Well Done, Little Bear (Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?) Paperback – 4 Apr 2005
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About the Author
A master storyteller for children, Martin has won the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen award and the Smarties award twice. The multi-award-winning illustrator of the classic Little Bear series.
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Top Customer Reviews
And that is how Martin Waddell's 'Bear' series of stories all start, which is comforting for the younger reader who will soon start to recognise the gentle repetition of key words.
In this charming, reassuring story, Little Bear is beginning to gain some independence... but Big Bear is never too far away to reassure him.
They go exploring.......and do a little of this and a little of that.....before getting a little bit wet ... then they make their way back to Bear Cave and the safety of Bear Chair!
31 high quality shiny pages, in the popular 2-page spread format (except the last one!) with superb pastel illustrations, throughout, from Barbara Firth.
Enough words to each page, in a good sized print, to be stimulating, but not over-powering.
Plenty of speech opportunities for those who like to read along!
From the back cover:
'One day, Little Bear goes exploring deep in the woods. He finds rocks to climb and branches to bounce on. But Big Bear is always there, close by, to help him if he's needed.'
Example of text:
'......One day, Little Bear wanted to go exploring. Little Bear found Bear Rock.
"Look at me!" Little Bear said.
"Where are you, Little Bear?" asked Big Bear.
"I'm exploring Bear Rock," Little Bear said.
"Watch me climb."
"Well done, Little Bear,"
said Big Bear.........'
Most Recent Customer Reviews
another lovely story in this series. Its my granddaughters favourite bedtime story as it was 28 years ago her mums! arrived it time specified.Published on 23 April 2013 by ms r e shelbourne
These books are a lovely line of books. My son is still too young for a longer stories, but I am looking very forward to reading them to him.Published on 17 Feb. 2010 by Amazon Customer