How to Catch a Bear Who Loves to Read by Andrew Katz

Another book in which I have found a BFF character, I think Julia and I would make great friends. She too loves reading, hugs, and adventures. She is a little braver than I am, setting up a plan to catch a bear. Making several attempts throughout the book, she is very persistent in making her dream a reality. I think the bear Julia finds would also make a good buddy, his library in the forest is absolutely astonishing! Doesn't the idea sound amazing? Sitting down and reading with a big live bear... I think, for now, I will cuddle with a stuffed teddy bear or two. 

What animal would you like to read with?

From the publisher: Julia has many friends in the forest by her house. She climbs trees with Scotty the squirrel, plays hide-and-seek with Abigail the groundhog, and has farting contests with Frieda the skunk. Julia dreams of meeting a bear, a bear she could play with and hug. But no bear has ever shown its snout. One day, inspired by a book she’s reading, Julia brings honey (the perfect bear snack) into the woods. The next day, she tries bringing blueberries. But to her great surprise, it’s not just sweet smells that can attract a bear! So begins a thrilling quest that will bring Julia to new corners of the forest—and of her heart. Introducing a spunky young heroine with a nose for books, How to Catch a Bear Who Loves to Read invites children to share their love of reading—and of bearnormous hugs—with Julia. 

I have a rating system I use for those books I have read and reviewed on my blog, you may check it out here. I have given this book five coffee cups, I love it a latte!

I would like to thank NetGalley and Chouette Publishing for this Advanced Digital Copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I read this book as a part of my #ReadtheRainbow Reading Challenge, inspired by Donalyn MillerMy goal is to read at least one children's literature book from various genres every weekday and share my thoughts here on my blog. Please feel free to subscribe or connect with me on social media to follow my journey through the books I read. Until next time ...

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