Benjamin Bear in Fuzzy Thinking

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Candlewick Press, Jul 11, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
27 Reviews

Recommended by Tân, City Lights Books

The silly logic of a very serious bear!

Benjamin Bear does everything in his own funny way, whether it's drying dishes on a rabbit's back or throwing a ball at a friend to make him play. In this series of gags starring a very loopy bear, Philippe Coudray creates a zany world that makes kids think and solve puzzles, drawing all readers into the game.

  

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Very few words, great extremely entertaining premise. - Goodreads
Easy to read words for first graders. - Goodreads
Funny subtle jokes told in pictures. - Goodreads

Review: Benjamin Bear in Fuzzy Thinking (Toon Books Level 2)

User Review  - Nicola Mansfield - Goodreads

I'm not totally thrilled with the Benjamin Bear books. The one page gags get old on me quite quickly but I found this much more funny than it's follow up "Bright Ideas" where I didn't even get some of the gags. The art is very cute though and typically French in style. Read full review

Review: Benjamin Bear in Fuzzy Thinking (Toon Books Level 2)

User Review  - Bunnyjadwiga - Goodreads

My four year old is entranced by Benjamin Bear, and not just because the quadruped shares his name. These easy-to-follow beginning reader books work better than most comic formats as read-alouds for ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
8
Section 3
18
Section 4
22
Section 5
26
Section 6
34
Section 7
35
Copyright

About the author (2011)

Philippe Coudray loves drawing comics, and his many children's books are often used in schools in his home country of France, where his work was chosen by elementary school students for the prestigious Prix des Écoles d' Angoulême. He relishes any opportunity to collaborate on children's books and comics with his twin brother, Jean-Luc, who is also a humorist. Philippe lives in Bordeaux and enjoys painting, creating stereoscopic images, and traveling each year to Canada, where he searches for Bigfoot.

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