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A 3-D panorama with press-out bears and a miniature book of the classic Smarties Book Prize Winner, "Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?", the story of ...Show synopsisA 3-D panorama with press-out bears and a miniature book of the classic Smarties Book Prize Winner, "Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?", the story of Little Bear who's scared of the dark and Big Bear who looks after him. In this pack there is a 3-D panorama of the bear cave and an outdoor moonlit scene, plus five Little Bear and Big Bear press-out figures to play with and a miniature paperback edition of the book itself. Martin Waddell and Barbara Firth have collaborated on five children's books: "Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?" (winner of the Smarties Book Prize and the Kate Greenaway Medal, "Let's Go Home, Little Bear", "The Park in the Dark" (winner of the Kurt Maschler Award), "We Love Them" and "Sam Vole and his Brothers". Martin Waddell, who also writes under the pseudonym Catherine Sefton, has won a Smarties Book Prize for "Farmer Duck", and the Best Book for Babies Award for "Rosie's Babies". Barbara Firth's other titles include "A Song for Little Toad", "Wag Wag Wag" and "Bears in the Forest".Hide synopsis
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