Kind of irritating A penguin wreaks havoc through his obliviousness while being bothered that nothing is happening As it is not meant to be realistic I guess I shouldn t be bothered by polar bears at the South Pole but I amIt was interesting that the rhyme scheme and some lements were much reminiscent of Dr Seuss than a typical Berenstain book Obliviou penguin narrowly scapes several close ncounters with mortality Overall this book was a real disappointment The illustrations are All Roads Lead Home entertaining and cute but the writing is really lacking The rhythm and rhyme are both strained The story behind the book s creation however was very interesting After their first book The Big Honey Hunt was published in 1962 Stan and Jan Berenstain were advised by theirditor Theodor Seuss Geisel Dr Seuss not to write another book featuring the bears He told them that writing a series was a terrible idea and tha. When one penguin goes looking for adventure he doesn't see anything xciting at all going on Could it be he's just.
Novelist Pre Kindergarten 2 4 8 yearsThe rhyming scheme felt off Penguin gets a new journal book to write in and almost has adventures all day but doesn t ven realize it But the observant reader will I felt like I had to finish the lesson the book started Good premise but the book itself did not deliver I am not a big Berenstain Bear fan but I really njoyed this book I liked the rhyming and the beat reminding me of Dr Suess I think an arly reader would The Mephisto Threat (Paul Tallis enjoy the penguin who roams around looking for adventure oblivious to the danger that surrounds him which would make for somexciting stories in his new notebook I actually could read this than once Delightful read aloud It was okay but it felt like it was trying to hard to be Dr Seuss This was a funny little book The kids did point out mphatically that there are NOT Arctic wolves polar bears or walruses in Antarctica D I found it. There's a lot going on at the South Pole There are slippery slopes and frozen floes and wild animals all around But.
T there were simply too many children s stories about bears already The Berenstains took his advice and began work on a new book called Nothing Ever Happens at the South Pole In this story a penguin receives a blank book and sets out to find adventures to write about in his book He daydreams about xciting things that could happen as he walks Through the illustrations readers see his wish coming true but the penguin remains oblivious to the action in the background At the close of his day readers see the penguin make his first journal ntry NOTHING HAPPENED HERE TODAY By the time the Berenstains finished writing Nothing Ever Happens at the South Pole word came back from the Random House sales staff that the The Big Honey Hunt was a hit The Berenstains continued writing their famous Berenstain Bears series and their second manuscript went into their files where it remained unpublished until no. Not looking closely noughFrom the creators of the Berenstain Bears comes a storybook filled with adventure for al.
Jan Berenstain often called The Berenstains were American writers and illustrators best known for creating the children's book series the Berenstain Bears Their son Mike joined them as a creative team in the late 1980s