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Start by marking Bella Gets Her Skates On as Want to Read . This is such a sweet book! It's all about Bella and her older siblings as they are invited by their Daddy to go skating - but little Bella is feeling nervous.

Start by marking Bella Gets Her Skates On as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The message is all about confidence boosting for the target audience, about trying something new and getting along with your siblings - what more can you ask for? I particularly liked the fact there was no mummy bunny involved in the story: it was nice to see a book where the children are spending quality time with their daddy!

But little Bella is nervous. In this story Bella overcomes her fears on a snowy day and learns to sledge and that she is actually a better skater than her brother and sister, essentially it is all about giving things a go so a useful read for children disinclined to try anything new. The illustrations are sweet, perhapa a little bit too twee for my own taste but I imagine they'd be adored by girls from 2+.

Bella Gets Her Skates On. Title: Bella Gets Her Skates On. Condition: Used; Good.

Whybrow exhibits a keen understanding of a little one's misgivings, as Bella nervously wonders what could go wrong. Reeve's illustrations, rendered in a medley of muted hues and softly blurred lines, further convey the winsome tenderness of the tale. Whybrow's adept and compassionate approach to resolving Bella's situation is bound to encourage fellow kindred spirits.

But little Bella is nervous. What if she falls over and everyone laughs at her? Gently encouraged by the others, Bella gains confidence and steps out onto the ice - and discovers that she loves skating! Author Biography. Rosie has previously collaborated with Ian Whybrow on HEY, I LOVE YOU! (978-1-4050-1922-4)

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This is where Bella Gets Her Skates On comes in. Bella is a little bunny who worries. With a big brother and big sister who seem fearless and good at everything, Bella often feels left behind. Recently Viewed and Featured. Professional Healthy Cooking.

  • This book is great for kids that tend to worry a lot. Halfway through the book, my daughter "got" why I was reading it to her and she asked if I wrote it and she was Bella. Now when my daughter worries, I just have to mention Bella and she starts telling the story back to me - it really is a good way for little kids who worry to learn coping skills.

  • Wow. My preschooler couldn't get enough of this book. It helps that the character's name is also Bella. She LOVES this book. It helped her to develop the confidence to get her own skates on--and take off like a champ.

  • Love the book. Arrived fast. Thanks.

  • There is a moment in every child's life when they think something to the effect of "I just can't do that." For some kids, this is a fleeting feeling; others get stuck by the thought almost constantly. This is where Bella Gets Her Skates On comes in.

    Bella is a little bunny who worries. With a big brother and big sister who seem fearless and good at everything, Bella often feels left behind. When her family decides to go skating one frosty winter morning, Bella worries that her little legs won't allow her to keep up. Her Daddy decides that the best way to convince her to go skating is to start small. After doing all sorts of fun games that show Bella she can keep up with anyone in her family, they end up at the lake. Will Bella be able to lace up her skates and give the ice a try?

    Bella Gets Her Skates On is a beautiful way to show children that trying something new can be fun and exciting. It illustrates a great family relationship, the trials that come along with being the youngest child, playing and learning together, and the importance of encouragement from a parent. It leaves the reader with an upbeat and heartwarming message that a child will carry with them long after the book has been closed.

    Armchair Interviews says: With a great message, entertaining story, and beautiful artwork, Bella is a great addition to any child's library.

  • I really enjoyed this story! The pictures are soft and pretty, and the story, about a little bunny who goes from being timid and afraid to try new things to being willing to believe in herself and skate, is a nice story for a small child.

  • Bella is a little rabbit who always hesitates to do new things because she's not very confident. Her Daddy has a habit of giving his kids cute little nicknames, and she's been designated "Little Baby Not-Sure." She worries a lot and responds to ideas to do new things by saying "I'm not sure." And now her father is talking her and her older brother and sister out to go ice-skating. She's very worried -- "What if she looked silly and everyone laughed at her?" Bella, however, learns that sometimes she just needs to trust her talent.

    Ian Whybrow and new illustrator Rosie Reeve have teamed up for a great picture book. Ian Whybrow (the hit author of the "Harry and His Dinsoaurs" books, etc.) provides the story, and Reeve provides the lively, but pleasantly soft and colorful illustrations. Sure to be a great tale for winter or any time. Cute rabbits and fun story.