Go To Sleep, Little Bear by Jan Mogensen
  

Synopsis

Go To Sleep, Little Bear by Jan Mogensen

How many ways can a Little Bear find to avoid settling down for his long winter sleep? Lots! But if he goes to sleep late, will Mother Bear be able to wake him up when Spring comes? Children will enjoy Little Bear's antics in the snow while parents will recognise some of his tricks.

Reviews

'Gemma enjoyed reading it and loved the pictures. She thought that the little bear was really cheeky. A good night-time read.'

, Education Otherwise, October 2005 'This is a story for children who just won't go to bed on time. This is a charming book with beautiful, soft focus illustrations. My seven-year-old was able to read it for herself, but it would be suitable for reading aloud to any child aged three and over.

.familiesonline.co.uk), Autumn 2005 'This is a story that both parents and children will identify with. It is beautifully illustrated by an award-winning artist whose paintings capture both the mood of the story and the characteristics of brown bears.

'A fun, playful tale that is complemented with large watercolour-style illustrations.'

'This is a lovely story which is beautifully illustrated.' --Creative Steps, Nov/Dec 2006'

About the Author

Jan Mogensen was born in Denmark in 1945. He has illustrated over thirty children's books and won several international awards for his work.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 8

Author

Jan Mogensen
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Publisher

Floris Books

Publication date

22nd September 2005

ISBN

9780863154904


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