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We're Going on a Bear Hunt Big Book ebook

by Helen Oxenbury,Michael Rosen


We’re going to catch a big one. Will you come too? For more than twenty-five years readers have been swishy .

Helen Oxenbury is the renowned illustrator of many classic picture books, including We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig by Eugene Trivizas. Ms. Oxenbury lives with her husband, illustrator John Burningham, in North London.

We’re going to catch a big one. What a beautiful day! We’re not scared. As the family venture onward they encounter obstacles. The long wavy grass won’t stop the. wishy swashy! The deep cold river won’t defeat them.

We're Going On A Bear Hunt is a children's song composed by Michael Rosen. It's also the first video of Rosen on Artifice Design

We're Going On A Bear Hunt is a children's song composed by Michael Rosen. It's also the first video of Rosen on Artifice Design. This video is part of the exhibition running at the Seven Stories Museum of the Children's Book, Newcastle. It is based off of Michael's popular book by the same name and it's written with the help of Michael Rosen (obviously) and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury. What a beautiful day! . Helen Oxenbury’s inimitable illustrations have introduced many children to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as well as picture books including We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, Farmer Duck and Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes. Helen Oxenbury’s inimitable illustrations have introduced many children to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as well as picture books including We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, Farmer Duck and Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes Added to basket.

We're going on a bear hunt. We're gonna catch a big one. What a beautiful day. We're not scared. Uh oh – grass -. long, wavy tall, wavy long, itchy. We can't go over it, we can't go under it, oh no…. we've got to go through it……… swishy shwashy, shwishy shwashy, shwishy shwashy. We're going on a bear hunt.

We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen (illustrated by Helen Oxenbury) 14. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott 15. Alfie and Annie Rose (especially Dogger) by Shirley Hughes 16. Alfie and Annie Rose (especially Dogger) by Shirley Hughes 1. Journey to the River Sea by Eva Ibbotson 21. The Story of Tracy Beaker by Jacqueline Wilson (illustrated by Nick Sharratt) 22. Kensuke's Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo 23. Goodnight Mr Tom by Michelle Magorian 24. Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell 25. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness (illustrated by Jim Kay) 26. The Railway Children by E. Nesbitt 27. Millions by Frank Cottrell Boyce 28.

A large-format version of the 1989 Smarties Book Prize Winner, illustrated in watercolour by Helen Oxenbury.
Kanrad
My son could listen to this story all day. "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" does just that, takes the reader on an adventure they'll never forget. Children love the obstacles the characters run into on their way to finding a bear. Each page has beautifully illustrated pictures with breezy colors. It's good for young children who are learning to talk, as well as, those who are learning to read. The story uses repetitive language which is wonderful for young readers and children who are building their vocabulary. We like to do the actions with the characters as they go through the wilderness and bring the adventure to life. A side note, my son likes to watch the animated version on our kindle through Amazon Free Time.
Ferne
My Dad and younger brother were in a group called The Indian Guides (sort of like cub scouts) and they would sit cross-legged in a circle and say this "story" while slapping their thighs, clapping their hands, and clicking their finger/thumbs. There was a rhythm to it, Dad's would say, "Goin on a Bear Hunt," Kids would "echo" what Dad just said. It ended differently than the book with Dads saying something like, UHOH! Here comes the bear!! and the Dad's would all go after their sons to catch them and hug' em! Lots of fun! This story is so sweet and good for family. Pictures are colorful and engaging for young and older kids alike.
Lli
This was my favorite when I was little. I always loved the art, the poetic and rythmic story, and the feel of the thick pages. My older brothers loved it, too. Now that I'm about to have a little one, I bought the book for my son, and I am SO excited to read it with him. My husband didn't grow up with it, but as soon as he read through it, he fell in love with it, too. It's hard not to enjoy- it's kid-friendly without looking like a rainbow puked in it. The art is enjoyable for all ages. It's just perfect.
Weiehan
My daughter loves this book! It became her favorite when she was 3 and we read it every night. Now, I purchase it as a gift for friend's kids and pair it with a teddy. This book is a classic!
Vizil
Yes, the selection says it's a board book, but it's not. It's a cardstock pop-up book that is WAY too flimsy for a young child (like my 20 month old)--my husband even thinks it's too fragile for him. So, if you're looking for a board book, look elsewhere.

If you're looking for a small, cardstock pop-up book, it's cute and seems well made. But it really isn't a board book for young children.
Kagaramar
My two year old granddaughter loves this book. Years ago I used to take my "little" brothers on a Bear Hunt. Until recently I did not know there was a book with the title and story. Great investment.
Steelcaster
This is grandpa’s favorite book to read the little ones. It is especially fun if you motions to go along with sounds of each place they go through - the grass, the water, the woods, etc. Then you make them all (spoiler alert!) really quickly at one when going back from the bear cave.
My wife grew up hearing this song at camp and introduced it to me when we were dating in college. We had no idea it was a book though until we had our daughter and after she turned 2 I stumbled onto it on Amazon. As soon as I saw it, I bought it and had it shipped to my wife and daughter while they were on an extended visit with her parents. They were all delighted. My wife read the book with great nostalgia, and through it, has passed this cherished family tradition onto our now 3 year old daughter who has adopted the book as one of her favorites. It would not surprise me if one day, many years from now, our daughter finds this book in a dusty chest, and reads it with similar nostalgia to her own kids. That is the kind of book this is, one that will surely become a family treasure and keepsake.

Just one note on the story itself. I agree with the other reviewers that it is full of excitement and adventure, but I would be hesitant to say it's scary. It could certainly be so for some kids, so parents take care and exercise your own common sense and caution, but my daughter has loved the book and never been frightened by it since she started having it read to her when she was about 24 months old. Otherwise, I agree with the other reviewers in every way. The rhyme, the pictures, the sound effects, everything about this book just comes together magically and wonderfully. I highly recommend it.
We're Going on a Bear Hunt Big Book ebook
Author:
Helen Oxenbury,Michael Rosen
Category:
Animals
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EPUB size:
1685 kb
FB2 size:
1891 kb
DJVU size:
1352 kb
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Publisher:
Walker Books; New edition edition (April 1996)
Pages:
33 pages
Rating:
4.5
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