Monday, May 6, 2024

Two Polar Bears

 What could possibly be better than One Polar Bear? Two Polar Bears! Join this charming polar bear couple as they try to have a peaceful soak in the tub only to be interrupted by four very dirty cubs! This delightful rhyming story chronicles a lovable polar bear family as they go through their nightly bedtime routine. Celebrating individuals with a variety of abilities and disabilities, readers are introduced to early learning skills such as bedtime routines and grooming. With fun and humour, this book also helps children establish healthy sleep habits. Two Polar Bears is an entertaining story and a beautiful addition to your child's own bedtime routine.If you can be anything, be inclusive.

my review...

I am IN love. What a delightful book. This is a book with rhyming and fun prose. It would be easy to read to a child but can be an easy reader for very young readers as the words are in big font and very easy to see.

Oh, I forgot. I fell so in love with its flow of words and delightful illustrations I forgot to tell you what it’s about. It’s about bears. Cute little bears to teach your kids about bath time, colors, brushing teeth, and other basics.

Education and fun all at once. You can slip all that knowledge right into their brains while they are having a blast!

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 about Crystal Beach... 

Crystal Beach is an adoptive mother and caregiver of two adoptive children who have complex medical needs and disabilities. Her children are often represented in her work as strong, caring individuals with special gifts and powers. Her writing projects are intended to ensure financial support for her children's future.

Crystal has a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Her focus is in children's literature, publishing, and journalism. She has had many careers including ten years as a MedA with the Canadian Naval Reserve, advertising with a daily newspaper, communications and marketing, training as an EMT, and continued studies in developmental psychology.

She and her family live in Regina, Saskatchewan in a simple little house with two giant support dogs.


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  1. Thank you for hosting and reviewing today.

  2. This looks like an adorable children's book. Thanks for sharing.

  3. This looks like a sweet book to share with young children.

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  4. This looks like a fun book. Thanks for sharing.


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