Once In A Forest

Once In A Forest

by Adriana Pernetz


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ISBN-13: 9781642580914
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 07/11/2018
Pages: 26
Sales rank: 1,208,133
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.07(d)

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Once In A Forest 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Thebookdevourer 3 months ago
I loved this story about friendship and so did the kiddos that I work with. This book has great characters that the kids loved and so did I. I highly recommend this book for parents and teachers. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
ReadersFavorite 4 months ago
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Once in a Forest: A Parable by Adriana Pernetz is the story of the animals who lived in a great big land. They did not like each other, they did not understand each other, and would always fight. Each animal had many questions to ask but they did not dare to ask. The little baby bear could dance, sing, and bake delicious bread. He could climb up and down the trees, and he would roll down into the pastures of flowers below and help the hardworking bees with their daily chores. One day while he was walking down the forest road, he met a lonely duck who looked so lost and tired. The Little Duck quacked and the Baby Bear growled. When Mama Bear came, Baby Bear showed her how he learned to quack from his new friend, Little Duck. The bear and the duck took their friendship to the forest and showed the rest of the animals how to embrace peace, love, and compassion. Once in a Forest is a beautiful story of accepting each other's differences; it is also a story about friendship and kindness. The illustrations are lively and vibrant and they bring the story to life. The message is insightful and it is a good story to help children understand that it is important to accept the differences of others and appreciate them for what they are. Tutors, educators, and parents will find the story of Baby Bear and Little Duck useful in helping children understand that they can still be friends in spite of their differences.
jbarr5 4 months ago
Once in a Forest by Adriana Pernetz Starts with a dedication page then the story. Colorful children's book about animals in the forest and one baby bear. The first page has many colorful items that you should be able to play a game with your child, finding different ones. The bear is very talented and sees a lost duck along the way and tries tohelp him. They had fun as each other couldn't talk to one another: bear growled and snorted, the duck quaked and nobody knew what they were saying. When Mama bear comes baby bear quacks to her saying he loves her-the duck taught him! Love what happens next as they are one in everything they do. Cute story and so many pictures to talk about with your child. About the author is included at the end. Received this review copy from Christian Faith Publishing via NetGalley and this is my honest opinion. #OnceInAForest #NetGalley
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the story it helps people to realize that differences can be solved And everybody should be able to accept that and live in harmony. I recommend the book for young audience s great book !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once in a Forest is a beautiful story about friendship that in a very simple and sweet way teaches the readers about tolerance and respect, and encourage people to accept differences and value diversity. Although it seems to be written for young audiences, I think it impacts audiences of all ages. I do recommend this book!!