Let’s Go Home Little Bear ∼ Book Review

Title: Let’s Go Home Little Bear
Author: Martin Waddell
Illustrator: Barbara Firth

Target Age: 2 to 4 years

Themes: Animals, Snow, Winter, Scared, Comfort

Let’s Go Home Little Bear is the sequel to the classic family favourite Can’t You Sleep Little Bear, in which we follow Big Bear and Little Bear through the snowy winter woods. Little Bear hears lots of strange and scary noises in the woods, however, Big Bear is able to comfort his worries. There is lots of repetition so children can have lots of fun joining in, creating their own sounds that they might hear in the woods and the types of creatures that could be making them. I remember this being one of my favourite stories to be read to as a child. A perfect cosy bedtime read for the winter months after having an outside adventure in the crunchy snow.

Further Reading and Activities

  • Can’t You Sleep Little Bear? Book
  • A Listening Walk in Nature
  • Shaving Foam “Snow”

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