The Three Little Sun Bears (Bilingual Multicultural Book)
Author: Anneke Forzani
Illustrator: Peter Schoenfeld
“The story, both familiar and fresh, is a clever example of how fables can enlarge our world view.”- A. Ashbrook, Librarian, Long Hill, NJ
How will The Three Little Sun Bears escape from the ferocious Siberian tiger? Set in a tropical rainforest in Asia, readers of all ages will enjoy this clever retelling of The Three Little Pigs.
This book is part of the Language Lizard World of Stories collection. These adventures are set in diverse areas and cultures around the world.The stories are available as bilingual books in many languages and include access to FREE LESSON PLANS, English and Spanish audio, and fun activities to support multicultural education.
THIS TITLE IS AVAILABLE IN MANY BILINGUAL EDITIONS.
Dimensions: 8.0w x 10.0h inches, 28 pages
REVIEWS of The Three Little Sun Bears:
The Three Little Sun Bears is a beautifully illustrated and thoughtfully authored retelling of the classic Three Little Pigs story. Readers will be transported into the tropical rainforests of Asia where three sun bear brothers live. Will their new homes keep them safe from the ferocious Siberian tiger that wants to eat them? You'll have to read to find out! Children will love this refreshing take on the story just as much as they'll love the fun facts they'll learn about sun bears, Siberian tigers, and the rainforest.
- David Barry, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Early and Middle Grades Education
Children and adults of all ages will enjoy learning about sun bears in this book that nicely depicts the setting found in a rainforest. Children will learn about the consequences of their actions as they read or listen to this delightful story. The Three Little Sun Bears supports development with a character summary at the end of the book.
- Dr. Crystal Loose, West Chester University
This engaging retelling of The Three Little Pigs will immerse young readers into the rainforest with colorful animals and beautifully depicted vistas. In addition to following along with fun text and bright illustrations, readers learn details about the animals in the book. The story, both familiar and fresh, is a clever example of how fables can enlarge our world view.
- A. Ashbrook, Librarian, Long Hill, NJ