Bear on a Bike (Bear (Stella Blackstone)) Paperback – Illustrated, 1 Apr 2006
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'Kids' imagination will run away with the Bear on a Bike...The diverse and colourful vocabulary will stimulate young readers. Quirky drawings by Debbie Harter, depicting mischievous babies on the beach and tongue-lolling tired dogs all add to the fun' --Observer
'Bear on his bike will be right at home on your child s book shelf alongside such wonders as Bear in Sunshine and Bear At Home. This delightful series places Bear in everyday situations, bringing fun and good humour into the lives of his friends and proving once more that the children's book publishing sector is every bit as lively and as professional as its grown up counterpart' --London Cyclist magazine
'Beautifully illustrated in great detail. This happy story is full of joy and excitement... Young children will learn a lot about friendship and caring from this charming story' --Early Years Educator
About the Author
On good days, Stella Blackstone lives east of the sun and west of the moon. On less good days, she lives at the bottom of a well. She finds ideas in all of these places and turns them into songs, poems and rhymes. She has read and written poetry for as long as she can remember, and her favourite books include Louis Untermeyer's A Child's Treasury of Poetry, which was a constant companion throughout her childhood, Paolo Coelho's The Alchemist, everything by T.S. Eliot, and William Buck's translation of The Ramayana. She lives in southwest England, and enjoys walking and working in her garden as well as doing nothing whenever she has the chance. Debbie Harter was born and raised in England, and she currently lives in Penzance, Cornwall. She has participated in all kinds of artistic ventures, creating jewellery, textiles, ceramics, mirrors and candles. Now Debbie works primarily in book illustration, and with her bold and vibrant style, has created many of Barefoot Books' most successful titles, including Herb, the Vegetarian Dragon (1999), The Animal Boogie (2000) and the best-selling Bear series.
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Top Customer Reviews
But that aside my little boy loves turning the pages and seeing what bear is doing in the next room!
Would definitely recommend :)
The book itself isn't very long, and each double page has a four line poem on it. There are plenty of bright coloured illustrations on every page filling the pages completely to keep the child busy with pointing out various items or actions.
Makes for a fantastic reading time and even if kids flick through on their own they can read it from memory due to ease of the rhyming story.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lovely little book with colourful pictures and sweet rymes. The best in the series.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent story. Highly recommended to everyone. Rhymes and great to follow for children from toddlers upwardsPublished 21 months ago by T. Tsui
My 3yr old daughter loves this book. She counts the fishes, other animals and loves reading about all the places bear goes. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Lilly Rose
I read this to my Reception class and they really enjoyed it. Great use of rhythm and rhyme and it introduces lots of lovely rich language.Published on 27 Aug. 2013 by chakka