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by Joanna Harrison

ePub Dear Bear download
Author:
Joanna Harrison
ISBN13:
978-0613247962
ISBN:
0613247965
Language:
Publisher:
San Val (October 1995)
Category:
Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1185 kb
Fb2 file:
1255 kb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
215

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Katie is afraid of the bear that lives under the stairs in her house, until they exchange letters and she finally gets to meet him.

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Author:Harrison, Joanna. Dear Bear (Picture Lions). Katie can't stop thinking about the bear under that stairs. She knows he's just waiting there to pounce on her, but what can she do to make him go away?. Dear Bear by Joanna Harrison (Paperback, 1994). Pre-owned: lowest price.

When Katie writes a letter to the bear she knows is living underneath the stairs, a surprising thing occurs. He writes back to say that he is taking a vacation and will be gone for a few days No one is more astonished than Katie to discover that she misses him while he's gone.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Dear Bear by Joanna Harrison (Paperback, 1994) at. .Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition.

Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages.

Katie and the bear who lives under the stairs at her house start a correspondence. From the beginning, it's clear that newcomer Harrison's bear is a harmless figment. Katie might just as well have had this correspondence with her parrot. Fiction/Picture book. At first, Katie just tells him to shove off. But after the bear takes a brief vacation, Katie misses the brute, and when he writes that he has been ill, she prepares a hot-water bottle for him. Finally, the two come face to face (at Mom's connivance) for a tea party.

When Katie writes a letter to the bear she knows is living underneath the stairs, a surprising thing occurs

When Katie writes a letter to the bear she knows is living underneath the stairs, a surprising thing occurs. He writes back to say that he is taking a vacation and will be gone for a few days! No one is more astonished than Katie to discover that she misses him while he's gone.

Joanna also teaches animation at a school in Abingdon

Little sisters can be hard work! This charming picture book tells the story of a boy who struggles to keep an eye on his fearless little sister. Joanna also teaches animation at a school in Abingdon. Grizzly Dad is her fist picture book for David Fickling Books.

  • I'm so glad Amazon carries it; we've checked it out several times from the library and my twins love it every time. My two year-old daughter makes me read it over and over and over again at one sitting. Clever story and lovely illustrations.

  • Very heartwarming tale. Both of my daughters enjoyed this book and I have read it to them countless times. Now I can share it with another family. A fabulous gift.

  • This is a cute and delightful book. My daughter brought a copy home from the library one day. I read this to her. She and I liked the book so much that I bought a copy to keep for our personal library. It has cute illustrations and a very sweet story.

  • Such a sweet book - my son and niece ask to read it again and again.

  • Love this resource when teaching about letter writing

  • This is a cute book about a girl dealing with her fear. Mom "plays" along to help her daughter overcome her fear.

  • A little girl is convinced that a terrifying dangerous bear lives under the stairs in her home. Her parents deal with her fear in a very creative way: they suggest that she write a letter to the bear asking him to go away. What develops is a friendship written back and forth through letters from the "bear" to the girl and vice versa. My favorite page is the last page! The bear writes the girl a last letter and invites her to tea under the stairs. The little girl is nervous, but gets all dressed up and goes. She walks into the little cubby underneath the stairwell and discovers a really cute teddy bear set up by a tea set and another note asking to come live with her (he's tired of living under the stairs). So very cute and a very creative way of helping a child conquer her fears.

  • I teach first grade and used this book for a week's lesson in language arts. The students loved the book and enjoyed the ending thoroughly. The book shows kids how fun writing letters can be and how important it is to communicate their thoughts through writing.

    "Dear Bear" is a delightful book that I enjoyed just as much as my first graders did.