- Number of Pages: 32
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
They're off. And their adventure comes to a razzamatazz finale beneath a starberry sky. a boy and an endearing, rhyme-spouting bear, who squires him by way of a fatastic planet of berries.
Hat and boot in hand, a boy and a bear set off on a delicious and raucous romp through Berryland. Silly rhymes together with a musical beat practically beg to develop to be read aloud, preferably accompanied by dancing."Children will love discovering the subtle touches in Bruce Degen's illustrations: a frog climbing out of a hat, crackers and butter instead of lily pads, along with a sign by the raspberry skating rink imploring skaters not to pick the jelly rolls planted nearby. New readers will giggle as they stick to the fruit-frenzied pals on their berry adventures. Every character seems giddy with well-fed joy in this veritable jamboree of flavorful fun. Jamberry is a book best enjoyed on a gloomy day employing a dollop of vanilla ice cream. (Baby to Preschool) --Emilie Coulter Jamberry builds quickly in intensity and complexity, beginning with"One berry, Two berry, Pick me a blueberry,"and operating as much as"Raspberry, Jazzberry, Razzmatazzberry, Berryband, Merryband, Jamming in Berryland. They frolic in strawberry fields forever, rumble and ramble in blackberry brambles, and topple their canoeberry with blueberries.
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