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Bear Snores On (The Bear Books) Board book – October 1, 2005
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On a cold windy night, an itty-bitty mouse "pitter-pat, tip-toe, creep-crawls" into a sleeping bear's cozy lair, looking for relief from the bitter winter weather. Soon he is joined by a veritable menagerie of woodland animals, and the party begins. Popping corn, brewing tea, tweeting, and chatting, the critters enjoy themselves thoroughly while the bear slumbers through it all. Until, that is, an errant pepper flake from the simmering stew wakes him up with a giant sneeze. As the bear goes from ferocious snarls and rumbles to pitiful whimpers, his uninvited guests realize what the problem is.
You've snuck in my lairNot to worry. Mouse knows just what to do.
and you've all had fun!
But me? I was sleeping
I have had none!
First-time author Karma Wilson and artist Jane Chapman (illustrator of Phyllis Root's One Duck Stuck) have created a charming little tale of sharing and caring that will have readers of all ages cheering at the humorous finale. (Ages 3 to 7) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From Publishers Weekly
The title also serves as the book's refrain: because he's hibernating, the fluffy, snoring Bear remains oblivious as Mouse, Hare, Badger, Mole, Wren and Raven seek refuge in his cave from the blowing snow and frigid temperatures. Working in soft-textured acrylics, Chapman (Happy and Honey) makes both the biting weather and the warm, womb-like shelter of Bear's cave palpable. The once bedraggled animals perk up considerably, and first-time author Wilson describes the ensuing high spirits with a musical flair: "They tweet and they titter./ They chat and they chitter./ But the bear snores on." There's a moment of tension when Bear unexpectedly wakes up and the uninvited guests wonder if they'll be evicted. But Wilson demonstrates how well she knows her audience: the bear only bemoans the fact that he slept through all the fun; the unwitting host proves that he may be the biggest party animal of all. Ages 3-7.
Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Parents may be concerned that the text is too complex for a baby, who won't understand every single word here. Don't be. Studies show that babies learn, not only from attaching specific words to specific items, but from the cadence, the lilt, the flow of the English language. Your tiny person just needs to hear your voice flow at a time when you aren't stressed or busy.
Perhaps best of all, the book is entertaining enough that if later on, your child returns to it as the "it" book, the read-it-again, every night request, you won't want to bang your head on a brick wall from the repetition. I learned never to bring a book into my home for my kids if I wasn't ready to read it many, many times, and I can promise you, I would read this one happily. And I think you will too.
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