogue also seems… choppy for some reason. I can’t quite seem to figure out why, but to me it comes across as such.
    The plot is, of course, ridiculous. I don’t mean the premise of the plot (bear is bored with food in the mountains and so ventures into civilisation), it has potential in the hands of a skilled author. I mean the points added to that premise that Nelson seems to think add whimsy. For example, Nibly randomly finds a sack of money upon beginning his journey to the town (a man drops it). This is an example of bad plot development. Because the author is too lazy or too unimaginative to think of a creative way for Nibly to get money, it simply appears out of nowhere. Nibly is also anthropomorphic and able to speak with humans; not exactly a bad thing as it has been done well in other children’s books (Paddington Bear, Narnia, Martha Speaks, et cetera) but in the hands of Nelson, comes across as silly and contrived.
    There is more I could say about this book --- so very much more! However, because this one is bad (good?) enough to spork, I intend to do so. There will be substance abuse, there will be racism, and there will be even more horrific plot lines and bad writing.
    ~Fairhonanth
    P.S. Is Nibly the Bear Visits the People Town not the worst title for a children’s book (or any book) you’ve ever heard? It’s almost as bad as The Legend of Rah and the Muggles.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted January 26, 2014

    To ambee

    To join put a bio

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2014

    Ambee

    i hop in the rollercoaster waiting for the rde to hegin

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    Posted January 22, 2014

    ROLLERCOSTER

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