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Ian Whybrow Sebastien Braun (Illustrator)
This is a great book for sharing .Daddy and the little brown bear settle down for a quiet book before bedtime, but soon the whole forest comes alive with other animals wanting to listen to the stories, and reverberates to the sound of "Again! Again!" as Daddy Bear reads them all their favourite books.
Bartholomew and the Bug
Hodder Children's Books
Winner of the Bronze Smarties Book Prize 2004
A charming and quirky story about an unlikely friendship, by the award winning Neal Layton: 'Bartholomew and the Bug' teaches even the youngest child to 'seize the day'.
Hodder Childrens Books
A bear falls out of the sky and lands into Sophie's playpen . Is he just a Teddy bear? Sophie's brother soon realises that this bear is not real.
Another delightfully written and illustrated book by Mick Inkpen.
Winner of the 2004 Smarties Book Prize
When Horace bakes a biscuit in the shape of a bear, little does he know that his edible treat is going to turn into Biscuit Bear! For in the middle of the night, when all is quiet, that is exactly what happens, and Biscuit Bear decides that it is time he made some friends of his own. So, with flour, sugar and butter he does just that. In fact, he makes a whole circus of friends and the fun begins . .
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Bill Martin Eric Carle (Illustrator)
This is a great book to share with children as the easily predicted rhyme encourages even the youngest child to join in. With delightful illustrations from Eric Carle, this book is sure to become a favourite with all children and will be chosen time after time.
Can't You Sleep Little Bear
Little Bear can't sleep. He is frightened of the dark, even with the biggest lantern of them all at his bedside. But Big Bear finds an ingenious way to reassure him. So Big Bear takes him out and shows him the moon and the stars - and Little Bear then falls asleep.
I've Seen Santa
David Bedford Tim Warnes (Illustrator)
Little Tiger Press
It's Christmas Eve and Little Bear can't wait for Santa to deliver his presents.
"Santa will come just as soon as you go to sleep", Mummy Bear says. But Little Bear doesn't want to go to sleep. He wants to see Santa. Suddenly. . . glug, glug, glug! What's that noise? Someone is downstairs! Will Little Bear really get to see Santa?
Perfect for Christmas.