Good Job, Little Bearby Barbara Firth
While exploring in the forest with Big Bear, Little Bear sets out all by himself to find a rock to climb and an old bendy tree to bounce on. Every step of the way, Big Bear is there to praise him for a job well done. But when Little Bear tries to cross a stream - "the best hopper there is!" - he finds himself in trouble, until Big Bear steps in once again to lend a reassuring hand.
Meet the Author
Martin Waddell says, "A picture book story is a script of performance to a very personally involved audience tha twants to stop, ask questions, look, and point things out."
Barbara Firth says, "I have always been biased toward illustrating natural history, so it was a joy to be able to draw pages and pages of bears." She set this story in autumn, "It is my favorite time of year, and the bears' too, I think."
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