Big Bear has things to do but Little Bear wants to play. Little Bear helps Big Bear fetch wood and water then plays by himself. Both bears have enough time for a game of hide and seek before going back to their cave after a lovely day out.Big Bear has things to do but Little Bear wants to play. Little Bear helps Big Bear fetch wood and water then plays by himself. Both bears have enough time for a game of hide and seek before going back to their cave after a lovely day out.Read Less
Barbara Wirth (Illustrator) New-Collectible in New jacket. BRAND NEW & COLLECTIBLE. First Edition, First Printing. Delightful story of work and play, and how playing together is best of all. Litte Bear wants to play but Big Bear has chores to do first. Little Bear patiently plays alone while Big Bear works---but, work done, Big Bear falls asleep! ! ! The energetic youngster wakes the weary adult and coaxes him into a round of bear games. Sweetly realistic story captures the magic of an unremarkable yet typical day in a preschooler's life. Muted watercolors and pencil drawings depict forest life and symbolizes the make up of our human lives. This story from Irish-American Martin Waddell (1941-) follows award winning Can't You Sleep, Little Bear? (1992) and Let's Go Home, Little Bear (1993).
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