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The Bear Who Shared Hardcover – March 17, 2011
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Painted in big, free watercolour strokes, inky lines and pencil, this book about a lovable bear is warm, soft and delicious. (The Sunday Times' 100 Best Children's Books) The Sunday Times A perfect book for curling up cosy with your little ones. Irish Times Rayner's artwork is stunning. Bookseller The story will make a great bedtime read. School Librarian All the more engaging by Catherine Rayner's gorgeous bold pictures. Bookbag Simple and sublime. Kirkus A perfectly paced and beautifully illustrated book that explores timeless themes of friendship, sharing... and juicy plorringes. Junior A gorgeous book about sharing and making friendships. Angels & Urchins --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Catherine Rayner lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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This is a great story to remind young ones about the value of sharing. It's told in a way that's not heavy handed and full of beautiful language. Did you know that plorringes smell of "honey and sunny days"? This is a beautiful book that will make a perfect addition to any young child's collection. With it's oversize illustration and spare, beautiful text, it is also an excellent choice for story time. It's a quiet, contemplative little tale that is not to be missed. Recommended.
I absolutely loved this book & so did the kids. If you read it right - and that's slow as molasses and thick as porridge you'll sound just like a bear called Norris lying around waiting and waiting for One Last....
The illustrations in The Bear Who Shared are wonderful too. They look like they are a mixture of Ink and possibly watercolor drawings. Written by Catherine Rayner and illustrated as well I think this will be a book we definitely add to our special bookshelf at home. It's a wonderful story & the illustrations are a true treat in a children's book (they really remind me of Eric Carle except the colors are a mixture of browns, greens, blacks and whites instead of the vibrant bright colors Carle uses).
Disclaimer: I discovered this book at one of my kiddo's school libraries and brought it home to read and review. Thanks for reading Classic Children's Books!