We're Going on a Bear Hunt (CBH Children / Picture Books) Paperback – 16 Sep 1993
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This worthy winner of the Smarties prize in 1989 is a timeless classic that is enjoyed by children of all ages as well as by the adults who are continually asked to read it again and again. Follow the family's excitement as they wade through the grass, splash through the river and squelch through the mud in search of the bear. What a surprise awaits us all in the cave on the other side of the dark forest. Michael Rosen's lyrical, repetitive text reads aloud beautifully and Helen Oxenbury's delightful watercolour illustrations not only provide the perfect complement but also add another dimension to the story itself. (Ages 3 and over)
A Big Book edition of this story is also available.
Beautifully produced, written and illustrated, this is a classic work for any age at any period. * The Independent on Sunday * With such a partnership, how can this gorgeous great picture-book rhyme fail? * The Guardian * Lovely to read aloud and beautiful to look at. * The Sunday Times * "It's a special book and it just never gets old." * Gurgle * "This contains adventure, companionship and good, old-fashioned fun." --* The Sun *See all Product description
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I bought this after seeing the animation version of the story on TV and I was reminded just how lovely and fun the story is. My daughter loves hearing the splishy, sploshy, and the squelch, squeeze in the story. I’m in the process of making a story sack for the book to engage her further. It’s a fun story and one that will continue to be loved for years to come.
Slightly repetitive as the title was repeated through out the book
I’m not too sure it’s advisable to actually go on a bear hunt. The family ended up in a bit of a predicament.
Over all a good read....