Roly Poly
Roly Poly
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Annotation: Roly Poly the polar bear never wanted a brother, but then little Monty arrives and Roly Poly has to adjust to his new sibling.
Catalog Number: #194841
Format: Publisher's Hardcover
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Copyright Date: 2019
Edition Date: 2019
Illustrator: Dyer, Jane,
Pages: 40
Availability: Available
ISBN: 1-481-44556-1
ISBN 13: 978-1-481-44556-6
Dewey: E
LCCN: 2018045183
Dimensions: 26 cm.
Language: English
Reviews:
Publishers Weekly
In this sprightly offering from the team behind Time for Bed, Roly Poly the polar bear thinks life is -grand--until the morning he learns that the wee bear sharing his bed is his new brother, Monty: -But I never asked for a baby brother, and I don-t want one now!- His protests form a refrain that grows more emphatic-and provides resonant readaloud opportunities-as he becomes increasingly irked at playful Monty-s presence. Yet when Monty becomes stranded on an ice floe, Roly Poly has a change of heart and emerges a hero, and the two -lived happily ever after. Well.... Mostly.- Fox-s spare, wry text leaves readers ample room to embellish and personalize the story, while the mixed-media illustrations humorously portray the siblings- interactions. Dyer fashioned the bears using needle felting, a process that involves poking raw wool with a barbed needle to alter the density of its fiber, and Birdsall (the Penderwicks series) helped Dyer stage the scenarios and then photographed them. The resulting, beguiling images have a 3-D quality and authentically capture the jumbled emotions that accompany the arrival of a sibling. Ages 4-8. (Nov.)
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Reading Level: 1.0
Interest Level: P-2

Roly Poly the polar bear gets a little brother he did not ask for, in this charming story about sibling rivalry and the bonds of family from the beloved picture book creators of Time for Bed, Mem Fox and Jane Dyer.

Roly Poly the polar bear loves being an only child. His bed is only his. The fish he catches are only his. And he doesn’t have to share his toy walrus tooth with anyone. But then along comes baby Monty. Roly Poly did not ask for a little brother and he certainly does not want one now! What is Roly Poly to do when Monty starts making him share his bed and fish and walrus tooth?


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