[BOOKS] ✮ Big Bad Bruce ✸ Bill Peet – Multi-channel.co

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10 thoughts on “Big Bad Bruce

  1. says:

    A rare children s book in which the protagonist does NOT learn his lesson, showing that just because your circumstances change, it doesn t mean your character necessarily will A good spring board for discussion with my four year old, and simply a fun, magical tale It s also good for teaching young children to recognize and interpret foreshadowing even if they don t have a word for the concept yet.

  2. says:

    Big Bad Bruce is another classic tale by Bill Peet and it is about how Bruce the Bear tortures small creatures and he eventually gets what he deserves when Roxy the witch shrinks him down to the size of a chipmunk The lesson of this story may have not been taught right, but this book is still a treat for children to read Bill Peet does an excellent job at illustrating and writing the story Big Bad Bruce First, I like to talk about Bill Peet s illustrations as they are beautiful and colorful when he illustrates Bruce to seem like a scruffy and mischievous bear rather than a scary and vicious bear The image that I really enjoyed was the image of Bruce standing up on his hind legs looking for some mischief to do as he has a mischievous grin on his face Second, I like to talk about Bill Peet s writing as he effectively uses a fantasy element witchcraft to make Bruce see everything from a chipmunk s point of view and learns about how the other animals felt when he picked on them Roxy was probably the most interesting character in this story as she was the only one who was able to stand up to Bruce when he was big and I love how she creatively teaches Bruce a lesson about bullying by shrinking him down to the size of a chipmunk Big Bad Bruce is an interesting story about the consequences of teasing other people, but parents may want to avert their children about the real lesson being taught her, instead of doing what Bruce has done at the end of the book I would recommend this book to children ages six and up due to some advanced vocabulary in this book and the fact that Bruce had not really learned his lesson.Review is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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    I am a fan of Bill Peet but I can t decide if this was a brilliant way to tell a story or if this feels like part of a story The ending was definitely unusual for a children s book It doesn t follow any common children s book formula, and I do admire that But, somehow, what it possibly tried to do didn t work for me but fell short.The story s language didn t flow that well for me It was hard to read, especially hard to read aloud Some of the illustrations seemed off There were a couple pictures where Bruce s facial expression didn t seem to match what the story says he is feeling.This is a message book with a big M bigger creatures should not tease and torment smaller creatures But, there doesn t seem to be much of a resolution, despite the amazing happenings I normally admire books that don t have an expected ending, but I ve seen it done better than it s done here.I did actually sort of like Bruce, mostly because of Peet s illustrations and not because of his behavior, and the witch, and especially the witch s cat I found appealing at times But, I didn t fall in love with any of the characters in this story.My favorite illustration was of Bruce leaning against a tree as he was getting smaller and smaller Very cool And, overall, I enjoyed the illustrations than the story.This story is definitely different and might provide a good springboard for discussion, but some small children may be perturbed I m surprised I don t like this rather strange story than I do.

  4. says:

    Big Bad Bruce is just another amazing Bill Peet book that is a perfect one to cuddle up with and read slowly, look and the pictures and smile at the awesome and satisfying ending

  5. says:

    This is one Bill Peet story that I didn t know how it was going to turn out At first with the title and the and the rollicking bear you can only image that nothing good will happen but how will that affect the story is only left up to the imagination Then once the reader gets started into the actual plot it really doesn t have much of a story The bear is a bad and as a result of his evil ways his smaller neighbors live constantly in fear Then one day he ends up making the wrong person mad and they get their revenge but comes to save the day before the bully gets his full just desserts And at the same time Bruce never regains his former self but is allowed to continue his menacing ways as long as it helps his victim benefactor to benefit from it So basically what has this bear actually really had learned from the whole experience The illustrations were done with Peet s signature style the human expressions, the detailed backgrounds and the amazing details The cat that can be found within the pages was my most favorite character and that was a s shame, especially since the cat was a very small secondary to the secondary character Although the book does a great job in questioning about bullies and bringing an eye to the event it doesn t fully answer the question maturely enough while there truly experienced books out there that would make for great anti bully starters.

  6. says:

    Bruce is a big bear that likes to bully the little creatures in Evergreen Forest One day he antagonizes the wrong lady Roxy the witch and she places a spell on him After his nap that day, he discovers that now he is one of the little creatures He has shrunk to smaller than a squirrel and has to figure out how to navigate through life at this small size.Cute, cute illustrations.

  7. says:

    Bruce the Bear was a very big mighty bear The woods were very peaceful until he came, ate bugs in logs, and snorted all around When he wanted to have fun, he would scare the wits out of all the animals in the forest He liked to push boulders off hills that would roll across lots of land The boulders would bash and break logs, and sticks and birds would be flying around everywhere Then he would laugh and snort and go ho ho ho He was so mean to the animals One day, he made a mistake, he came across a big boulder and a big hill.He rolled the boulder down cliff and it landed in a blueberry patch and barely missed a witch named Roxy and almost smashed her cat to smithereens Than Bruce laughed at the witch Roxy tricked him and shrunk him real small.Animals chased Bruce the bear because they were mad because he used to be mean to them Bruce got away Roxy decided to keep Bruce that way as a pet and liked him They lived happily Bruce toppled pebbles at bugs for fun in Roxys garden He did not learn his lesson about being mean.Beginning I like the part where Bruce the bear snorts around all the time It is funny and fun to read It s put in for detail.I like the picture where Bruce tosses a boulder and it breaks a log and birds are flying everywhere I like it because it is full of action.I don t think there s much to be improved in the beginning.MiddleI like it when Roxy reads the ingredients for the pie she uses to shrink Bruce.The names of the potions she put in there sounds cool It is fun to read.I wish Bruce found a way to get to the other side of the creek from the rock in the middle of the creek Maybe Bruce the bear could have hopped rock to rock if there were rocks It s not too bad, but it could be better.Conclusion End I like the picture of bruce flipping pebbles in the garden It is like a maze in there Also its cute.Bruce flips pebbles at animals like they are boulders I don t like it because Bruce did not learn a lesson after that It is kind of bad.I dislike it when Roxy finds Bruce with just a lantern because Bruce is so small How could she find him in the whole woods I would recommend the book to people who like action and funny books with good pictures For example tumbling a big boulder down a steep slope smashing and breaking trees has a lot of action It is funny when Bruce snorts around.

  8. says:

    Could have been rated higher, but the witch is portrayed as being a kindly old woman and as gentle as could be 36.

  9. says:

    November 2017 great as a long picture book read aloud, with adventure and magic and a big bad character getting his comeuppance.

  10. says:

    my 5 year old is currently obsessed with Bill Peet books I think every Peet book in our library system currently resides on his bookshelf.