Bear Takes a Trip BB Board book – Illustrated, 1 Apr 2012
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About the Author
Stella Blackstone wrote her first story when she was seven years old and has gone on writing ever since. She is fascinated by the relationship between language and music and especially enjoys working with rhythm and rhyme in her books for small children. In addition to her own writing she runs writing workshops for children in schools and at festivals. Stella lives in North Somerset. About the artist Debbie Harter has been drawing, painting and creating since she was very little. She has illustrated numerous bestselling titles for Barefoot Books including the Bear series Port Side Pirates! and The Animal Boogie. Debbie currently lives in Falmouth Cornwall.
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My boys are 4 years old now, but telling time with an analog clock is still a bit beyond them, though they try to understand it. Younger children might get even less out of that part of the book. But it's a nice story even if you ignore the time-telling aspect. There are different modes of transport shown (walking, bus, train, a bit of implied hiking from the train to the cabins, and sailing & climbing at the end). Bear's cat stays home, but a bee gets interested in a poster of the mountains at the train station and comes along on the trip. My kids wanted the book to be longer -- they wanted to hear more about Bear's vacation. At the end of the book it says "Bear wants to stay here forever and ever!" and that has become a catch phrase for us. A delightful book!