BearHare -- Where's Bear?

BearHare Where s Bear Two animal friends play a game of hide and seek in this third picture book in a charming series from Emily Gravett Bear and Hare are playing hide and seek Hare counts to ten Bear hides but Hare finds

  • Title: BearHare -- Where's Bear?
  • Author: Emily Gravett
  • ISBN: 9781481456159
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Two animal friends play a game of hide and seek in this third picture book in a charming series from Emily Gravett.Bear and Hare are playing hide and seek Hare counts to ten Bear hides, but Hare finds him quickly Again And then again But when Bear counts 1 2 3 all the way to 10 Hare hides Will Bear find Hare Will Hare find Bear Told and illustrated with Emily GravetTwo animal friends play a game of hide and seek in this third picture book in a charming series from Emily Gravett.Bear and Hare are playing hide and seek Hare counts to ten Bear hides, but Hare finds him quickly Again And then again But when Bear counts 1 2 3 all the way to 10 Hare hides Will Bear find Hare Will Hare find Bear Told and illustrated with Emily Gravett s characteristic flair, this picture book for young readers is the perfect companion for friends of all sorts.

    One thought on “BearHare -- Where's Bear?”

    1. A beautifully illustrated board book focusing on counting between one and ten. My two year old son thoroughly enjoyed this one as we pointed at each number.

    2. For the littlest - rather boring for me (even though there are lots of picture-books I adore). I do like the heavy paper - the book will last longer in toddler's hands, and be less likely to need to be replaced by the lending libraries. Not too big, lively but not too busy or over-stimulating illustrations, and an implausible but neat sort of a twist at the end.

    3. Bear's last hiding place is pretty genius. I'm totally going to try that during my next game of hide n seek.

    4. Bear and Hare play hide-and-seek. At first, Bear isn't so great at hiding, but Hare is such a good hider that they momentarily lose one another!Just the right touch of humor for toddlers.

    5. This cute installment to the Bear & Hare series will have young readers giggling as the two friends play hide and seek. Bear isn't very good at hiding, as Hare finds him right away each time. They switch and Hare is a little too good at hiding. The adorable illustrations will make this a fun read.

    6. This very clever book is a concept book as there is a lot of counting from 1-10. It has very simple vocabulary and lots of rhyming making this a reflect read aloud for a very young audience. The characters are charming and funny and the illustrations are just wonderful.

    7. Cute book for younger readers. They will love finding Bear and Hare as the story is read to them. Delightful illustrations.

    8. I really love the illustrations in this book. The animal faces are very expressive and there are lot's of opportunities for kids to guess what's coming. Bear is big and not very good at hiding, so rabbit finds him easily, becoming a little exasperated at Bear's poor attempts at hiding. When the two decide to switch and rabbit does the hiding, bear disappears, but it won't be hard for the kids to guess where he went. Perfect for a preschool storytime!

    9. I liked the sheer simplicity of the rhyming counting book. It's easy to follow along with and begs interaction from the little reader. Simple illustrations don't interfere with the simple story.

    10. I really like this one. I worry it is a little easy for my group, but there are multiple opportunities to count to ten or ask the kids what color the numbers are, etc. Funny story to boot.

    11. I think this is the first Bear and Hare book and I love it so much cause it's very sweet the way Hare misses Bear <3

    12. Pretty cute book. The kids didn't necessarily get where Bear was hiding at the end. Maybe there were a little young for it.

    13. Two animal friends play a game of hide and seek in this third picture book in a charming series from Emily Gravett.Bear and Hare are playing hide and seek! Hare counts to ten. Bear hides, but Hare finds him quickly. Again. And then again! But when Bear counts—1…2…3 all the way to 10—Hare hides. Will Bear find Hare? Will Hare find Bear?Told and illustrated with Emily Gravett’s characteristic flair, this picture book for young readers is the perfect companion for friends of all sorts.

    14. Gravett, Emily. Bear & Hare: Where’s Bear? PICTURE BOOK. Simon & Schuster, 2016. $16.99.Bear and Hare are playing hide and seek. Bear isn’t very good at hiding, so Hare takes a turn. Bear looks and looks, and finally climbs into bed after looking under a blanket. Hare can’t find Bear. He looks everywhere. He finally calls out and finds bear under the blanket. The story is simple, but the illustrations rendered in pencil, watercolor, and wax crayons, raise the book to charming. Bear [...]

    15. A fun addition to the "Bear & Hare" stories. Even the youngest readers will have fun watching Bear try to hide.

    16. Emily Gravett clearly understands the minds and the behaviors of children as demonstrated in this, the third title she's created devoted to Bear and Hare. As often happens when two friends get together, the animals decide to play hide-and-seek, but Bear is just too big to hide or not very good at doing so. When Hare spots him quickly on three different occasions, the animals decide to take turns hiding. But Hare is quite good at hiding, so good that Bear simply cannot find his friend. Naturally, [...]

    17. Bear and Hare play hide and seek. Hare is more successful at hiding, but Bear soon learns how to be an expert at hiding by observing Hare. Cute illustrations throughout as Bear and Hare play their game.Read for FSU class LIS 5564 Information needs of children

    18. This is a cute story of two friends playing hide-and-seek. Using minimal words and adorable illustrations, Emily Gravett shares a story of Hare and Bear taking turns hiding and finding each other. Bear struggles to find good hiding places, so Hare takes a turn hiding. There is a fun twist, when Bear can't find Hare, that young readers will enjoy. It lets them be "in the know" while Bear and Hare are frantically searching for each other. The ending makes you feel good and experience the love betw [...]

    19. Bear isn't so great at hiding in this continuation of the Bear & Hare picturebook adventures. After three unsuccessful attempts at hiding, it's hare's turn to try. Turns out bear isn't so great at looking either and he misses hare hiding under a blanket on the floor. Bear climbs into bed, pulling the blanket over himself and revealing hare to the readers. Then poor hare can't find bear.Kids will get a kick of these two friends failed attempts at a game of hide and seek. Counting skills are r [...]

    20. I'm looking forward to reading this in storytime. Together and separately, the text and illustrations draw the audience into a hilarious game of hide-and-seek. Bear may be bigger than hare but his actions demonstrate he's the younger of the pair. Bear hasn't quite mastered the hide part of the game. This would make an engaging flannel board. Recommended for toddler or preschool storytimeEWS2 / Supercharged Storytime skills:Phonological Awareness: bear and hare are repeated throughout the story

    21. Cute and funny picture book about playing hide and seek. Sometimes the hider has the harder hiding part as you will see when you read this book.Young children will enjoy each page as they see who is hiding where.Written and illustrated by Emily Gravett. Published by Simon & Schuster.#PB #games #childhoodfun

    22. May 2016 - a game of hide and seek that's perfect for toddlers or young preschoolers (Ben couldn't find Bear under the covers). Nice detail in the illustrations - Monkey And Me makes an appearance, and Hare has quite the chamber pot. The paper is lovely and extra thick, good for small hands.

    23. Adorably silly. It's funny for the Very Small Ones, but they'll continue to appreciate this book the older they get - which is great, 'coz that means it can be a favourite for a very long time.(Also, I kind of want a t-shirt of Hare staring at Bear as he hides behind the fishtank!)

    24. Bear and Hare are playing hide-and-seek. Bear is not so good at hiding, and, it turns out, not so good at finding, until the very end!Counting is from one to ten with prominent numbers featured on several pages.

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