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Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?

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My daughter suffered severe brain damage during her birth and as such we are unsure about her future ie.

We then introduce the idea that it’s night time so we turn off the classroom lights, give them hot chocolate to taste and lastly put a black dark sheet across their eyes so that they really understand that it’s bedtime for the bears. The children were glued to the book as it was being read and were interested in finding out what was going to happen to help little bear fall asleep. The final episode, in which Little Bear has fallen asleep in Big Bear's arms, and Big Bear (finally!You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. I will have this on display for sure; if I can't find other things to use, then I will opt to read this one. Even if he's seen the DVD that night, though, there's nothing like a bedtime story from mum - and this book has fast become one of his very favourites. Little Bear still tosses and turns so Big Bear has to stop reading his book again to get him some more light.

Honestly I think I enjoyed this more than the kids with how Big Bear wants to get back to his book but he patiently puts Little Bear to bed each time. A bestselling story which won the Kate Greenaway Medal for illustration, and has sold more than 7 million copies worldwide. John 8:12 - Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.It also, in my opinion, brings with it a sense of reassurance to young children as a fear of the dark is quite common at a young age. Described as 'the most perfect children's book ever written', this is a beautiful 25th anniversary edition of the Kate Greenaway-winning story of Little Bear, who just can't sleep. It is illustated in a very complimentary way, with beatiful pictures, again, great for engaging a child. They had clearly read it before numerous times because the repetition throughout meant they also read it aloud along with me!

This is a story about a little bear that is afraid of the dark, yet overcomes this fear with the help of Big Bear, a portrayal similar to parent and child and hence easy to relate to the comfort sought and the comfort given.The words may seem repetitive, but it's just the perfect rhythm to draw a little one into a sweet slumber.

My severe learning difficulties nursery class are reading the book as part of their literacy lessons which they absolutely love. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. This kid's book is so sweet because it deals with a fear most (if not all) of us have known before: the fear of the dark.

It showed the children that everyone has these feelings and if they try very hard they can overcome them and feel proud of themselves for doing so.

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