We’re Going on a Bear Hunt (Classic Board Books)

August 27, 2017 - Comment

Now the very youngest readers can join in the fun with this Classic Board Book™ edition of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt. Full of delightful comedy and high drama, this tale of a brave family’s joyous romp through sweeping landscapes is sure to win new fans.”We’re going on a bear hunt. / We’re going

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Now the very youngest readers can join in the fun with this Classic Board Book™ edition of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt. Full of delightful comedy and high drama, this tale of a brave family’s joyous romp through sweeping landscapes is sure to win new fans.”We’re going on a bear hunt. / We’re going to catch a big one. / What a beautiful day! / We’re not scared.” So begins Michael Rosen’s award-winning read-aloud romp We’re Going on a Bear Hunt. In this lovely boxed gift edition illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, a small paperback version of the book is packaged with the softest, most fabulous little brown bear we’ve ever seen. Reenacting “Splash splosh! Splash splosh! Splash splosh!” across the river is much more fun with an actual bear on hand. (Ages 4 and older)

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EConnor says:

Going on an Adventure Book My son could listen to this story all day. “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” does just that, takes the reader on an adventure they’ll never forget. Children love the obstacles the characters run into on their way to finding a bear. Each page has beautifully illustrated pictures with breezy colors. It’s good for young children who are learning to talk, as well as, those who are learning to read. The story uses repetitive language which is wonderful for young readers and children who are…

Amazon Customer says:

Sweet engaging book with colorful pictures and sweet family times together. My Dad and younger brother were in a group called The Indian Guides (sort of like cub scouts) and they would sit cross-legged in a circle and say this “story” while slapping their thighs, clapping their hands, and clicking their finger/thumbs. There was a rhythm to it, Dad’s would say, “Goin on a Bear Hunt,” Kids would “echo” what Dad just said. It ended differently than the book with Dads saying something like, UHOH! Here comes the bear!! and the Dad’s would all go…

QueenB says:

Bear Hunt Book My two year old granddaughter loves this book. Years ago I used to take my “little” brothers on a Bear Hunt. Until recently I did not know there was a book with the title and story. Great investment.

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