Bear and Hare: Where's Bear?
Written by Emily Gravett
Part of the Bear and Hare Series
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Bear and Hare are playing hide and seek, but Bear really isn’t very good at it – perhaps he’s just too big for hiding? Hare on the other hand is too good, and Bear can’t find him anywhere, so he decides he’ll tuck himself into bed for a snooze – it turns out to be a brilliant hiding place. Emily Gravett packs a proper story into this delightful board book, filling it with humour born out of Bear and Hare’s cleverly represented individual personalities. As ever, her illustrations are lively and dynamic, and her subjects beautifully observed. ~ Andrea Reece
Bear and Hare: Where's Bear? by Emily Gravett
Bear and Hare are back in their third adventure, and this time they're playing hide-and-seek. Hare is VERY good at closing his eyes and counting to 10. The problem is, Bear is NOT very good at hiding. Not very good at all. When you're as big as Bear squeezing yourself behind a lamp stand is not easy, and trying to disappear behind a glass fish tank is simply not going to work. But all of a sudden Bear is...gone! Wherever could he be?
Praise for Emily Gravett:
'One of our most inventive and surprise-full creators of picture books' - Michael Rosen
'She has the intuitive grasp of timing, expression and anticipation which marks out the exceptional from the mediocre' - Sunday Telegraph
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