Where Do Bears Sleep?

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Where do bears sleep?

For toddlers who are comforted by routine, this gentle story about animals going to sleep is a satisfying addition to the bedtime ritual.Each animal has its own ritual as it settles down to sleep each night. This gentle, rhythmic poem, will become a satisfying addition to every child's bedtime routine.

Each animal has its own ritual as it settles down to sleep each night. This gentle, ...

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Overview

Where do bears sleep?

For toddlers who are comforted by routine, this gentle story about animals going to sleep is a satisfying addition to the bedtime ritual.Each animal has its own ritual as it settles down to sleep each night. This gentle, rhythmic poem, will become a satisfying addition to every child's bedtime routine.

Each animal has its own ritual as it settles down to sleep each night. This gentle, rhythmic poem, will become a satisfying addition to every child's bedtime routine.

Describes, in rhymed text and illustrations, the different places in which various animals sleep.

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Children's Literature - Meredith Kiger
This clever little book reviews, in rhyming verse, the sleeping habits of a number of familiar animals and birds, both wild and the barnyard variety. The ending features a young child all tucked in for a good night kiss. The drawings of all those cozy critters and the sing song text are bound to lull most any child into dreamland, which is really the purpose.
School Library Journal
PreSA newly illustrated version of a 1970 title. While this bedtime story opens in a fairly humdrum manner with a pat, predictable rhyme, the rhyming scheme quickly changes and continues to expand as readers ponder the growing repertoire of animals and their sleeping places. Predictably, a child is described at the end, but the text is so soothing and complete that any sense of "I've seen this before" is forgiven. The illustrations add considerably to the success of this title. Each focused watercolor emanates serenity and warmth. Most pictures are presented in cozy circles with the outer edges gently fading to white. They bring the poem full circle by showing the bear and her cub nestled lovingly together on the last page. These features combine with a handwritten text printed in soft blue to provide toddlers with a reassuring listening experience.Martha Topol, Traverse Area District Library, Traverse City, MI
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780694010370
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/28/1998
  • Series: Growing Tree Series
  • Pages: 24
  • Age range: 3 - 4 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.84 (w) x 8.77 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Author Bio Barbara Shook Hazen has written more than eighty books for children. Her most recent titles include, Where Do Bears Sleep?, illustrated by Mary Morgan Van Royen; Digby, illustrated by Barbara J. Phillips-Duke; and The Knight Who Was Afraid of the Dark, illustrated by Tony Ross. She lives in Massachusetts and New York City.

Illustrator BioJane Manning is the illustrator of My First Songs, This Little Piggy, and the HarperTrophy Black Cat Club series. She lives in Deep River, CT.

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