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Hushabye, Bearcub

3.20  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
It’s a winter’s evening and a father and his tiny bear cub head home from a day in the snow, just as the stars appear in the sky. After mugs of hot chocolate and a quick game of peekaboo, it’s time for bath and bed! With each stanza in this lilting rhyming tale told through the father’s voice, the cub moves closer and closer to sleep, until he snuggles down for the night w ...more
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published March 15th 2003 by Brighter Child (first published January 1st 2002)
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This is a cute little rhyming bed time book about a papa bear and his cub. The story was alright, it goes through the stages of them getting home from playing outside all the way through to getting ready for bed time. I just found it didn't really hold the children's attention when I read it to them, they where not all that impressed.

Lidra West
Perfect little quiet story for bedtime. Perfect for any child of any age who enjoys hearing a nice bedtime story also ideal for a pre-k or kindergarten classroom to read right before naptim.
Jan 01, 2013 Sharon rated it it was ok
An early Christmas gift from Abuela.
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