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by Bruce Degen,Nancy White Carlstrom

Jesse Bear is admonished not to get wet under a variety of tantalizing circumstances, until finally he receives permission in his own wading pool.
Download Better Not Get Wet, Jesse Bear epub
ISBN: 0027172805
ISBN13: 978-0027172805
Category: Children
Subcategory: Animals
Author: Bruce Degen,Nancy White Carlstrom
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing; 1st ed edition (March 31, 1988)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1629 kb
FB2 size: 1374 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 640
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Love this book! I had this book as a child and was so excited to find it to let my kids read it too. I have my super old torn up copy but didn't want it to get even more torn up by letting my little kids use it, they love it too!
My son likes it well enough but I don't feel the rhymes flow that well. Not near as good as Jesse Bear What Will YOu Wear
I ordered this book used, but in good shape it said, it was missing a page, no big deal if the seller would return my emails and help me replace the book. I have emailed 3 times and received nothing, so I am very dissatisfied with the product and service.
These books by this author are amazing with beautiful, delightful illustrations. And finally a book that shows a mother AND a father in a loving family. The mother also appears to be a stay at home mother which is so refreshing!! I get annoyed with so many books that show the most influential person in a child's life as a teacher. Nothing against teachers but parents are the primary person in a child's life or are supposed to be anyway. Love, love, love these books and so does my three year old.
This is the second book we've read in the Jesse Bear Series, and we love it as much as the first one, "What Will You Wear Jesse Bear?" We plan to buy the rest. The illustrations are wonderful and hold my two year olds attention as he soaks up all details. He loves the little bear and his parents. The rhyming style is very catchy and has enough repetition to keep a toddler involved. The book shows a typical toddler (who happens to be a bear) trying his best to get wet in all sorts of daily activities. He is continually thwarted by the warning "Better not get wet Jesse Bear!" until his parent bears finally let him loose in his own pool. My son LOVES to say that line as it is repeated throughout the story and yell "SPLASH" when Jesse Bear gets to jump into his pool. Surprisingly, the book made the sublte point to my son about puddles and such. When he runs across them now, he shakes his head and says "better not wet, Jesse Bear"