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This follow-up title to Little Lamb features Little Snow Bear and has soft - to - touch animals on every page.

It is the first day of spring and Little Snow Bear is venturing out into the snowy white world for the first time. Mezmerized by the snow that is all around him, Little Snow Bear sneaks off to see if the rest of the world is as much fun. During his travels, he meet...more
Leather Bound, 32 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Cartwheel Books (first published August 30th 2002)
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Kimberley
This is the book that I am reading with my reception class this week in shared reading. It is about a polar bear cub that is allowed to venture out of his den for the first time without his mother. On his venture, he meets a seal who teaches him how to swim but then soon ends up lost in a dark forest where he meets a reindeer and a little girl who are kind enough to help him find his mother. This is a great exploration book whereby there is a good sequencing structure that you can ask the child...more
Jessica Jackson
This book is a soft-to-touch book, meaning it has soft material within it. The main character, the little polar bear, it furry and soft on each page. This is the heartwarming story of a little bear who gets lost. It is the first day of spring, and the little polar bear wants to romp around. His mother warns him not to go too far, because she doesn’t want him to get lost. Of course, as a young cub, the polar bear goes too far away and does get lost. He meets multiple characters along his journey...more
Mariamawit Habtamu
Preschool and older
This is a good book to read during winter. The pictures are cute. It’s about a polar bear that finds a new friend while exploring the world and gets separated from his mother playing in the water and snow. Even though he was scared once he realized he was lost, thanks to a kind reindeer and a little girl the bear end up finding his mother.
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After reading this book, we will discuss the winter season, we will talk about when winter season begins and ends, we wil...more
Elaine
Snow Bear doesn't listen to his mother's admonishment and promptly gets himself lost is the arctic. His rescuer/heroine turns out to be a little Eskimo girl, who takes him home in her sleigh. A tactile book, the best parts are of course, the furry bits, haha.
Kris at Book Wishes
This book is cute for the holidays my children loved it and it has touch and feel so they can feel the fuzzy bear!
Miss Asima
This is a very cute story. And my son and niece love feeling the pages. Great idea to add the texture!
Glenn
I liked reading this book because the pages were soft. The pictures are really nice.
Teri
Nothing substantial here, but nice fuzzy pictures to stroke.
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