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Blueberries for Sal Caldecott Honor BookWhat Happens When Sal And Her Mother Meet A Mother Bear And Her Cub A Beloved Classic Is Born Kuplink, Kuplank, KuplunkSal And Her Mother A Picking Blueberries To Can For The Winter But When Sal Wanders To The Other Side Of Blueberry Hill, She Discovers A Mama Bear Preparing For Her Own Long Winter Meanwhile Sal S Mother Is Being Followed By A Small Bear With A Big Appetite For Berries Will Each Mother Go Home With The Right Little One With Its Expressive Line Drawings And Charming Story, Blueberries For Sal Has Won Readers Hearts Since Its First Publication In

About the Author: Robert McCloskey

John Robert McCloskey September 15, 1914 June 30, 2003 was an American writer and illustrator of children s books He both wrote and illustrated eight picture books and won two Caldecott Medals from the American Library Association recognizing the year s best illustrated picture book Four of those eight books were set in Maine Blueberries for Sal, One Morning in Maine, Time of Wonder, and

10 thoughts on “Blueberries for Sal

  1. says:

    I love the simple black and white illustrations in this book, and the subtle repetition of situations.Sal and her mother go out to pick blueberries.Unbeknowst to each other, Mother Bear has also taken her cub out to eat blueberries And soon there is a mix up on the mountainside This is a delightful book to read aloud to children, over and over The illustrations are v

  2. says:

    This mother has nerves of steel She is missing her baby on a blueberry mountain and she meets a bear and walks around calmly looking for her baby I guess that s the way to do it.I think the art is nice mostly black and white illustrations The story is interesting and there is quite a bit of tension in it for kids Two parties go up a hill to pick blueberries and the afternoon g

  3. says:

    A lovely simple tale of a mother and daughter going to pick fruit to preserve for the winter They are not the only fruit pickers about but it all ends well This story certainly struck a chord with me, we always pick as many blackberries as we can for jam and freezing and when my daughter was small, just like Sal, she would eat all she could pick and start on what I had gathered This st

  4. says:

    The reason I picked this one Partly for my niece and partly because of Our neighbors Helen and Mike second grandparents really had five blueberry bushes while we were growing up Sometimes we would pick blueberries with them and sometimes we get a bowlful after Helen had given her family their share To this day, they are still my favorite fruit Story four starsNarrator 5 starsActual rating 4.5 s

  5. says:

    Blueberries for Sal is a Caldecott Honor Book by Robert McCloskey that is about how Little Sal and Little Bear wandered off from their mothers and ended up with the other s mother during a day of blueberry picking Blueberries for Sal is a wonderful book that many children will read for many years to come.Robert McCloskey has done an amazing job at both writing and illustrating this book Robert McCloskey

  6. says:

    When Sal and her mother go blueberrying, they are both too busy picking or in Sal s case, eating to keep an eye on one another Coincidentally, another mother and child duo has the same problem at the same time

  7. says:

    I would probably recommend this book only with a caveat I don t think it s suitable for kids who live in areas where there are actual bears it could easily give them the wrong idea.This classic book is about a little girl who goes picking blueberries with her mother On Blueberry Hill, there s a bit of a mix up, and Sal ends up following a mama bear while the little bear ends up following Sal s mother In the book, there s

  8. says:

    What a charming book Written in 1948, Blueberries For Sal has received a Caldecott Honor.I m surprised I never read this book as a child or even noticed it at the library when my own children were young The story surrounds a young girl named Sal who goes blueberry picking with her mother At the same time a mother bear and her young cub go blueberry eating to prepare for winter Babies and mothers meet up unexpectedly The adventure

  9. says:

    First of all, Sal looks like my most vivid memories of my sister when she was that age, so I love her.Second of all, what s not to love about a story of mistaken identity set in a blueberry patch ThirdKuplink, kuplank, kuplunk nuff said.Oha nice addition to my unit on using prior knowledge to make predictions and help yourself understand a story Boys and girls, what kinds of animals like to eat blueberries

  10. says:

    The illustrations in this book, from the detailed kitchen scene to the wide open hillside scenes, are beautiful The author points out similarities between humans and animals when it comes to the behavior of mothers and children.

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