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Bear Feels Sick (The Bear Books) Board book – May 1, 2012
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PreSchool-Grade 2—It is a typical autumn day, with blowing leaves and golden trees. But Bear doesn't feel well. He has a cold, and is feeling alone in his cave, snuffling and sneezing. Then all of his friends come to try and help him feel better. They light a fire, fluff his blanket, and make him some broth and tea, tending him lovingly. The rhyming text and oft-repeated refrain ("Bear feels sick") make this book irresistible when read aloud. Chapman's illustrations are warm and cozy. Bear is big and cuddly. His friends are shown doing small things to help him get better, including making drawings and singing him to sleep. The paintings glow with the light of the fire and the heat of the cave. What more could anyone ask when under the weather than a snug house and plenty of TLC?—Susan E. Murray, Glendale Public Library, AZ
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"The descriptive rhyming text, is perfect for reading aloud as well as for one-on-one sharing. Kids will ask for this book again and again."
"The rhyming text and oft-repeated refrain ("Bear feels sick") make this book irresistible when read aloud. Chapman's illustrations are warm and cozy." -- School Library Journal 9/1/2007 "School Library Journal 9/1/2007" --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.