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The fourth book in a funny chapter book series filled with full color illustrations and adorable animals!
When Queen Beetrice and her beehive opens for business in the Grumpy Woods, the Super Happy Party Bears are excited--they LOVE honey! But the other Grumpy Woods residents are very unhappy with all the noisy buzzing going on, and they boycott the bees!
Too much sugar sends the bears into early hibernation and soon the woods are overflowing with uneaten honey. The townscritters need a fast solution to the sticky situation--and so they decide to throw an Un-Slumber Party to wake those bears up!
Read all of the Super Happy Party Bears adventures:
Super Happy Party Bears: Gnawing Around
Super Happy Party Bears: Knock Knock on Wood
Super Happy Party Bears: Going Nuts
An Imprint Book
Do-boppa, do-boppa, do-boppa-do!
Join the romp as a bevy of forest creatures, both diurnal and nocturnal, inspire a very active celebration. What could be better than friends together at a party in a tree? All the forest creatures will be there: the squirrel, raccoons, frogs, birds, mice and more. Even the slimy slugs are sure to slither in for the food, games, music and dancing. And don't forget Baby Bear...that little clown will be there for sure.
John Manders revs up the action with bold illustrations, while David Martin sneaks in some counting and movement prompts in a rollicking, boisterous tale that will have children eager to jump up and join the party. This is a raucous romp through a party in a tree - from the animal guests' arriving, eating, playing music and dancing to the inevitable winding down. And then it all starts up again! A clever counting activity is deftly woven into the story.
This is great choice to get kids moving and to help encourage exercise. This book is jacketed.
About the Author
David Martin is the author of We've All Got Bellybuttons!, illustrated by Randy Cecil, and All for Pie and Pie for All, illustrated by Valeri Gorbachev, among other books for children. A retired English teacher, he lives in Vermont, USA. John Manders is an author, artist and songwriter. His madcap, painterly illustrations are well known in the USA, and he has illustrated many books for children, including Minnie's Diner, Henry and the Buccaneer Bunnies and The Perfect Nest. He lives in Pennsylvania, USA, with his African grey parrot, which can converse in several languages.
We're going on a bear hunt.
We're going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We're not scared.
Offering a whole new storytelling experiences, this picture book and DVD edition features a charming story animation.
We're going on a bear hunt. We're going to catch a big one. Will you come too? For a quarter of a century, readers have been swishy-swashying and splash-sploshing through this award winning favourite. Follow and join in the family's excitement as they wade through the grass, splash through the river and squelch through the mud in search of a bear. What a surprise awaits them in the cave on the other side of the dark forest!
About the Author
Michael Rosen is one of the most popular authors of stories and poems for children. His bestselling titles, published by Walker Books, include Little Rabbit Foo Foo, Michael Rosen's Sad Book, This Is Our House, Tiny Little Fly, Dear Mother Goose and its sequel Dear Fairy Godmother. Michael received the Eleanor Farjeon Award in 1997, and was the Children's Laureate from 2007 to 2009.
About the Illustrator
Helen Oxenbury is among the most popular and critically acclaimed illustrators of her time. Her numerous books for children include Smarties Book Prize-winning Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell; We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen; as well as her classic board books for babies. She won the Kate Greenaway Medal for Alice in Wonderland.
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