The Boy and the Bear
When a lonely little boy receives an invitation to play written on a paper boat, it seems that he has found the best friend he’s been longing for – at last!
But Bear isn’t quite the playmate the boy had imagined. If only he knew how to play games properly! But when Bear starts to build a treehouse, the boy is intrigued and a magical summer begins.
As autumn passes and the first winter snowflakes start to fall, the boy is left alone, and only then does he truly realise what he has lost . . . Until at last spring comes again and the friends are joyfully reunited with a very special hug!
Author Tracey Corderoy
Illustrator Sarah Massini
Hardcover: 32 pages
Age Range: 3 - 6 years
Publisher: Nosy Crow (6th September 2018)
Product Dimensions: 250 x 290 mm
Red Reading Hub – Jill Bennett's Reviews of Children's Books
Tracey’s enchanting tale of the joys of establishing and maintaining a special friendship is illustrated in Sarah’s equally enchanting spreads that show how the friendship develops across the seasons.
A lovely book to be shared over and over.