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Peace At Last Paperback – Illustrated, 6 Jul 2007
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The hour was late and Mr Bear was tired. But he could not sleep however he tried and wherever he tried. SNORE, SNORE went Mrs Bear. TICK-TOCK, TICK-TOCK went the clock. Would he never get to sleep? The familiar noises, repetition and beautiful illustrations make this delightful picture book an all-time favourite with children and adults everywhere.
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Mr. Bear has a long night ahead of him, but morning brings... Peace at Last.See all Product description
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About us - we are a family of four (mum, dad and two boys (aged 6&9)). We have extremely long (about an hour) car journeys travelling to and from school. My eldest has some extra learning needs so is possibly a little more immature than most 9 year olds. We generally upload the cd to our iPhone so we can listen to the story in the car and my children can use the cd at home.
I introduced The Worst Witch to my children over the summer holiday via the film and reading the books from the library. They loved it (I was secretly very pleased too).
The lady reading the story is in no way annoying which is always a worry when buying audio books, and entices you in to listen to the story. She is not as captivating as say David Walliams when he reads his books but still the gentle tone she uses is good.
Very happy with this audio book.
But I was especially fond of "The Worst Witch", partly because the pen-and-ink illustrations on almost every page are full of such personality - the tabby kitten splayed out on the end of the broomstick with its eyes closed, hanging on for dear life, still cracks me up - and partly because, unlike in the other writers' stories, the heroine Mildred is not clever or talented or a "chosen one" or brilliant at magic. She's actually very bad at magic, and leaves well-meaning havoc in her wake everywhere she goes. Yet generally, in every adventure including this one (first in the series), she ends up performing some heroic deed that helps other people.
I have just read it out at bedtime to my six-year-old daughter, who is moving into 7+ years chapter books for her own reading. She was fascinated with the idea of boarding school, which she has never heard of before, and she loved the idea of children being able to turn each other into pigs and frogs..... wishful thinking on her part, I'm assuming. So I shall be getting the rest of the series.
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Simple yet varied story, clearly this inspired the Harry Potter stories.Read more