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Can You See A Little Bear?

By James Mayhew
Illustrated by Jackie Morris

Join Little Bear for a day of adventures meeting lions and peacocks, crocodiles and kookaburras, camels and dolphins, on an amazing journey before bedtime.

Where is Little Bear? In this charming look-and-find book, highlighted by Jackie Morris’s gorgeous animal fantasies, very young children explore theatrical and circus settings as they attempt to find the missing cub. The concepts of opposites, colours and contrasts are introduced in the read-aloud nursery verse and simple clues and vivid word images help children discover Little Bear, whether he is trying on a hat, standing on his head or floating in a balloon. Gradually Little Bear moves into a more familiar landscape of tea, bath and bedtime, a cue for little bears’ bedtimes everywhere.

£12.99

Cover

HB

Size

235x278mm

Length

32pp

Age 3+

Jul 4, 2018

Pub Date

ISBN

9781910959367

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Reviews

"Gentle search-and-find rhyming text is married with lush, theatrical pictures to magical effect. Now in a new gift edition, Morris’ work is much in demand following the success of The Lost Words."

Fiona Noble - The Bookseller

James Mayhew

Author and Illustrator

James Mayhew is an internationally acclaimed author, artist and storyteller whose books reflect his passionate advocacy of the arts for young children. His imaginative Katie series invites readers to step inside famous paintings, Ella Bella Ballerina explores classic ballets, and other works feature folk tales and stories from opera and Shakespeare. James Mayhew lives in Baldock, Hertfordshire.

Jackie Morris

Author and Illustrator

Jackie Morris is internationally admired for her imaginative and atmospheric picture books, illustrated with watercolours and often with a fantasy dimension. Her previous books include The Snow Leopard, The Ice Bear and Tell Me a Dragon. Her books The Seal Children, New Born Child and One Cheetah, One Cherry were published by Otter-Barry Books in 2016. In 2019 she was awarded the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal for her work on The Lost Words. Jackie Morris lives in St. David's, Pembrokeshire.

 
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