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The Underground Toy Society Helps Beary Bear is a wonderful story that every child—and parent—can relate to. When Beary Bear goes missing, Janelle is sad. She doesn’t want to go to bed without her favorite teddy bear. Author Jessica D. Adams is a wonderful storyteller who describes how Janelle and her family search everywhere after a road trip for Beary Bear, but they can’t find him. Adams also provides some ideas of what parents can do if their child’s favorite toy goes missing. Enter the Underground Toy Society. With the help of Murry Mole, they eventually find Beary Bear—under a sleeping dog’s paw! How can they get Beary Bear out without waking the dog?
Children and parents will like The Underground Toy Society Helps Beary Bear by Jessica D. Adams. She has written a page-turner that will have children wondering where Beary Bear went and how to get him back. Perhaps children can help solve the mystery of Beary Bear’s disappearance. Parents can ask their children questions throughout the story, such as “If you lost your favorite stuffed animal, where would you look for it?” or “If your stuffed animal was under a sleeping dog’s paw, how would you get it out?” Perhaps this book can help open the dialog between parents and their children while reading the book and after they finish. Children could even draw a picture of their favorite stuffed animal under the paw of a sleeping dog. This book is easy to read for 8 to 10-year-olds, or parents can read to their younger children.