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Inside, Outside, Upside Down
It is part of the The Berenstain Bears Bright & Early series and is a This fantasy is a hardcover edition that was published by Random House Trade Paperbacks on December 1, 2000 and has 27 pages.
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The target for The Berenstain Bears Bright & Early series is the beginning of the beginningest early readers.
Just like little kids or the cat as this little bear explores a box using very easy words to describe the child bear’s actions and introduces the concepts of inside, outside, and upside down. There are some nice bits of humor that I suspect were tucked in for Mom and Dad to enjoy.
It also provides some fun for the kids with that arrow on the box — be sure to point that arrow out to the kids. They’ll love what it means, lol.
The illustrations are sweet pastels and quite explicit about the title words.
It’s also sweet as the Berenstains build on a few words until they put them together and then start again. A great opportunity for kids to learn concept words and for Mom and Dad to discuss them.
A short adventure that I’ll hope no one emulates!
It’s an adventure of exploration as a bear explores a carton that gets carried away!
Young bear who explores. Moving man who transports and provides all sorts of action. Mother waiting at the door.
The Cover and Title
The cover is has a plain white background a pants- and shirt-wearing bear demonstrating that he’s Inside, Outside, Upside Down.