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CONCEPTThis book is a concept book, and the publisher suggested it for ages 1 4 I think that the age range should be higher, because it attempts to involve the concept of dual meanings and grammatical syntax Gravett only uses 5 words throughout the book, and uses the illustrations to convey the meaning The first few pages show an orange, a pear, an apple, and a bear The next page shows an apple and a pear, and the next page shows an orange bear, followed by an orange pear Thus A delightful little board book that wee ones will read to you just by naming the picture on the page. Only five words are used throughout this book, and what s fun is to see that the meanings change depending on how the words are arranged I imagine children will enjoy seeing the silly way the meanings change, and it s a good way to introduce them to wo Ingenious word juggling with equally brilliant illustrations Orange Pear Apple Bear by Emily GravettThis is such a beautiful book about a bear and fruit Only four words go into this whimsical story but it is the illustrations that capture the children s attentions The illustrations are loose watercolours that suit the quirky nature of this book perfectly Children laugh with joy at the simplicity of it and I would recommend it for anyone who loves beautiful books It is a great book to use in the Foundation Stage or possibly in Key Stage one for those j Orange Pear Apple Bear by Emily GravettThis is such a beautiful book about a bear and fruit Only four words go into this whimsical story but it is the illustrations that capture the children s attentions The illustrations are loose watercolours that suit the quirky nature of this book perfectly Children laugh with joy at the simplicity of it and I would recommend it for anyone who loves beautiful books It is a great book to use in the Foundation Stage or possibly A delightful book about playing around with four words, ORANGE PEAR APPLE BEAR, to make new scenarios .DOWNLOAD ⚇ Orange Pear Apple Bear ♭ In Only Five Words Four Of Which Are In The Title Kate Greenaway Medalist Emily Gravett Presents A Delightful Picture Book That Is Simple And StunningThe Guardian , And Daring, Original, And A JoySunday Times, London. Title Orange Pear Apple BearAuthor Emily GravettPublisher and Year Simon and Schuster, 2007Genre Educational fictionAges 1 4Synopsis A book with little plot, Orange Pear Apple Bear consists of those four words in different combinations, with illustrations to match The only real character in this book is the Bear, and the illustrations show the interactions the different items have with each other when they are written in different orders and combinations.Reaction I LOVED the illustrati Title Orange Pear Apple BearAuthor Emily GravettPublisher and Year Simon and Schuster, 2007Genre Educational fictionAges 1 4Synopsis A book with little plot, Orange Pear Apple Bear consists of those four words in different combinations, with illustrations to match The only real character in this book is the Bear, and the illustrations show the interactions the different items have with each other when they are wr Here s an example of the sort of book that the Caldecott types would miss but no parent of a small child should.This is a deceptively simple book As my all knowing assistant points out, there arewords in the jacket flap description than there are in the text And there ARE only 5 words in the text the first 4 are in the title But what amazing things can be done with just those 5 little words, arranged in different combinations The illustrations are just right too not perfectly colo Here s an example of the sort of book that the Caldecott types would miss but no parent of a small child should.This is a deceptively simple book As my all knowing assistant points out, there arewords in the jacket flap descr I loved this book It was amazing how Gravett took 4 simple words and developed them into a number of different concepts The objects were initially introduced separately, but each new page mixed up the words to create a number of different colored fruits and a bear This book demonstrated the power of a few simple words, and how simply, by mixing them up, you can create a number of different ideas I have read this book aloud to children at my daycare, and they loved it It goes along well with I loved this book It was amazing how Gravett took 4 simple words and developed them into a number of different