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What the community says about Blueberries for Sal
- "There's a lot of people trying to put out new children's books, but sometimes what your kid likes the best is an old favorite. In my son's case, a VERY old favorite. This book is from before even my time. It was something on my grandmother's shelf, and my son listened to her tell it to him. When he wanted to hear the story again, I looked it up and found I could get a new printing so I did. It's wholesome and entertaining, exactly what I want for my children. Love this book."
- "I got this book Blueberries for Sal from my friend because he insisted it was a good book and indeed he was right. My baby enjoyed reading it so much because of its interesting content. The story in it is very sweet and the illustrations are rally charming enough to catch someones attention."
- "We just love Robert McCloskey, & Blueberries for Sal is no exception. The illustrations are completely charming & captivating. The story sweet & endearing. Love the use of onomatopoeia and the great illustrations. Brings you back to a less crazy life. Miss those days."
- "Blueberries for Sal is a book about a child who wonders off from her mother in the blueberry patch. She meets mother bear. In the meantime mother bear's child wonders off and meets human mom. The book is illustrated and easy to understand for a child. There is no moralizing to it. Both mothers simply realize that their children got lost so mother bear sets out in search of mother human and both children get returned."