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I had never read The Bears on Hemlock Mountain before, but it appears on at least one primary-grades reading list, so I picked it out for her to read. Well, this book is a gem, as its Newbery honor of designation indicates. It is a chapter book, but it has plenty of pictures incorporated throughout the text, so it is a little easier for young readers to navigate.

Lulu had no problem whatsoever reading it, and it was enjoyable enough that she wanted to read it. Jonathan is filled up with the importance of his task and he feels up to the challenge, except there may be bears on Hemlock Mountain. Jonathan, of course, makes it over the mountain, but with a few mishaps and adventures along the way. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. The Bears on Hemlock Mountain is a must-read book. It's about a boy who goes into the mountains to get a big iron pot from his aunt and he meets bear cubs on Hemlock Mountain.

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It's an adventure story with a good ending, but I won't spoil it for you. I'm 12 and I would recommend this book for any age even if you can't read yet.


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Maybe your mom or dad could read it to you if you can't read yet. This is an outstanding story for young readers. Jonathan was an eight-year-old boy who lived at the foot of Hemlock Mountain and wanted more than anything to see a bear.

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He was told again and again that there were no bears on Hemlock Mountain, but when he was sent on an errand over the mountain and had to return after dark, he had an opportunity to find out whether that was true. My paperback has 59 unnumbered pages with a black and white illustration on almost every page. The story is suspenseful but not unduly scary for young children, and without belaboring the point, it shows love in an extended family of parents, children, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

I would recommend it for all children, and as an older adult and a retired teacher, I enjoyed it, too. This book is one of my favorite for emergent readers who are in that hazy zone between picture books and chapter books. The story is simple and wonderful. My favorite part is the mother stamping out cookies as she worries.

Alice Dalgliesh is masterful in her ability to think like a child. Simply wonderful and I am looking forward to sharing this with my boys as I did my girls. This book is so enjoyable. I can read it out loud to my little kids 5 and 3 in about a half an hour and it's a huge favorite at my house. Great read-aloud story that is quick to pick up and put down. I'm 12 and I would recommend this book for any age even if you can't read yet.

Maybe your mom or dad could read it to you if you can't read yet. This is an outstanding story for young readers. Jonathan was an eight-year-old boy who lived at the foot of Hemlock Mountain and wanted more than anything to see a bear.

He was told again and again that there were no bears on Hemlock Mountain, but when he was sent on an errand over the mountain and had to return after dark, he had an opportunity to find out whether that was true. My paperback has 59 unnumbered pages with a black and white illustration on almost every page.


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The story is suspenseful but not unduly scary for young children, and without belaboring the point, it shows love in an extended family of parents, children, aunts, uncles, and cousins. I would recommend it for all children, and as an older adult and a retired teacher, I enjoyed it, too. This book is one of my favorite for emergent readers who are in that hazy zone between picture books and chapter books.

The Bears on Hemlock Mountain by Alice Dalgliesh

The story is simple and wonderful. My favorite part is the mother stamping out cookies as she worries. Alice Dalgliesh is masterful in her ability to think like a child. Simply wonderful and I am looking forward to sharing this with my boys as I did my girls.