Carl Norac Big Bear, Little Brother

ISBN 13: 9780230016842

Big Bear, Little Brother

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9780230016842: Big Bear, Little Brother

Shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal, the story of an extraordinary friendship between a lost little boy and a solitary polar bear On the ice, the wind is blowing gently and Big Bear has paused his journey, taking a moment to dream. Suddenly the stillness is broken with a cry as a child tumbles down an icy cliff, and Big Bear catches him. Together they talk, play in the snow, and protect each other when danger arrives .This delicately woven tale is accompanied by beautiful, evocative illustrations.

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About the Author:

Carl Norac is a prize-winning poet and children's author whose acclaimed books have been translated into 39 languages. His titles include I Love to Cuddle, I Love You So Much, and My Daddy Is a Giant. Kristin Oftedal is a freelance illustrator whose clients have included Oxford University Press and Vogue Girl Korea. This is her first picture book.

From School Library Journal:

K-Gr 3-Pausing on the harsh ice, a solitary polar bear hears a cry, looks up, and catches the child who tumbles from the cliff above him into his huge paws. Minik trustingly follows Big Bear, who protects him like a big brother. Their friendship grows in a series of vignettes done in pencil lines that convey their feelings and their fluid movements across the snow. In the raging wind and intense cold of a sudden storm, Big Bear protects Little Brother, drawing him close to keep him warm. When the boy's father approaches on his sled, Little Brother protects the bear, telling his dad how Big Bear saved his life. This reciprocity mirrors the boy's relationship with the bear. The storm ends as quickly as it began, and they must part. Both know they will never forget each other. The stunning artwork evokes the great strength, grandeur, and gentleness of the bear and the cold and loneliness of the snowy landscape. This winter tale is a solid choice for storytimes, and young readers will be drawn to the unusual friendship.-Mary Jean Smith, formerly at Southside Elementary School, Lebanon, TNα(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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