Baby Bear and the cousins are so excited they shake and poke and sniff all the presents under the tree. But suddenly Baby Bear realizes - Grandbear doesn't have a present! With a bit of snow and some mistletoe 'berries' that twinkle like the star on the Christmas tree, Baby Bear creates a special snowberry snow bear for Grandbear.
It's Christmas Day and all the family have come to visit. Baby Bear and the cousins are so excited they shake and poke and sniff all the presents under the tree. But suddenly Baby Bear realizes - Grandbear doesn't have a present! With a bit of snow and some mistletoe 'berries' that twinkle like the star on the Christmas tree, Baby Bear creates a special snowberry snow bear for Grandbear. But he soon discovers that a Christmas kiss for Grandbear is worth far more than any present! With simple, poignant details, Prater captures all the joy and warmth of family at Christmas time.
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"An affectionate generational tale told with added glow for Christmas" * Junior * "Charmingly describes a human Christmas but as performed by bears" * Observer * "A gentle story . . . Great movement in the pictures and lots of details to pour over" * Carousel * "Combines a lively text with amusing illustrations" * The Spectator * "A charming Christmas story for the very young, beautifully illustrated . . . The joys of Christmas are portrayed through pictures filled with movement and soft colours and capture warmth" * Bournemouth Daily Echo *
About John Prater
John Prater studied art in Portsmouth and Brighton and worked as a teacher for many years before turning his attention to children's books. His first book, On Friday Something Funny Happened, was shortlisted for the Mother Goose Award in 1982. Prater first got the idea for Baby Bear when he became a granddad. This is the ninth Baby Bear book that he has written and illustrated. John Prater lives in Horndean, Hampshire.
Baby Bear's Christmas Kiss by John Prater
Used - Very Good
Random House Children's Publishers UK
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