Monday, August 24, 2020

Review: The Berenstain Bears and the Rowdy Crowd by:Mike Berenstain

 The Berenstain Bears and the Rowdy Crowd

 **Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher.

About the Book:

 An engaging book from the bestselling Berenstain Bears Living Lights brand, with over 8 million copies sold since 2008, that helps kids ages 6-10 graduate from picture books to beginning chapter books as they take the next step in their reading comprehension.

Something's up with Brother Bear. He's talking tough, he's walking tough, and he has a new hobby: shooting hoops with Too-Tall and his trouble-making team. And basketball isn't the only new pastime Brother takes up when he falls in the wrong crowd. Will Brother realize who his true friends are before it's too late?

The Berenstain Bears and the Rowdy Crowd is an engaging early reader chapter book that features black and white illustrations alongside entertaining text and relatable characters. As read-alone or read-aloud, it helps kids connect plot to chapter structure and will have teachers and librarians asking for more. And as part of the beloved Living Lights series, it's the perfect segue for emerging readers and fans of the brand.


My Review: 

 Whats up with Brother and why has he got an attitude bigger than it needs to be? Something is not right and Sister is going to get down to the bottom of it and quick. Too Tall befriends Brother Bear and for some reason Brother decides to trust him but you can be rest assured Too Tall is up to know good and we soon see it all fall apart before our eyes as the story unfolds. Soon, the police get involved, but was it just in time for Brother---before he got into any real trouble?

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