47 Beavers on the Big, Blue Sea Hardcover – March 6, 2007
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The rhyming is great and introduces new vocabulary in easy-to-learn settings. The illustrations are bright, perfect for preschoolers. I like that the book teaches more than just working together. It does a wondeful job there, but it also teaches perseverance and optimism. Some of the beavers complain, but the leader is always positive and encouraging. My kids love the CD! It's a fun tune, easy to replicate.
Tanya from Christian Children's Book Review
Individuals familiar with the kinds of lessons Vischer and his comrades have taught for well over a decade through his amazing vegetables will not be disappointed by all 47 beavers adrift at sea.
Grandparents need to buy this book so they can share it with their grandkids. Parents need to add this book to their children's library. Churches need to include this book in the resources for their Christian Education hour.
A product of Vischer's new venture, Jellyfish Labs, this book holds a promise for increasingly more exciting and creative offerings to come. The CD included with this book has many super extras.
I cannot recommend this book more highly. I chuckled all the way through the story. And, I found the memorable lines of the poem rebounding the message of the book over and over again.
Christmas. He says that its a great book to read. His wife had gotten it to take to read to her kids in Sudan Africa and he read it first and almost didnt let her take it because he loved it so much.