yum, yum, yummy

Summary:

Three bear cubs go to collect honey for their mom. On their way home, a bully bear frightens them and takes the honey. When they tell their mother about him, she helps them get rid of the bully bear.

Educational Themes:
You can use this book to talk about lots of issues. In addition to bullies, it can also help you reach toddlers and preschoolers with the message that they can come to parents about anything ... no matter who is bothering them.
Reading Level:
1.7
Recommended Age To Read By Yourself:
6 to 9
Recommended Age To Read Together:
3 to 6
Age of child:
Read with children ages 1 and 4.
Purchase Recommendation:
Borrow. This is a book you'll read a couple of times. As your child gets older you will want more sophisticated books about dealing with bullies.
Little Kid Reaction:

Our 4-year-old picked out this story. She liked it and thought it was great that the mother was able to help them get rid of the bully bear. She asked why the bully bear was being mean, which opened up a good discussion.

Big Kid Reaction:

This was a good book. For a short, easy read, it had a good story and helped us have good bully discussions.

Pros:

This is a quick read with great lessons for young kids.

Cons:

None.


Title Yum, Yum, Yummy
Author Martin Waddell
Publisher Candlewick Press, Walker Books Group © 1998
Illustrators John Bendall-Brunello
ISBN 9780763604776
Material Hard Cover
Genres Animal Characters, Family, Picture Book, Life Lessons

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