Part of the "Minimac" series for the very youngest child, this is a book about a little bear that walks through the pages, pencil in hand, drawing in objects for all the animals he meets to play with.
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Anthony Browne has won many prizes for his work, including the Kate Greenaway Medal for Gorilla and the Hans Christian Andersen Award for his services to children's literature - the first British illustrator to win the prize since 1956. In his role as the Children's Laureate he inspired children of all ages to play the shape game! Anthony has written over 40 books and lives in Canterbury, Kent.From Booklist:
When a little bear goes for a walk, he meets a number of animals who look downright cranky, even threatening. But in this reissue of one of Browne’s earlier works, Bear, pencil in hand, can handle anything. Readers first see Bear walking near trees, grass, and flowers, all depicted in bold, bright watercolor-and-ink illustrations. Looking closely, they will see bright-yellow eyes peering from the dim background. In the next spread, Bear meets Gorilla. He politely says hello on the verso and begins drawing something for Gorilla on the recto. Can youngsters guess what it will be? The page turn reveals a satisfied gorilla clutching a . . . stuffed bear. Bear’s slightly surreal journey is perfectly paced and just right for the most imaginative tots. As Bear continues, he meets Crocodile, Lion, and Elephant before coming to a wall, which he neatly takes care of, too, by drawing a bear-sized hole and stepping through. Although the book closes with Bear saying bye-bye, children will happily imagine further adventures. Preschool-Grade 1. --Jeanne McDermott
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Descripción Paperback. Estado de conservación: Good. The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. Nº de ref. de la librería GOR002174604