Jesse is a baby polar bear who not only likes to ask a lot of questions, but also questions the status quo of all the things around him.
As tough as it is sometimes, his mother lets him express his opinions and just once in a while, lets him get away with certain things that are contrary to a polar bear’s best judgment.
In the end, mama´s patience pays off, as Jesse is saved by a dear friend that he would not have, had he followed traditional rules.
The book teaches little ones (and their parents) that sometimes, not everything has to be the way it has always been. It also reminds us to breathe deeply every time our little one asks us repeatedly why, why, why, why???
Janice Spina´s book is written in rhymes; it is illustrated by her husband, John Spina and it is part of their Jembooks. This collection is focused in teaching real life lessons to children through the use of cute animals doing extraordinary deeds.
Both Janice and John have spent their lives educating children and they have poured all their knowledge into their Jembooks.
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