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We're Going on a Bear Hunt Paperback – 1 Jan 2003
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We're Going on A Bear Hunt is a timeless classic that combines Michael Rosen's lyrical, repetitive text and Helen Oxenbury's delightful watercolour illustrations in an unforgettable tale that children (and adults) simply love.
This gift set comprises the board book edition of the classic story (perfect for babies and toddlers) with a gruff, brown bear soft toy, making this a great present for introducing newcomers to the classic tale, or for children and parents who have already fallen for its infinite charms. (Age 2 and over.) --Susan Harrison --This text refers to the Board book edition.
"A dramatic and comic masterpiece... Beautifully produced, written and illustrated, this is a classic."The Independent on Sunday" --This text refers to the Board book edition.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
My only gripe is the puzzle stickers which have great big borders on them and so when stuck in obscure most of the remaining puzzle picture.
It differs slightly from the cartoon however it's just as good and I always get asked to read it again for my 3 year old.
A nice story which both breaches health and safety and has toddlers hiding beings a cushion towards the end.
Really recommend this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the majority are black and white images so a little disappointingPublished 2 days ago by carla cambo
Fab book. Lovely illustrations and a kids favourite for bedtimePublished 17 days ago by Emily Arrowsmith
It's different from what I remember from being a child but my daughter (has me) read it 20 times a dayPublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
I remember this story from my own childhood and recall loving it. So when our local theatre company put on a musical performance of this story we took our 4 year daughter. Read morePublished 17 days ago by AlCs