Bike On Bear Bear can do everything except ride a bike Discover how he overcomes his two wheeled challenge in this irresistibly adorable picture book Bear can do almost anything His one paw pawstand is perfection

  • Title: Bike On, Bear!
  • Author: Cynthea Liu Kristyna Litten
  • ISBN: 9781481405065
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bear can do everything except ride a bike Discover how he overcomes his two wheeled challenge in this irresistibly adorable picture book Bear can do almost anything His one paw pawstand is perfection He can solve the trickiest of equations He can even out build a brigade of beavers But the one thing Bear can t do Ride a bike.Bear tries everything to help him learn lBear can do everything except ride a bike Discover how he overcomes his two wheeled challenge in this irresistibly adorable picture book Bear can do almost anything His one paw pawstand is perfection He can solve the trickiest of equations He can even out build a brigade of beavers But the one thing Bear can t do Ride a bike.Bear tries everything to help him learn library books, training wheels and super cheers from his fellow animal friends But all of those fail to get poor Bear on two wheels.The situation is looking unbearable but an unexpected mishap might be just the thing that propels Bear to bike on

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    1. Opening:Today, we’re going to read a story about a bear who has trouble with something. I want you to look at the cover of this book and see if you can predict what the problem in this story will be about. (Student discuss). Yes, riding a bike! Can I tell you a story? When I was in second grade, I had a really hard time taking the training wheels off my bike. I was so scared! Does anyone else know what that feels like? (Students turn and share their story, then share out 2 as a class). I’m w [...]

    2. Bear is good at many different things, but there's one thing he just can't master: riding his bike! All his friends offer advice and try to help, but nothing works. But when Bear sees a baby in trouble, he knows he has to help!

    3. Bear is talented in a lot of areas except for biking. He just can't get the hang of it. But he is determined to be able to join his friends in the no-training-wheels park.

    4. Bear is exceptional at many things, but there is one thing he cannot dohe can't ride a bike! Each time he tries he crashes. When the park opens a new bike path, Bear comes up with a plan to master his bike skills so he can join his friends. He gets to know his bike, he practices balance, he believes in himself, and he tries not to think about it too much, (all with varying success). Finally, on a blustery day when a goat child is being carried away by the wind, bear puts his new skills to use, s [...]

    5. Bear was no ordinary bear. He was smart, flexible, and helpful. But Bear could not ride a bike, even with training wheels. His father tried to teach him. His friends tried to help him. He even got a how-to book from the library to teach him how to ride a bike. But it was useless. Bear just couldn’t do it. He even started to lose confidence in his other abilities. Then one day, just as Bear was about to give up, he heard a cry for help from the park. A kid had floated away with his balloon. Bea [...]

    6. This would be a great book for a kid who was learning to ride his/her bike. The bear is pretty terrible at riding, and so goes to check out a book from the library to help him out. He's super motivated because a new bike path got put into the park in his neighborhood, and all of his friends are jazzed. He perseveres andspoilerrides his bike :D

    7. This is a cutie story about a bear who can. Ot ride a bike. My favorite part is where his mother tells him to go to the library because you can learn anything there. Except how to believe in yourself. I really like the illustrations, especially for its play on words Kid = kid (as in baby goat).

    8. Great book on teaching a lesson on believing in yourself and how much you can accomplish anything when you believe in yourself. I need to read this book to my son who is afraid to learn to ride his bike without training wheels.

    9. Bear is an extraordinary, genius bear, who can do anything except ride a bike. Can Bear figure out how to get on two wheels?

    10. meh. A little too trite with Bear's ambition and success, but the overall message was honest and executed cute-ly.

    11. Adorbs. The end sets up for a follow up, Swim On, Bear! I also love that he wants to learn something new and goes to the library for help.

    12. Bear is an extraordinary, genius bear, who can do anything except ride a bike. Can Bear figure out how to get on two wheels?

    13. A great book to instill a love for the library, a nature of problem solving and a sense of perseverance in my future baby.

    14. Bear is good at everything. Everything except for riding a bike. He tries everything without success until he needs to ride in an emergency. He quits thinking about it so hard and just does it.

    15. Meh. Bear can't ride a bike. Someone is is in danger. Bear magically can ride a bike to save them. That is not how real life works.

    16. Bear goes from falling off a bike to doing a triple back-paw-spring from the seat of a bike, all in one picture book.

    17. Adorable story about learning to believe in yourself. The illustrations are clear, clean and colorful. BONUS: Cynthea Liu plugs the library!

    18. First, a public park would never, ever forbid training wheels. That's absurd. Second, the ending was super cliched.

    19. Good book to read aloud about growth mindset - bear wants to ride a bike without training wheels and doesn't give up!

    20. Great children's book to demonstrate how to do a new thing. Positive reinforcement! Believing in yourself!

    21. It's a cute children's book. Perhaps not one that's a must for a children's home library. But as one to borrow from the public library sure. It's a cute, funny read.

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