If Big Can... I Can

About the Author: Beth Shoshan

Meadowside Children s Books


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  • Board book
  • 12 pages
  • If Big Can... I Can
  • Beth Shoshan
  • English
  • 20 August 2017
  • 9781845392499

If Big Can... I Can If Big Can Run Then I Can RunIf Big Can Jump Then I Can JumpWhatever Big Can, And Whatever I Can, We Can Together A Delightful Celebration Of Friendship From The Author OfThat S When I M Happy , With Stunning Illustrations From Petra Brown

10 thoughts on “If Big Can... I Can

  1. Elli says:

    Excellent Her story through the eyes of a young refugee woman Very little I can say without putting in spoilers, and that especially should not be done with this book Any and all responses need to be had by the reader include opinions related to what has and is happening And how the various situations resolve themselves.

  2. Kim Carlson says:

    This is a heartwarming story for anyone who has ever felt small perfect for the younger sibling The illustrations capture how the little bear feels afraid and less capable sometimes Most importantly, the gentle story points out that it s being together that really matters.

  3. Laura says:

    Wow, strikingly intense book BEautifully written, evocative and shattering You can t put it down

  4. Mely says:

    this is a wonderful message to teach children, however the writing style is just a little bit off Sometimes the text rhymes and has a nice pace, but then on the following page there is no rhyme and pace book just seems all over the place.

  5. an says:

    ternyata banyak seri na selain bersahabat dengan yang beda ukuran, di sini diperkenalkan kembali konsep persahabatan dari sesuatu yang berbeda tak hanya ukuran tapi juga jenis beruang dan koala.kadang kita ngerasa enak na jadi yang besar, bisa melakukan apapun dan kita tertarik untuk mencoba menjadi demikian tapi sebenar na kita juga punya dunia kecil yang indah yang tak kalah menarik dengan yagn dilakukan big bahkan apa kita punya malah tidak mampu atau tidak dimiliki big.jadi adik adik, jangan merasa kecil dengan ukuran kalian karena dunia kecil yang kalian punya adalah milik kalian yang mungkin tidak bisa atau tidak akan pernah bisa dimasukin kemabi oleh mereka yang telah menjadi besar baca dewasa 32

  6. Patricia McCowan says:

    This story is about two friends, a small koala bear, and Big, a large brown bear The story is told from the point of view of the koala He is worried because Big can do all these things bigger and better and faster than he can He can do things that Big cannot but feels lonely by himself so he sets aside the differences to be with his friend The words are simple and easy for younger readers The illustrations are so simple with earth tone colors but are so very cute and touching The story, although meant for younger readers is very cute and has a really good story The lessons in it can be taught to all ages and the book overall is heartwarming I thought the book was really cute and it made me warm inside.

  7. Christopher Obert says:

    This is a children s book that teaches children that there are things that Big can do that Small cannot do But fear not, there are things that small can do that big cannot The story goes on to tell that big and small and find fun and adventure together Big is illustrated as a big brown bear and small is illustrated as a small koala bear.

  8. Amelia says:

    Really sweet story I wish it had been in rhyme, but otherwise can t fault it It s a nice story, that shows us all the things big bear can do and all the things little bear can do and concludes that the things they can do together are the most fun I happened across it today and I think it ll be a lovely book for my friend s pint sized little girl

  9. Matthew says:

    I liked this book I really liked the illustrations I was thinking that if the book hadn t been illustrated, I never would have assumed that it was about a pair of bears Still, the text was was nice on its own Together, they made quite a pair.

  10. Aaron Wong says:

    Shoshan, B 2006 If Big can I can London Meadowside Children s Books.