Little Bear and the Wishing Tree by Norbert Landa, Simon Mendez
  

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Little Bear and the Wishing Tree by Norbert Landa, Simon Mendez

Bertie Bear is spending the night high in the branches of his favourite tree. However, he soon finds out that it is no ordinary tree. When he's hungry, pancakes appear and when he's cold, there's a blanket to snuggle in. Could the tree be magic?

About the Author

Norbert Landa was born in Austria and has worked as a journalist, songwriter and playwright. In 1980 he began writing books for children and has now had over 120 published. He is also the publisher of Germany's leading educational children's magazine. Norbert lives with his wife in Germany. Simon Mendez was born in York and took a General Art and Design course at York Technical College, then studied Scientific and Natural History Illustration at Fylde College in Blackpool. He now paints many different subjects but mainly concentrates on portraits and animal subjects. Simon enjoys reading, watching movies, photography and walking in the countryside.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: 4-7 years

Author

Norbert Landa, Simon Mendez
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

7th May 2007

ISBN

9781845064624


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