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e-Book Oh Where, Oh Where (Baby Bear Books) epub download

Author: John Prater
ISBN: 0099262827
Pages: 32 pages
Publisher: Red Fox (July 5, 2001)
Language: English
Size ePUB: 1615 kb
Size Fb2: 1710 kb
Size DJVU: 1235 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Subcategory: Children

e-Book Oh Where, Oh Where (Baby Bear Books) epub download

by John Prater



Oh Where, Oh Where? (Part of the Baby Bear Series).

Oh Where, Oh Where? (Part of the Baby Bear Series). Meanwhile, Father Bear calls out, "Oh where, or where has my little bear gone?" The full-page illustrations are bright, simply drawn, humorous, and charming, and the hard-board cover and pages are sturdy enough to withstand rough treatment from baby's hands.

Baby Bear does all the funny and endearing things that little boys and girls usually do themselves Here's a big five-part picture book featuring a popular little bear who has appeared .

Baby Bear does all the funny and endearing things that little boys and girls usually do themselves Here's a big five-part picture book featuring a popular little bear who has appeared in previously published books from Barron's. Moms and dads will be delighted with this collection of Baby Bear poems, nursery rhymes, and songs that are perfect for toddlers' bedtime reading. Baby Bear does all the funny and endearing things that little boys and girls usually do themselves when they're with parents and grandparents. Oh where, oh where has my little bear gone? Oh where, oh where can he be? With his soft little paws, and big wet nose, Oh where, oh where is he?

Baby Bear is back in this cozy, seek-and-find companion to the celebrated Baby Bear Sees Blue and Baby Bear Counts On. hen Mama and Baby Bear go out to look for food one night, curious Baby Bear wants to wander and explore. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Originally published: London : Bodley Head, 1997. Oh where, oh where, is that dear little bear?

Originally published: London : Bodley Head, 1997.

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Again, Oh Where, Oh Where Board Book, Walking Round the Garden Board Book and a Baby Bear Lift-the-Flap Book. John continues to work full time as an illustrator and lives with his family near Southampton. Perfect mini picture books to collect and to treasure. Once is never enough for Baby Bear when it's playtime with Grandbear.

The Big Baby Bear Book By JOHN PRATER. Hold Tight (Baby Bear Books) By John Prater.

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Baby Bear is back in this cozy, seek-and-find companion to the celebrated Baby Bear Sees Blue and Baby Bear Counts On. . World of Reading Doc McStuffins: Caught Blue-Handed. Sheila Sweeny Higginson. 5,07 €. Special Agent Oso: Redfinger.

Little bear and big bear play hide and seek before bedtime. Like many young children, little bear believes that once his head is hidden, so is the rest of him. Toddlers will love to spot the clues as he tries to hide in lots of obvious places.
Inth
If done just right, the creatively adapted nursury rhyme still makes for an enjoyable kids' book: They're familiar with the original, and delight in the audacity of someone taking liberties with it. This is the heart of "Oh Where, Oh Where," a book that plays with the rhyme/song, "O Where, O Where Can My little Dog Be."

There's an easy, good-natured quality to Daddy Bear's (or, perhaps Mommy's) feigned puzzling over where his toddler bear can be. He's right in fron of Dad's couch, then bearly (sorry, pun intended) concealed under a book, crawling around the couch's big-armed sides, and pulling a big green patchwork blanket over his (and, metaphorically, his father's) eyes. The parent bear is all smiles, completely playing along, and even gives a huge gesture of surprise when Baby Bear energes from the blanket and says "Boo!"

The ritualized game (one gets the feeling from the ease and coordination of the bear's movements that they've done this before) concludes with Daddy Bear friendly invitation, "Come over to me." The story (and the song) conclude with a light and somewhat surprising note. Seeing baby bear snuggled up in his parent's arms, we read:

"A kiss and a cuddle I need from you,
Before we have our tea."

The couch is the only setting, and the colors are pretty much the same from page to page, but author/illustrator John Prator manages to inject lots of interest in his simple peek-a-boo story. Perhaps the key is the genuine-feeling warmth that he conveys, the playful spirit, and the relative proportions of the big parent on his or her big couch, and the little bear--little, but not so small that he can't get the adult's attention and love. It's sweet without becoming precious, insipid, or cloying.

I think that you, the adult, will actually enjoy reading this board book. Prater holds the reins in just enough, but he portrays the bear's intimacy and affection in a way that most illustrators would envy. You can bet a jar of honey that "Oh Where, Oh Where..." will inspire some playful hide and seeking at your house. 22 pages of sturdy board book, comprised of 11 2-page spreads, and first published in 1997 by Bodley Head Children's Books, the United Kingdom.
Trex
I haven't met a toddler yet who does not like to play hide-and-seek. In this book, baby bear plays hide-and-seek from an adult (it could be mama or papa bear, depending on the reader) bear. The illustrations are very simple and not at all threatening or scary.
My toddler son LOVES this book. He's 22 months old now, and he's enjoyed this book almost daily for about 2 months now. He delights to see the little bear fooling (or so little bear thinks) the big bear.
Over and over again we read this book.
Bort
My toddler loves this book! She requests this charming book over and over. First I read it to her then I sing it. She giggles all the way through the book. She thinks the little bear is so clever! I enjoy the book as well; mostly I enjoy her response.