Kids ask a lot of questions. Some silly and some innocent. Some deep and some serious. The books in the I’ve Got Questions series address many of those childlike questions and offer satisfying answers. The content is lively and fun, yet meaningful and respectful of a child’s inquisitive mind. While the books have a strong educational component, the deeper purpose is to show parents how they can respond to their child’s questions with patience and love. Illustrations feature multicultural characters both male and female.Do Baby Bears Have Mommies? answers questions about animals. Children learn about starfish, elephants, bears, stars, earthworms, eagles, trees, and heaven, while absorbing the underlying themes of God’s love and grace and a parent’s love for a child.
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Kids have lots of questions! Do you have questions too — of bugs and bears and elephants and monkeys at the zoo?
God made your mind amazing. There's so much you can know. Learning is a lot of fun. Get ready, set — let's go!
Do baby bears have mommies that give them food to eat? And when it's cold and snowy, do cubs get chilly feet?
Mommy bears feed baby cubs with berries, nuts, or bugs. They snuggle closely in their dens with warm and furry hugs.
Can ladybugs be girls or boys? It seems so strange to me that something called a ladybug could be a she or he.
Ladybugs are boys and girls — they almost look the same. The smaller ladybugs are boys, but both bugs share the name.(Continues…)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This charming book is written in poem format which is sure to attract young children, up to about seven years old. Questions are written in the whimsical style that children often use. A variety of animals are talked about, among them the kangaroo, ladybug, and giraffe. The illustrations are playful and very colorful. In the book the child is told that they have the ability to learn; that learning is fun and our world is interesting. Also there is a wonderful reminder that He cares for every creature. I really recommend adding this book to your child’s library. I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.