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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Ted Bear Esq. - His Photo Album (Small Folk Tales) by Christine Larsen is a pictorial delight. The book comprises short tales about Ted. It takes you through some of the important moments in Ted's life, and the things he holds dear such as his friends, and other special people. Ted describes memories that he cherishes and holds close to his heart. Whether it is Panda Bear's birthday or Jemima and Billow the Seal's visit, the book deals with feelings such as love, joy, happiness, etc.
The book targets a young audience so the story is very simple and understandable. The colorful pictures are eloquent and the description underneath each image tells the reader about the various characters. The pictorial journey is ideal to capture the attention of any child who is just getting into reading. Parents can also read this book to children.
It is not easy to convey a lot of emotions in a short book, but the author has managed to do just that. It's a book every child must read. They are introduced to many characters, rhyming words, and new vocabulary, making it educational as well as fun. The concept of loving and caring is also reiterated all through the book.