The Berenstain Bears: All Aboard! (I Can Read Book 1) By Jan & Mike Berenstain

The Berenstain Bears: All Aboard! (I Can Read Book 1)
Jan & Mike Berenstain
HarperCollins (2010)
ISBN 9780060574185
Reviewed by Madison Schlarman (age 4) and Mom for Reader Views (07/10)

Join the Berenstain Bears on a train ride across bear country! The family is all ready to visit Aunt Tillie and to get there they hop on board a steam train! Meet the engineer and the conductor and experience the sights and sounds of a train! Best of all, arrive at the destination and enjoy the ride!

Madison: “A train went to Auntie Tillie’s house. The Berenstain Bears rode it. The train says “woo-hoo,” a whistle sound! The train is loud. One bear drives the train. Another bear checks the time and takes the tickets. The train is fast. They see their tree house, farmer Bens’ house and their neighbors. They went over a bridge and in a tunnel! They see deer, goats, mountains and a big hill for people to sled on! Brother and sister drove the train. They ate a picnic their mommy packed, I saw their teeth. The train stops and Aunt Tillie picked them up! I wish all people could be Berenstain Bears. I liked that the train picked them up then dropped them off after they did lots of other stuff.”

Mom: This is a great book. It gives young children the experience of a train and keeps them fully attentive. Madison had lots of questions and comments to make about the book. She loves to read it. It has great color and vibrant pictures. For children who can’t read, the pictures help display the story. Madison likes when she can use pictures to help understand the story even though she can’t read the words. “The Berenstain Bears: All Aboard!” is great for children learning to read.

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