Item description for Let's Go Home, Little Bear by Martin Waddell & Barbara Firth...
Overview Big Bear and Little Bear are returning home from a wonderful romp through the snowy woods, when a noise startles Little Bear. Plod, plod, plod--suddenly the woods are alive with unseen Plodders and Drippers and Ploppers. Poor Little Bear is very scared. But Big Bear is beside him with comforting explanations and a piggyback ride to bring him safely home.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.08" Width: 8.27" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 1995
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 1564024474 ISBN13 9781564024473 UPC 732483004472
Availability 0 units.
More About Martin Waddell & Barbara Firth
Martin Waddell wanted OWL BABIES to capture the "strong emotion of 'I want my mommy!' " that is so familiar to children. Martin Waddell is the author of more than one hundred books for young readers. Patrick Benson enlarged his technique of cross-hatching for the illustrations of OWL BABIES so that it would have "a more graphic image rather like a woodcut." Patrick Benson is also the illustrator of THE LITTLE BOAT by Kathy Henderson and LET THE LYNX COME IN by Jonathan London."
Martin Waddell currently resides in County Down.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Let's Go Home, Little Bear?
Still a great book Oct 23, 2007
I read this book to my daughters when they were younger. They are in college now and still recall our reading of this book as one of their favorite childhood memories. What more can a daddy ask of a book?
Reliable Eye Closer Jul 8, 2005
When my little one was even littler, Let's Go Home, Little Bear was the one sure-fire put-to-sleeper on her bookshelf. The gentle, soothing rhythm of the text combined with soft illustrations to slowly, slowly, slowly drop the eyelids. By the time Little Bear got all snuggly back at home, my own little bear was inevitably down for the evening.
There's not much of a plot, but this story relays a powerful message of the grown up providing a protecting and caring environment. Now that my friends are raising their own little bears, this is one book I make certain I give them. And my now-10-years-old bear has made it a permanent part of her babysitting kit.
You cannot go wrong with this book. Oct 24, 2001
This is a cute story about Big Bear and Little Bear. As they are heading home from a walk in the snow, Little Bear becomes concerned that he has heard "plodders", "drippers" and "ploppers". Big Bear points out the source of these noises, and eases Little Bear's mind. This book is cute, funny, comforting, and an easy read. It is a good bedtime length (not too long) book. I think Martin Waddell is a fantastic children's book writer, and I highly recommend this book for children up to 8 or 9.
Excellent Mar 9, 2000
My two year old really loves this book! We snuggle up to read this and my two yr old, holds tighter and tighter as the book progresses. The content is exciting, the illustrations are great-what more is needed? Great story!