StoryPlay Books is the smart way to read and play together! StoryPlay Books offer fun ways to engage with little ones during story time and playtime with prompts and activities that everyone will love! Each quality story will delight readers while building early literacy skills for ages 3-5 by helping them develop: problem-solving abilities, reading comprehension, social development, pre-reading skills, memory strengthand more! Each book includes story-related games and crafts to extend the reading experience. Teachers agree that StoryPlay Books are perfect for parents looking to stimulate and engage their kids at home while having fun together!
Each book also shines a spotlight on important topics for this age. Maybe a Bear Ate It! -- a clever story about a missing book -- focuses on problem solving.
Are you ready to start reading the StoryPlay way? Ready. Set. Smart!
|Product dimensions:||6.70(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Robie H. Harris is an award-winning author of over thirty books for everyone from toddlers to older kids, including MAYBE A BEAR ATE IT!, MAIL HARRY TO THE MOON!, WHO HAS WHAT?, DON'T FORGET TO COME BACK!, and GOODBYE MOUSIE. She lives in New York City. Visit her online at www.robieharris.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Maybe A Bear Ate It! based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
This is a great book for the pre-reader or the little one learning to read. The first few pages are illustrations only, allowing them to start the story, and it just gets better from there. The fears about what happened to the book get bigger and bigger and more and more absurd and it's the sort of joke the kids will be in on right up to the solution at the end. A really, really good book for the kids. It entertains and teaches at the same time.
I haven't read it yet, but it is the One Book 4 Colorado choice!! Just made today.
As a Language Speech Specialist who works with preschool children who have language and speech difficulties, this book with its sweet story allowed me to have a great lesson. My goal was to teach verbs and the love of books. My 3 to 5 year old students identified with the main character of the story. As I read them the story, the children listened to the narration and you could see how their eyes opened as they looked at the beautiful pictures and giggles came after turning each page. Each one of the children had their own little red book with empty pages inside. To fill out those pages, we looked at the book again and each child said what was happening to the book. They glued each "action" on each of their red little books. They all ended up hugging their red little books and saying "Yo amo mi libro"/I love my book". My therapy is in Spanish since my students are Spanish speaking children. The fact that the illustrations and the story were so clear and simple, made my translation easier.