©1976 Robert McCloskey; (P)2008 Penguin
I have four kids, homeschool, listen to more whining than good literature, drink (almost) equal amounts coffee and water, and love it all.
My kids love hearing this story every night as they go to bed. It is a short, relaxing, and happy story.
Yes, good plot. It is an easy story for younger children.
The bear and mom listening to the wrong people.
Another book we read in Kindergarten, it is so sweet to hear the story of the little girl eating more blueberries than being put into her pail. (I can totally relate!) My daughter grins really big as she says, "Kerplink, kerplank, kerplunk!" Great to see her face light up as she listens to this story. Again, worth the purchase.
Yes, my 3 yr old loves it! He asks for it almost every day on our hour long commute.
Easy to understand. Not a heavy accent.
I love the simple straight forward naration of this version of Blueberries for Sal. It is a great story and the audio version is clear and easy to follow for my 2 year old who loves the book when we read it at night. It makes car rides easy!
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