From Sam McBratney, the author of beloved bestseller Guess How Much I Love You, and immense picture-book talent Sam Usher, The Most-Loved Bear is a captivating, classic picture book story that will enchant families for many years to come. Growly Bear and Mary Rose are very best friends and do everything together. Until, one day, Growly Bear is left behind on a train. He''s sure that Mary Rose will come back for him. However, as the days turn to weeks and the weeks turn to months, Growly Bear''s fur gets worn, his eye comes loose and his Growl starts to fade. Then, a child picks him up! But it isn''t the child he was expecting... A warm, nostalgic tale about the enduring love between a child and their very favourite teddy bear - the perfect story for families to share at Christmas.
A story that can captivate babies and toddlers as each spread encourages the very young to count things in each illustration and learn first numbers in a clear and fun way. It helps babies learn numbers 1 to 5 and enjoy the story recap at the end.
"Guess how much I love you," says Little Nutbrown Hare. Little Nutbrown Hare shows his daddy how much he loves him: as wide as he can reach and as far as he can hop. But Big Nutbrown Hare, who can reach farther and hop higher, loves him back just as much. Well then Little Nutbrown Hare loves him right up to the moon, but that's just halfway to Big Nutbrown Hare's love for him.
Loving someone to the moon and back takes on a whole new dimension! The cherished classic is even more enticing in a pop-up edition. When Big and Little Nutbrown Hare show off how much they love each other, don't you wish you could watch them stretch out their arms, hop as high as they can, and tumble upside down with their feet in the air? Well, now you can! Beautifully designed flaps, tabs, and pop-ups respect the integrity of the original story and illustrations while adding a delightfully kinetic 3D element that is truly irresistible. Featuring a beautiful cover, this treasured tale is the ideal gift for anyone who loves someone more than they can measure.
Includes noises, count from one to ten, learn all about colours, the weather, shapes, actions, and nature with Big Nutbrown Hare and Little Nutbrown Hare.
Features Little Nutbrown Hare who is beginning to explore the world with the help and guidance of Big Nutbrown Hare. He climbs the Hiding Tree, escapes from the mists on Cloudy Mountain and ventures to the Far Field on his own. But after all his adventures he finds that Coming Home is best of all, because Big Nutbrown Hare is there.
Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare are playing a game of "I Spy" in the snow. As the game gets more tricky, Little Nutbrown Hare has to finally guess that he is Big Nutbrown Hare's most favourite thing in the world.
A story of Big Nutbrown Hare and Little Nutbrown Hare, and the adorable game they play to express their love for each other. It is a suitable present to give to the one you love. It is a gift box edition for children and adults alike.
An illustrated board book featuring Big and Little Nutbrown Hare, from the picture book "Guess How Much I Love You".
C'est l'heure d'aller dormir. Petit Lièvre Brun attrape les longues oreilles de Grand Lièvre Brun et ne les lâche plus. Devine combien je t'aime, dit-il. (tout carton).
Il était une fois une maman ourse, un papa ours et trois oursons.
Chaque soir, papa ours ou maman ourse venait les border en disant toujours la même chose : " vous êtes les plus merveilleux oursons du monde ! " mais un soir, les trois oursons se mirent à se poser des questions. " lequel de nous trois papa et maman aiment-ils le plus ? nous ne pouvons pas tous être le préféré ! "
Petit Lièvre Brun a envie de jouer, mais Grand Lièvre Brun est très occupé. Il s'élance en bondissant à la recherche d'un terrain de jeu. Au sommet de la Montagne-qui-touche-lesnuages, une surprise l'attend ! Une petite hase blanche le fixe droit dans les yeux: «Veux-tu être mon ami ?»
C'est le printemps. Tout se met à pousser. «Regarde ce minuscule chêne, dit Grand Lièvre Brun. Un jour, il sera un arbre.» «Un grand arbre?» demande Petit Lièvre Brun. «Oui, un arbre très grand et très fort..."
Grand Lièvre Brun et Petit Lièvre Brun jouent dans la neige. « J'ai trouvé quelque chose qui appartient à un arbre », dit Petit Lièvre Brun. « C'est une feuille ? » demande Grand Lièvre Brun. « Gagné ! À toi maintenant. » Dans des décors en trois dimensions, les deux lièvres bien connus des enfants parcourent la campagne enneigée à la recherche de trésors. A partir de 2 ans.