Thursday, July 22, 2010

Just Like Bossy Bear

Do you know anyone that is a little bit bossy? You know 'Mine!', 'Gimme!' I want it NOW!'. Well they might enjoy meeting Bossy Bear. Just Like Bossy Bear by David Horvath is the follow up book to Bossy Bear. Imaginative, bold color, simple line drawings accompany this simple read about Bossy Bear and his friend turtle. (You should know by now how much I enjoy a good simple children's book read and if you're new well now you know.)

Bossy Bear is well, um, very bossy. His bff Turtle wants to be just like Bossy Bear, after all he gets whatever he wants as most bossy people or bossy blue bears do. So one day Turtle trys out being bossy. And you know what, he's actually great at being bossy too! But Bossy sees how unfun it is to have a well, um, very bossy friend. What to do? Bossy knows, he'll try setting a GOOD example of how one should act for his friend. And you know what, it works! There is also a great amount of ! to enjoy. You'll come to learn how much I love!!!!. Especially if I've ever commented on your lovely site!

A little bit more about the author is that David Horvath and his wife Sun-Min Kim are the creators of the Uglydoll toys. Any of your little ones have an Uglydoll friend, how cute are they, I mean, um, ugly? Other books by Horvath include: Bossy Bear, Ugly Guide books series, How to Draw Uglydoll: Ugly Drawings in a Few Easy Steps!, Ugly Colors, 1234 U, ABC U later, Chilly Chilly Ice-Bat and coming soon Babo's Cookie Problem.


  1. Sounds like a cute book. I don't suppose it would make a good gift for an adult? lol

  2. Sounds like a good book for kids!

  3. I think I know a few children and adults who need to read this one. :(
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  4. How cute. We just read a book about a bear who thinks he's a doctor. :)

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  6. This looks like a book I need for my 4 year old. Thank you for another great review :)