Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See by Bill Martin Jr., Eric Carle

By Bill Martin Jr., Eric Carle

A giant chuffed frog, a plump pink cat, a good-looking blue horse, and a delicate yellow duck--all parade around the pages of this pleasant ebook. little ones will instantly reply to Eric Carle's flat, boldly coloured collages. mixed with invoice Martin's singsong textual content, they bring about unforgettable photos of those endearing animals.

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Our food was cooked on wood, our houses were heated, when they needed to be heated, by wood fires. When our. houses needed to be kept cool, then too, we used reed curtains to keep out the sun and glare. Indeed, wherever there were plenty of trees and the land was fertile, a community could live in dignity and comfort. Every tree, every kind of wood, had its own qualities, and was used for special things. In our country, the best wood was that which was hard and dense, so that white ants could not destroy it.

Has lived for a long time in Pune, Bangalore or Ranchi. They will tell you that, thirty years ago, the climate was cooler, you never needed a fan, and there used to be light showers almost every afternoon during half the year. They will tell you that all this is changed now, ever since the cities grew bigger and a lot of trees were cut down to make room for buildings. And people who now live in 'these cities feel hot and need fans; they no longer need coats and cardigans; and, if they have gardens, they have to water them daily.

Just think of the amount of oil and petrol used by all the cars and aeroplanes and in the factories of the world, and think of the filthy smoke they add to the air around us. The second reason for our environmental troubles is even more paradoxical. It is because our medical research has been so successful that most people now live much longer than they ever did before. In the days before our doctors knew so much about medicine, very few people lived to be really old, for there were many diseases which had no cure.

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