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Good Night, Little Bear

Good Night Little Bear First a story and then a kiss from Mother Bear and Father Bear carries Little Bear to bed And that s when the fun begins Father Bear gets to Little Bear s room but Little Bear is missing Little rea

  • Title: Good Night, Little Bear
  • Author: Patricia M. Scarry Richard Scarry
  • ISBN: 9780307986245
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Hardcover
  • First a story, and then a kiss from Mother Bear, and Father Bear carries Little Bear to bed And that s when the fun begins Father Bear gets to Little Bear s room, but Little Bear is missing Little readers will see him hiding in the MOST obvious place but Father Bear cannot seem to find him Is he under the stove Is he in the garden Is he in the woodbox Only when FathFirst a story, and then a kiss from Mother Bear, and Father Bear carries Little Bear to bed And that s when the fun begins Father Bear gets to Little Bear s room, but Little Bear is missing Little readers will see him hiding in the MOST obvious place but Father Bear cannot seem to find him Is he under the stove Is he in the garden Is he in the woodbox Only when Father Bear walks past the mirror does the silliness end, and in a very tasty way With this, one of the most charming bedtime tales ever, Richard Scarry has once again proven his timeless appeal.

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    1. I love this book first and foremost for its beautiful and slightly irreverent illustrations. The front page story of the newspaper Father Bear is reading on the first page is "Superbeehive Opens." Father Bear is wearing his smoking jacket sitting in what is very clearly his chair w/ his bunny-slippered feet resting on a fringed ottoman, smoking a pipe and watching Smokey the Bear on television. Who wouldn't want this Daddy to put you to bed every night? You know you're in for a good time!I would [...]

    2. This is a highly captivating children's book, just right for its target audience and those a bit older.

    3. This was, hands down, my favorite bed time story to have my Dad read to me when I was a young child. I re-read it for the 2018 reading challenge ("#25, a book you loved as a child").

    4. This is an adorable bedtime story! I have fond memories of my father doing the very same thing as Father Bear (though I don't recall it ever being at night, but usually during the day). I recommend this special tale for your next bedtime read!Ages: 2 - 6**Like my reviews? I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too. These reports give a complete break-down of everything in the book, so you'll know just how clean it is or isn't. I also have Clean Guides (downloadable PDFs) which ena [...]

    5. This is a very dear bedtime book for children to enjoy before bed (or anytime of the day) The little bear is getting ready for bed with his parents. After he spends time with Mother, he gets on Father bears back for a piggy back ride to beden Father Bear pretends Little Bear is hiding. (While all the time he's on his shoulders) The story takes you on a small adventure throughout the house until Father sees Little Bear in the reflection and 'finds' him. An endearing story of parents interaction w [...]

    6. My five-year-old son spotted this Little Golden Book in a rack during a recent trip to World Market. He loves the Sendak Little Bear and Little Golden Books. This book seemed like a good choice for him. The story is cute, but it is the artwork by Richard Scarry that carries this book. The setting is reminiscent of Sendak's illustrations in the Little Bear book, and the Sendak-based drawings for the LIttle Bear series. All in all, it is a great bedtime story for kids who still have bedtime storie [...]

    7. What a sweet book! Baby bear doesn't want to go to bed, so his father plays a silly game in order to comfort and amuse him. Most books about children struggling with bedtime seem to focus on the child discovering (or even being told by an adult) that his fears were hyper-emotional or unrealistic. This book is a rare gem because it shows a parent responding tenderly, playfully, and respectfully to a child's natural reluctance to go to sleep.

    8. This book is great for children ages 0-4 years old because it is colorful and fun. When father bear takes little bear to bed, little bear hides from his father and makes his father look for him. On each page little bear is hiding in a new position until little bear tires himself out to the point of exhaustion. This picture book serves its purpose as a tool to get young children to sleep, but aside from that, I didn't find it particularly great.

    9. Meh. The art is great, and the story full of joy, but I hate to have to give disclaimers after I read picture books. No, I will not be extending your bedtime just to walk around the house with you on my shoulders AND THEN FEED YOU CHOCOLATE CAKE! Seriously? Does no one in the bear household respect oral hygiene? Or a bedtime routine that does not result in a kid on a sugar buzz?

    10. This book is not only charming, but became a bedtime ritual for my daughter and her daddy. It started out being read in her favorite blue chair every night and then grew into being acted out.her riding on his shoulders while he searched for her in all the places father bear searched for little bear.

    11. I thought this story was cute Until I imagined my kids behaving like the cub in the story! Once would be cute but when you have multiple kids who insist on being "cute" more than once Let's just say I don't want to put any ideas in their little heads :)

    12. My mom just found this to buy for my boys. This was a classic that she read to me when I was a little girl. It was so fun to read this again after all of these years. It was cool to re-remember the pictures after all of these years when I would turn the pages. Thanks, Mom!

    13. I adored this book as a child. My daughter loves it too. We have to reenact the Daddy-looking-for-kid-on-his-shoulders scene all the time.Best kids' book ever, gender stereotypes and all.

    14. A simply delightful book for a young child. Each of our children laughed as they caught on to the jist of this book, which then led to more fun going to bed.

    15. I really liked the drawings more than the actually story. Probably good for very young children. There's not a real point or moral to the story but overall good book.

    16. This was such a sweet an dear little book, and it's a great thing to read to your kids before they go to bed.

    17. One of my favorite books growing up! I most remember reading it when I visited my Godparents's house and I read it over and over and over.

    18. When my son was two we read this book every night. A simple cozy book that I never tired of. There a many clocks in the book and we used to count them.

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