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Where's My Teddy? (Eddy and the Bear) Paperback – 6 Dec 2004
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An alluring, entertaining and clever story that any child will easily relate to, Where's My Teddy is the kind of book that children will want to read over and over again.
As Eddy begins his search for Freddy the Teddy, the tale subtly shifts from reality to an enchanting fantasy tightly packed with a wit and humour that will stay long in the memory. Bright, bold illustrations coupled with a simple, rhyming text that will withstand endless repetition, make this a sure-fire favourite for the little ones in your life. (Ages 18 months to 4 years) --Susan Harrison
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An alluring, entertaining and clever story that any child will easily relate to... Early Years Educator Lush, bosky pictures and a moral. TES [A] charming classic tale Newbury Weekly NewsSee all Product Description
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I love it when he picks this one to read at bedtime - it's a book that really is enjoyable to read, read, read, read and read again.
Early Years Teachers - This book proved to be an invaluable resource on my teaching placements. As expected with this well known author Jez Alborough, this is a great book with a good story line. It is so versatile and can be enjoyed by many ages. It is really easy to engage with.
Themes: bears, emotions, being lost, friends.
- Children mind map other words for giant and try to use them in their work.
- Children could discuss their favorite teddies.
- Children could have a teddy bears picnic with their favorite teddies.
- Children could look at the woods picture and try to guess what may happen.
- Children could discuss how Eddy must have felt when he lost his teddy and this could relate to their experiences of losing something.
- Children could discuss why the bear and Eddy ran away from each other at the end. Were they scared of each other? Why were they sacred of each other?
The book details Eddie's search for his teddy, Freddy after he was accidentally left behind in the woods. Unbeknown to Eddy, Bear has also lost his teddy and is searching at the same time......
The book is written as a poem and is brilliant and funny, a real treat for parents getting a little tired of Cinderella and Tigerella with some real scope for fun and tension. this is a wonderful and much loved book and invokes some wonderful and very special childhood memories for myself and my children.
I would also highly recommend "It's the Bear!" - our favourite of the series.
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Arrived on time, a little bent could do with stronger packing but still good value. A good book my grandson found it funny.Published 6 months ago by Alex Lavery
My favourite childrens book.
Exactly as I remember, great quality.
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A favourite bed time book with my daughters. Short fun and rhyming.Published 8 months ago by Jazzy J Del Toro
A delightful story, the children laughed at the words and illustrations.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter (2-3years) loves these stories. Good rhyming story. Nice picturesPublished 9 months ago by Mrs C
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