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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Polar Bear's Underwear by Tupera Tupera



Release Date - March 2015

Tupera Tupera
Chronicle Kids

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

There's a bit of a weirdness factor when reading Polar Bear's Underwear. Before you can read the book to your child, you must pull Polar Bear's underwear off. Once I got by that, the book itself is cute and well illustrated.

Polar Bear is sad. He cannot find his underwear, so his friend mouse agrees to help him. The two set off spying underwear, only to find it belongs to someone else. Where did Polar Bear's underwear go?

The illustrations are colorful, and before you see the actual animals wearing the different pairs of underwear, there's a peek-through effect that only allows the child to see the colorful print. This makes it easy to guess what kind of animal would be wearing the underwear.

If you are searching for a book to read to your child that has an interactive aspect and vocabulary that will not perplex a beginning reader, Polar Bear's Underwear is a solid choice.

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