The Bear Went Over the Mountainby Iza Trapani
bestselling author and illustrator Iza Trapani brings to life the seasonal activities of one cuddly bear. The bear
The bear went over the mountain, to see what he could see, hear what he could hear, smell what he could smell, touch what he could touch, and taste what he could taste; what a busy bear! In this beautiful retelling of a classic children’s song,
bestselling author and illustrator Iza Trapani brings to life the seasonal activities of one cuddly bear. The bear sets out at the beginning of spring and finds fun around every corner, such as watching bunnies hop and smelling flowers. When the bear finds something unpleasant, like a smelly skunk or a prickly porcupine, he learns that the five senses have both good and bad traits. But that is all right, because there is always something just as exciting to try next!
The Bear Went Over the Mountain teaches children about the five senses and the four seasons, all through a timeless song. It is so much fun, kids will want to go exploring too, just like the bear!
- Sky Pony Press
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- 8.40(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)
- Age Range:
- 5 - 8 Years
Meet the Author
IZA TRAPANI is a world-renowned children’s author and illustrator. Born in Poland, she now lives on a farm with her husband, Rob. Her work has won prestigious awards such as the American Bookseller Pick of the Lists, and has been featured on PBS Storytime and at the White House Easter Egg Roll. She also received the Rip Van Winkle Award, presented by the School Library Media Specialists of Southeastern NY,
for her contribution to children’s literature. Her bestselling book, The Itsy-Bitsy Spider, has sold over one million copies. She lives near Woodstock,
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Fantastic Illustrations and incredible narration and singing!
Delightful illustrations tell the story of a bear living in the mountains during the four seasons of the year.
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