Blueberries for Sal

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Little Sal and Little Bear both lose their mothers while eating blueberries and almost end up with the other's mother.

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HealthyMom

Jul 27, 2009

Sweet childhood memories

A charming book to share with your child now and in the future. A non-threatening romp, despite the fact that being separated from your parent can be so scary to a small child. Who doesn't love the plink plink of berries in the pail, and the discoveries made on a wild hill? A lovely touch - the illustrations are done in dark blue!

jbgoode

May 22, 2009

Blueberries for Sal

I bought this book 35 years ago for my son and daughter and they just loved it. They too followed me around picking blueberries when we lived in Baxter State Park in Maine.
Luckily we didn't encounter a bear. I gave it to my grandson when he was 4. The book was like reading about his mother picking berries.
I gladly recommend this book to all children.
It is in black and white so the children could
color the pages-like my daughter did-if they wished too. I purchased this copy for my cousin's grandchildren. jbgoode, Patten, ME

whippoorwilll

Feb 22, 2008

Great Book

My 2 year loves this book, she doesn't quite sit to listen to all of the words on the page, but she will and she asks for this book over and over again, simple pictures, great story,

smandes

Jan 31, 2008

Great Book

Reading this to 2 and 3 year olds. They love it. The pictures are simple and just fantastic. A wonderful and simple book.

GrandmaG

Jan 23, 2008

An Excellent Book

My sister sent this book to me many years ago, and I just ordered another copy because the original is so worn from many happy readings. The story is still a favorite, and the pen and ink drawings are exquisite.

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