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- Biggie Bear's soccer-playing friends appear at his doorstep with a size XXL shirt, begging him to join them, since Brown Dog has fleas and can't play. Biggie is a jazz fan who collects stamps, but his lack of experience on the field takes a backseat to the fact that he looks good in the team color. Despite his athletic shortcomings, the score is tied until the bear bends over to grasp a rare stamp on the ground and heads the ball into the net for the winning goal. Biggie returns to the field after that, but always as an enthusiastic fan. Kolar's soccer story is just rollicking enough for listeners, despite the stereotypical minor characters Smelly Smell Skunk, Scared Rabbit, Twirly Squirrel, etc.
- The large format facilitates sharing the book with groups. Digital cartoons of rounded figures with exaggerated features are brightly hued and presented in detailed scenes that are balanced with less complex spreads.
- Recommened ages: 4-8 years.
- Hardcover with 32 pages.
- Written and illustrated by Bob Kolar.
World Publications Group
The majority of these children’s books encourage interaction which makes for a super-imaginative story time. Choose from an extensive array of themes, like animals or the environment, as well as fan-favorite characters, like Dora and Diego.