Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Adventures of Traveling Bear, Vol. 1, 2, 3

By Christian Hainsworth

The Adventures of Traveling Bear is an exciting new children’s book series. Each of the fourteen books in the series focuses on “positive values and winning attitudes.”

Complete with a read-along CD, these fun books will encourage young readers as they improve their reading skills while teaching and gently reinforcing important life lessons and values.

Once one of these books is picked up and read for the first time, parents will know without a doubt this is a series their children are going to love. Colorful illustrations and catchy story lines combined with good clean fun make this one of the best new children’s book series to come along in recent years.

Volume 1: Traveling Bear and the Drive-Through Safari

Traveling Bear and his friends are off on an adventure as they tour a drive-through safari. So many eye-catching things greet them on their journey. Was that an elephant waving its trunk at the bus? Traveling Bear finds himself full of questions and learns the value and pride that goes along with finding answers for yourself.

Volume 2: Traveling Bear and the Yellow Flipper Roller Coaster

It’s the end of the day at the amusement park and Traveling Bear and his friends find themselves in a very long line for an exciting roller coaster. Should they wait in line, enjoy the ride and risk being late and in trouble or is there a better way for this day to end? With a little thought, Traveling Bear and his friends learn the value and reward of thinking ahead.

Volume 3: Traveling Bear and the Search for Treasure

Treasure hunting with his grandmother and grandfather will lead Traveling Bear into a big, dark and scary cave. Obstacles such as skinny planks needing to be crossed, black screeching bats and ghosts all make Traveling Bear think about turning back and giving up. With encouragement and determination Traveling Bear learns the value of not giving up and achieving his goals.

This review was submitted by Kristin Pace. Kristin is a wife and mother and founder of The Book-Trotter.  She wrote her first review 20 years ago and has been reading and loving books ever since.

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