There, There

There There For fans of Penguin Problems and A Birthday for Bear the story of a whiny rabbit pushing a patient bear to the end of his tether and learning a lesson in looking on the bright side Do you ever feel l

  • Title: There, There
  • Author: Tim Beiser Bill Slavin
  • ISBN: 9781770497528
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For fans of Penguin Problems and A Birthday for Bear, the story of a whiny rabbit pushing a patient bear to the end of his tether and learning a lesson in looking on the bright side.Do you ever feel like everything is terrible Like nothing is ever right and you just want to hide under your pillow Well Rabbit does, and he s not shy about sharing it He whines, he complainFor fans of Penguin Problems and A Birthday for Bear, the story of a whiny rabbit pushing a patient bear to the end of his tether and learning a lesson in looking on the bright side.Do you ever feel like everything is terrible Like nothing is ever right and you just want to hide under your pillow Well Rabbit does, and he s not shy about sharing it He whines, he complains, he moans, he grumps until Bear has had enough and decides it s time for Rabbit to learn to appreciate what he has Using nothing but the lowly common earthworm as an example, he teaches Rabbit a lesson about taking things for granted Something the worm knows all about Written in charming verse and featuring a delightfully domestic bear and a very surly rabbit, There, There is a fantastic tongue in cheek riff on the idea that it could be worse

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    1. Check out more Picture book reviews @ Perspective of a WriterThere's no other way to say it, Hare is a whiner, he complains about every bad that happens in the grumpiest way possible. Bear, his friend and roommate is very patient and enduring, only saying There, There until one day he's had enough, he drags Hare out to the mud for a lesson with the humblest of earthworms.I was attracted to the illustrations in this book right away. They have a richness that make them jump off the page. Perfect f [...]


    2. The illustrations are amazing, but I didn't enjoy the story. The first part was funny, with Hare complaining about the rain, the food, and everything, but I hate when Bear uses a worm to show Hare what a good life he has, and how it could be worse, like the way a worm lives is worse. Why looking the worm down this way? It is a worm after all, and lives like worms live. I found that sad, and not a positive message.I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest rev [...]


    3. RATING: 4 STARS(I received an ARC from the NETGALLEY)(Review Not on Blog)A grumpy Hare, and a understanding friend, Bear, what could be cuter? As Hare complains about everything, Bear tries to show him what he should be grateful for. I love the illustrations but the story is just okay.


    4. A great little story about appreciating what you have. Bear is the patient, consoling friend to Hare, an unhappy rabbit who complains about everything--but even Bear has his limits on patience and understanding and decides to teach Hare a lesson in gratefulness by making him aware of the positive things around him. The illustrations are adorable and funny and I really loved how the message was presented without being too seriouseven Worm found something positive at the end. Pun intended. (Receiv [...]


    5. There was a cuteness about this book that had me wanting to read it right away. My daughter sat down and we both wholeheartedly wanted to love it, but it wasn’t a win for either of us. It was a story with good meaning and the characters were of course very cute. And when it starts on a rainy day, that is always a plus.As I read on, I could tell it was going to be about much more than having a fun day, that of a hare who complains about everything. We both enjoyed the first few pages and the il [...]


    6. A rabbit spends most of its time with a grouchy attitude, and the sympathetic bear consoles with "There, there." Too much is too much, however, and the bear's patience wears thin until a lesson needs to be learned, but at the expense of a worm. It's a funny story that will bring good conversation and interesting looks at the full-page illustrations. Both the rabbit's and the bear's expressions are ones you can feel yourself doing as you read the story and look at the pictures.


    7. A book about a pessimistic Hare and an optimistic Bear. Hare is a grump, he doesn't like the rain and he's upset it has lasted for days. Bear is Hare's friend, who tries to console him. However, Bear becomes fed up with Hare's negativity and drags him into the rain outside, to show him his life isn't as terrible as he thinks. This was a cute picture book. Thanks to NetGalley and the publishers for an ARC.


    8. This is a fair book, but for sure not a favorite to add to the home-shelf.The premise is a good one. Hare is whiny and upset because his friend Bear and he are stuck inside. Hare starts looking for things to be upset about (though the moldy carrots that he finds under the sink would probably upset me as well), and at first Bear consoles him saying, “there, there.” After going through this same scenario again and again Bear gets fed up, and goes about showing Hare a life much worse than their [...]


    9. There, There was a beautifully illustrated story about two friends with a glass half empty and glass half full type of relationship. The hare hemmed and hawed, complaining about everything, while the bear tried to offer quiet support and encouragement to a friend in need. I really liked how this book seemed to offer a deeper lesson on attitude and perspective. This book would make a wonderful read aloud for family time. I believe it would facilitate a rich discussion. Source: NetGalley


    10. There, There by Tim Beiser is a picture book currently scheduled for release on June 6 2017. Do you ever feel like everything is terrible? Like nothing is ever right and you just want to hide under your pillow? Well Rabbit does, and he's not shy about sharing it. He whines, he complains, he moans, he grumps until Bear has had enough and decides it's time for Rabbit to learn to appreciate what he has. Using nothing but the lowly common earthworm as an example, he teaches Rabbit a lesson about tak [...]


    11. There, There is a gorgeously illustrated picture book with this simple message: appreciate what you have, especially kind friends. Hare throws a seemingly endless hissy fit about having his day ruined because of the rain. His friend, Bear, offers sympathy (there, there) until he can take it no more. Bear drags Hare outside, digs up a worm, and tells him that life could be worse, just look at poor Earthworm. Hare learns to be grateful and sees the day from a new perspective. After expressing his [...]


    12. 'There, There' by Tim Beiser with illustrations by Bill Slavin is a picture book about a fretting bunny and his patient friend Bear.Hare is at Bear's house to play, and they had planned to play outside, but it is raining. Hare is bored and complaining. Bear is sympathetic. Hare continues to complain, while Bear bakes and offers more sympathy. This continues until Bear's patience is stretched thin, then an object lesson is in order to show Hare that things could be worse. Will Hare learn to be gr [...]


    13. ~Disclaimer~ I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion of the book, or the content of my review. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~This book is about a hare who has to stay inside because it is raining outside. He spends so much time complaining about being inside that he isn't even trying to do fun things with Bear. Finally Bear becomes fed up and shows Hare that he doesn't have it worse o [...]


    14. As half the work of a picture book is the illustrations, this book’s textured, rich acrylic pictures, kept me turning the pages, again and again. I was not familiar with Bill Slavin‘s books, but I’m reading them now. A Canadian artist, he’s won numerous awards.The text, written in well-done rhyme also pulled me in. The story features a whiney rabbit who complains of just about everything, and a patient bear who accepts his friend’s quirks up to a point. Tired of all his complaining, he [...]


    15. There are many great things to say about this book, the strongest of which is Bear's visual narrative that plays out in contrast to the whiny, grumpy text and POV from Hare. This could work especially well with a preschooler or other naturally negative kiddo. It also models the truism that some see the glass half empty while others see it has half full. Or, as bear would suggest, a miserable day for playing outside could be the perfect day for baking muffins/cupcakes. It also illustrates that ev [...]


    16. We all have rainy days where it feels like nothing is going our way. In There, There, Hare is having one of those days. It’s raining, Hare is bored, he stubs his toe on a chair, the day seems like it just can’t get any worse. Luckily, Hare has his good Bear with him to provide a calming “there, there.” When soothing words don’t work, Bear helps provide a little perspective to bring Hare out of his bad mood.There, There is a humorous story with a lesson built in—when you feel low, rem [...]


    17. Rainy weather and a friend who is so unhappy about staying inside can really be a problem. The bear in the story is trying to keep things upbeat and entertain his friend but things just go from bad to worse. The illustrations and the facial expressions are hilarious in this story. And the poor earthworm who is brought in at the end is so funny and finally the rabbit gets it when the rain stops and the bear drives his point home. I think this is a good read aloud and kids would love the story. Th [...]


    18. In this story all rabbit does is complain and even very patient bear has had enough. We especially liked the worm in this story and he got us all laughing!This book had wonderful rhymes that were not predictable and the illustrations were great. My youngest students were very engaged with the story and were able to tell me that the story made them think about focusing on what they have and being grateful. This would make a read aloud for the whole family.* I was provided a free copy of this book [...]


    19. Hare is sick of being stuck inside on a rainy day and complains about everything! Bear attempts to be empathetic but his patience finally wears thin. So Bear drags Hare outside and teaches him a valuable lesson about being grateful with what you havewith a hilarious twist :-) I think every child has been Hare at some point, and hopefully young readers can take a look around and appreciate all they have. The illustrations were colorful and bit funny looking and full of fun details.


    20. Rabbit is a whiner! And even understanding, supportive friends like Bear eventually get fed up with all that complaining. Using an earthworm as an example, Bear helps Rabbit see how good Rabbit's life is in comparison to the little earthworm's life.Written in verse the pace, pictures, and humor of There, There will make it an instant favorite for kids and adults alike.*A copy of this book was provided free of charge for an honest review.


    21. This is a fun book to read. A nice rhyming story about a bear and a hare who have to spend the day inside. The hare is grumpy and making life miserable, while the bear is attempting to have a good day. I loved it and would read it again to my children.The illustrations are adorable too, loved the bear and the earthworm.


    22. What a wonderful story! Everyone needs the reminder to be grateful for what they have and this is an excellent look at walking in someone else's shoes and being careful what you say. The pictures are beautiful and can speak to any audience. I think it's particularly lovely for parents to remember when our kiddos have "those" days.


    23. The rhyming pattern in this book is quite delightful. A bunny is upset by the seemingly ceaseless rain and can't seem to think about anything else. Bear keeps saying "there, there" in response, finally comparing their lives to that of an earthworm. The illustrations are detailed and well laid out, although the text itself is somewhat small, making it hard to read with the textured backgrounds.


    24. It's rainy outside and Rabbit has a case of the grumps. Bear is trying to cheer him up but isn't having much luck. At least, until he drags Rabbit outside and shows him the life of a worm.The verse this is written in is a little hard to follow. And I didn't love this story. But the illustrations are fun and it's a cute book.


    25. Story of a grumpy rabbit ( hare) and his friend bear who listens patiently and finally shows rabbit that his life is no so bad. A lesson on being grateful for what you have. Told in rhyme with cute illustrations. Not so sure I loved the worm part but still it was good.


    26. I loved this book! The illustrations are charming and the story was adorable. My favorite part was the last page. I did not expect it but it made the whole book more memorable and enjoyable. Thank you to NetGalley for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.






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