Eat Your Dinner! by Virginia Miller


Eat Your Dinner! by Virginia Miller

Bartholomew the bear has lots to learn about table manners in this amusing picture book about toddlerhood.Dinner is ready. Will Bartholomew sit up at the lable and eat it? Nah, he says. But George has a plan to make him change his mind...Ideal for teaching children about mealtime manners, this lively story about the adorable Bartholomew bear will be enjoyed by very young children.


Delightfully drawn figures of the bears... infants will recognize themselves in Bartholomew, The School Librarian

About the Author

Virginia Miller's first children's book, Squeak-a-lot (9780744530476) written by Martin Waddell, was runner-up for the 1991 Mother Goose Award. She has since illustrated Sailor Bear (9781844288106). Small Bear Losl, Kate's Giants and Say Please! and several other stories about the bears Bartholomew and George, as well as a novelty book, Where is Little Black Kitten (9780744588286). She lives in Bradford-on-Avon.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 1+


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Publication date

3rd March 2008



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