Title: Baby Bear’s Spaghetti Misadventures
Author: Linda Karimo
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Meet Mama Bear and her sweet little bear child, Baby Bear.
Sometimes he doesn’t do what Mama Bear says, sound familiar?
This one particular day when Mama Bear was cooking spaghetti and meatballs, Baby
Bear bounced his ball against the cave wall.
Baby Bear knew it was on the forbidden list.
He did it anyway.
Mama Bear gave him the look.
He did it again.
Find out what happened to Mama Bear’s spaghetti dinner and naughty Baby Bear.
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I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
This is a cute book about Baby Bear who doesn’t listen to his mother very well. When he’s told not to play with his ball outside without his mom there, he does it when she isn’t looking. And the ball jumps through the window into the kitchen and lands in the pot of spaghetti! Mama Bear is not happy! She tells Baby Bear that he’s going to have to help clean up the mess.
Baby Bear’s story is cute with interactive questions asking what they think will happen next. The story also teaches children about being responsible. The illustrations are a full page and they have vibrant colors! This is a great book to read to young children!
About the Author
Back in the Stone Age, well maybe not that far back…
When Linda Karimo was very young, she learned to read at the knee of her Irish immigrant grandmother. Nannie, as she was known to the family, was just learning English herself.
They read all the classic children’s stories together. There was one in particular that became the inspiration for Linda’s current series of children’s books.
Moving forward, Linda was always a ravenous reader. She would often read all the books by a given author and then go onto yet another great fiction author. Espionage, legal, medical, suspense, and some “who done it” were her game.
Her day job as a Copywriter paid the bills while she dreamed of writing an extraordinary series of children’s books.
So, what childhood story prompted Linda to write a series about those characters?
It was Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Linda’s nickname was always Goldilocks.
She transports her readers into the world of bears whose lives are not much different than humans, just bear style.
She has a conversational style of writing and wants her readers to feel a part of the action taking place, not just looking through the window watching it all going by.
A Lifetime full of love and compassion!
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