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Little Bear is keen to know all the ways in which Mummy Bear loves him. Gently, Mummy Bear reminds him of all the things that have done in the day that reflect the love they share. Protecting Baby Bear from a frightening storm and helping Baby Bear find nuts, berries and honey for a delicious supper are just some of the ways in which Mummy Bear shows her love all day and every day!
At the end of a golden day, Little Bear's mummy tucked him up. But when she bent down to give him a goodnight kiss on his little bear nose, he looked up sadly and said, Mummy, I don't think I've had any love today. Little Bear's mummy hugged him tightly. Oh my poor little bear! she said. I'm sure I've given you lots of love today! But I don't remember any of it, said Little Bear. Then let's remember together, said Mummy...
A heart-warming tale made even more eye-catching with spectacular foil on every spread and a tactile padded cover.
Packed with painterly detail and adorable characters by Rebecca Harry, this is destined to become a firm family favourite that will warm the hearts of readers young and old.
|Publication date:||9th January 2015|
|Publisher:||Nosy Crow Ltd|
|Format:||Mixed media product|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers|
David Bedford was born in Devon, in the south-west of England, in 1969. After school, David went to university and became a scientist. His first job was as a NATO Scholar scientist in America, where he worked on discovering new antibiotics. David has always loved to read and decided to start writing stories himself. After a while, he left his science job and began writing full time. He has now had over 15 books published, which have been translated into many languages around the world.More About David Bedford
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