Baby Bear, Little Bear and Young Bear are scared of the storm, so one by one they climb into bed with their dad. But when there's a rat-tat-tat at the door and the lights go out, Daddy Bear is not quite as brave as he seems.
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Paul Bright started writing stories for his own children when they were young and he kept on writing even when they left home! He is originally from Hertfordshire but currently lives with his wife in Tarragona in North East Spain. He has written several books for Little Tiger Press. Jane Chapman has been illustrating for Little Tiger Press for over ten years and has produced many best-selling and award-winning titles. She shares a studio at her home in Dorset with her husband, illustrator Tim Warnes. They have two young sons.Review:
It seems that all the little bears in this family are "scaredy-bears" when it comes to thunderstorms. While Bear and Mrs. Bear try to sleep on a stormy night, one by one, Baby Bear, Little Bear and Young Bear creep into their bed, convinced the storm's howls and bangs are monsters. "There's no such thing as monsters!" Bear tries to convince them unsuccessfully. After being awakened three times, it's Bear's turn not to be able to sleep, and he ends up getting spooked by the storm as well. Bear gets a taste of his own medicine when the small bears laugh at him and tell him there's no such thing as monsters. Though not particularly striking in any way, it's still a mildly amusing if predictable story about a classic issue. Human "scaredy-bears" will enjoy the humorous turn and probably find comfort in the repetition and Chapman's trademark cuddly illustrations. (Picture book. 3-6) (Kirkus Reviews)
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Descripción Little Tiger Press, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Jane Chapman Ilustrador. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1845067649
Descripción Little Tiger Press, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111845067649