Family Friday this week at Words on the Word comes on Saturday. Here my 4-year-old son reviews another Berenstain Bears book. See him review the first one here.
For this review, my 4-year-old son’s 2-year-old brother joined us. The 2-year-old’s comments are in parentheses below, usually also in all caps, because that’s how he speaks. Regular font is my 4-year-old.
There’s a little baby who has a little rope on her head with a little heart on the front, and she has a little shirt with a heart on it. And Mama Bear walks the baby down the stairs. (MAMA BEAR! DADDY BEAR! DA DOOO!)
Are you writing goo-goo words?
Sister Bear is pointing under the lettuce, a little cabbage. Do you know what’s under the cabbage, daddy? There’s bunnies; I’ll count them. 1, 2, 3, 4. So there’s 4. There’s a butterfly under some flower beds.
(NO NO NO NO! I WANT TO READ A CHOO-CHOO BOOK!)
Mr. Possum and Mr. Skunk–the skunk is in his hollow stump and looking at a book. And there’s a light so he can see and one little hole for one little window, and only just a chair.
There’s a squirrel that’s jumping from here to here.
Daddy, how about you write up some baby words? Whatever I say will be baby words, just to be funny. Are you ready for some baby words?
Goo goo ga ga. Bloo rah rah. Dada.
There’s one little frog and four bees. The bees are making a lot of light. Bzzz!! (BEEEEZZZ!)
How about we surprise the other guys with this one? On this page can we surprise the guys? It’s okay if we just go to the next page. (2-year-old putting blanket on 4-year-old: GO TO BED!)
There’s a fish sliding across the stream. It’s going, “Weeee!!!” And it might bump into some of the rocks.
That’s all I want to do. So we totally book reviewed it.
I liked it because of everything. I felt good when we read the book.
Find more about The Berenstain Bears: God Bless the Animals at its Zondervan product page or on Amazon by clicking the book’s image above. Read the rest of my 4-year-old son’s reviews here. Jake wishes to comply with FTC guidelines and disclose that he received a review copy of this book from Zondervan, but not with any expectation as to the nature or content of the review.