I Lost My Bear

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  • Library Binding
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  • I Lost My Bear
  • Jules Feiffer
  • English
  • 05 September 2019
  • 1439565384

About the Author: Jules Feiffer

I Lost My Bear MOBI Á I Lost PDF/EPUB or lost ebok, bear free, I Lost pdf, I Lost My BearI Lost My Bear ePUB Jules Feiffer is the acclaimed author illustrator of several books for children, including BARK, GEORGE MEANWHILEand I LOST MY BEAR and the illustrator of THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH, by Norton Juster Jules Feiffer is also a renowned editorial cartoonist, playwright, novelist, and screenwriter He has been the recipient of an Academy Award, a Pulitzer Prize, a London Theatre Critics Award, and two Obie Awards, and a retrospective exhibition of his work appeared at the Library of Congress SOME THINGS ARE SCARY, written by Florence I Lost PDF/EPUB or Parry Heide, is his first book for Candlewick Press Coincidentally, Robert Osborne, who originally illustrated SOME THINGS ARE SCARY in , was a major influence on Jules Feiffer s work Of his first reading of Florence Parry Heide s text, Jules Feiffer says, It reminded me very much of the emotional materials that I drew on for my early cartoons And he adds, When I was a child, everything was scary especially parents.


I Lost My BearI Lost My Bear MOBI Á I Lost PDF/EPUB or lost ebok, bear free, I Lost pdf, I Lost My BearI Lost My Bear ePUB FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY When she cannot find her favorite stuffed toy, a young girl asks her mother, father, and older sister for help.

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10 thoughts on “I Lost My Bear

  1. Rob Smith, Jr. says:

    I am a huge fan of Jules Feiffer s political work I m nearly entirely on the opposite side of his political stances and talked about that with him However, I love his work and have every collection of his work in my library He is brilliant These children s books he s gotten published do not reflect that brilliance These do reflect his Very New York view of life Thing is, that way of life is not everywhere else.His little girl character here is overly emotional and he s written the parents I am a huge fan of Jules Feiffer s political work I m nearly entirely on the opposite side of his political stances and talked about that with him However, I love his work and have every collection of his work in my library He is brilliant These children s books he s gotten published do not reflect that brilliance These do reflect his Very New York view of life Thing is, that way of life is not everywhere else.His little girl character here is overly emotional and he s written the parents as indifferent to her bad behavior Why he doesn t write that the parents require her to clean up her room would ve made the storyresponsible It certainly aids the ridiculous over emotion of the child and conclusion of the story.Involving the child, as Feiffer writes her, the dialogue is very well done The exchanges of all very realistic, if you have parents unwilling to scold a loud child who keeps her room a mess Not a good example for a child to hear or read.I find it fascinating that other reviewers find the style of the book Comic book Are Richard Scarry books comic book like Beatrix Potter Very interesting how readers today view story telling.Bottom line I don t recommend this book 4 out of 10 points

  2. Matt says:

    After losing her bear, the little girl pulls out all the stops to locate her favourite stuffed animal Seeking parental and sibling assistance, she is shunned and disintegrates into a puddle of tears Her detective work must take an unorthodox turn and only then does it yield results Neo loved the story and knew from the get go so he says that he could locate the bear A wonderful story told in read along format.

  3. Kristen Dutkiewicz says:

    A relatable children s story about a little girl who loses her bear and becomes a detective to find it again

  4. Angela says:

    A fun book for children and me.

  5. Min says:

    A Weston Woods production of animation The trevails of a kid looking desperately for her lost bear Told by her mother to be like a detective, and remember where it was last.

  6. Josiah says:

    Well known cartoonist Jules Feiffer has in this book created a terrifically charming, perceptive story about a girl who has lost her stuffed bear, and now must retrace her steps in order to find it The girl receives little assistance from her parents or older sister, but the involvement that they do have along the way is very funny, especially where the oldest sister is concerned The whole stream of conciousness of the story is really good, totally realistic and sensitive to the perspective a Well known cartoonist Jules Feiffer has in this book created a terrifically charming, perceptive story about a girl who has lost her stuffed bear, and now must retrace her steps in order to find it The girl receives little assistance from her parents or older sister, but the involvement that they do have along the way is very funny, especially where the oldest sister is concerned The whole stream of conciousness of the story is really good, totally realistic and sensitive to the perspective and feelings of a kid who has lost her best stuffed toy, and fears deep down that she will never see it again When the girl s sister gives her a new idea of how to possibly find her stuffed toy, the lively plot takes still another comical turn, leading the girl to find muchthan just her MIA bear I really like the writing style of author Jules Feiffer in this book He adroitly toes the line between humor and sensitivity to the girl s feelings, and all types of readers will be able to appreciate this story as a result The style of illustrations also adds a great deal to the narrative, rendering the type of dimensional literary insight that can often be found only in the touch of a good artist I believe that I would increase my rating of I Lost My Bear to two and a half stars

  7. Kimberly Idso says:

    When a little girl loses her favorite bear she grows very upset and frantic She searches everywhere She begs her family members for help but to no avail, they want her to learn her own lesson about misplacing things Although her sister won t help, she does give her a good idea She gives her a stuffed animal and tells her little sister to throw the stuffed animal up in the air and it should find her missing bear When the girl starts throwing the stuffed animal she starts finding other mispla When a little girl loses her favorite bear she grows very upset and frantic She searches everywhere She begs her family members for help but to no avail, they want her to learn her own lesson about misplacing things Although her sister won t help, she does give her a good idea She gives her a stuffed animal and tells her little sister to throw the stuffed animal up in the air and it should find her missing bear When the girl starts throwing the stuffed animal she starts finding other misplaced or lost things that she had forgotten about but it s uncertain if she will ever find the thing she set out to look for Her missing favorite bear Overall, I thought that this book was just average I didn t find it too exciting but I think a young child would still enjoy this book and find it humorous I thought that the book was very realistic though and relatable for children Every child has misplaced a favorite toy before and has had to look for it The illustrations in this book were done with water colors and ink I thought they were fitting for the book and were definitely geared towards a younger audience The book even had a graphic novel type of feel on some of the pages with word bubbles for the text and a montage of pictures

  8. Cathy says:

    A little girl has lost her bear With the helpful suggestions of her family be a detective, look for yourself so you can learn to put things away, and throw another stuffed animal she finds many things she has lost, but not bearuntil she crawls into bed I love the way her little hyper mind thinks lots of imagination and angst over the loss of Bearsy My little kids were so excited that she found her bear that they cheered Cartoon speaking bubbles and lively pictures make this s fun rea A little girl has lost her bear With the helpful suggestions of her family be a detective, look for yourself so you can learn to put things away, and throw another stuffed animal she finds many things she has lost, but not bearuntil she crawls into bed I love the way her little hyper mind thinks lots of imagination and angst over the loss of Bearsy My little kids were so excited that she found her bear that they cheered Cartoon speaking bubbles and lively pictures make this s fun read

  9. Eva Leger says:

    2.5 I didn t find this all that great but Julia seemed to like itThis was the first comic type book Julia s had so maybe that had something to do with it, a new layout and all The story follows a little girl who lost her bear Any parent has been through a situation either exactly like this or very, very similiar But that doesn t, IMO, make it worthwhile storytelling I don t know, it just wasn t anything I d go around recommending to people.

  10. Babette Reeves says:

    I m not crazy about Jules Feiffer s frenetic illustration style usually but it fits the story and mood here perfectly It captures the range of activity andimportantly emotion that the little girl goes through in trying to find her favorite stuffed toy A reassuring book to children and nice way to talk about feelings in those moments of childhood crisis.Recommended ages 3 through 8.