Eric Carle

Brown Bear, Brown Bear till the day I die.

This is like the "Baby Shark" of previous generations. Maybe it's cute once, but it will not get out of your head.


Animals can be bizarre colors.

Adjective noun, adjective noun, what do you verb?

Just like its predecessor in the series, this book has no plot, and is a series of questions to a series of animals, phrased in exactly the same way, and is highly repetitive. I guess this one is for the parents who have burned out on "Brown Bear" and will be satisfied with a slight variation for a while.


Different animals make different noises.

Don't know much about biology. But I know more than Eric Carle, apparently.

And someone else pointed out to me that the butterfly wings are on upside down. He's not an airplane, he's a moth-- butterfly-- whatever. Butterfly and moth wings are wider on the top and narrower on the bottom. So either his wings are upside-down, or his whole body is upside-down in the picture and what everyone thinks is his head is actually his butt.


Caterpillars turn into butterflies?