Biscuit Bear

Publisher: Random House

Review

In a baking session with his mum, Horace makes Biscuit Bear, but he has to wait until the following day to eat him. During the night, the lonely bear decides to make some friends of his own and so the adventures start …

Shortlisted for the Nestle Smarties Book Prize (age 5 and under category), this is an original and amusing story, with quirky graphics and bold, imaginative illustrations (including winsome details, such as biscuit-covered wallpaper and bedclothes), that will have immense appeal for both children and adults.

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