Can You See a Little Bear?

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Publisher: Frances Lincoln

Little Bear journeys through an astonishing collection of magical settings, and meets many exotic animals as he drifts off to sleep. The text is a series of rhyming statements and questions which draw the child's attention into the pictures, and encourage them to search for the creatures and objects mentioned, and also to discover the wealth of other images within each beautiful illustration.

Sumptuous detail of a fantastic medieval world crammed with amazing people, animals, buildings and objects fills every spread and contains endless additional information, providing great opportunities for bedtime sharing between carer and child. This exceptional book can be accessed at many different levels, its simple, repetitive words encouraging careful observation and its magical illustrations stimulating limitless imaginative response.

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