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Snow Bears
by Martin Waddell (more about Martin Waddell) 1566/140 illustrated by Sarah Fox-Davis
Early Years published by Walker Books Ltd
Available from:  Amazon.co.uk
* £8.79, usually dispatched within 24 hours.
Karen King's humble opinion
9/10 Very good. I am pleased with this.
What's it about?
A picture book story about Mummy Bear and her three babies.
What happens?
Mummy Bear comes out to play with her three babies and finds three snow-covered bears instead. The snow bears offer to play with Mummy Bear and they love to play the same games as her three baby bears. Then the snow bears grow cold and Mummy Bear takes them home to warm up. But where are her baby bears?
Is it easy to read?
A lovely, gentle story told in Martin Waddell's usual appealing style with superb illustrations. Young children will love to hear this story again and again and adults will enjoy reading it to them.
Anything else?
Martin Waddell has written numerous best-selling picture books including the well-known Can't you Sleep, Little Bear? He also writes fiction for older children.
Other books by Martin Waddell include A Kitten Called Moonlight, Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?, Mimi And The Blackberry Pies, Mimi And The Picnic, Once There Were Giants, Rosie's Babies, The Big Big Sea, The Pig in the Pond, Tom Rabbit, What Use is a Moose?.
Who says so?
This review by Karen King.
The publisher reckons...
When Mummy Bear comes out to play with her baby bears, she finds three small snow bears instead. They don't look like her baby bears – but they love to play just the same games!
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