Can't You Sleep, Little Bear? Other printed item
Illustrated by Barbara Firth
Little Bear can't sleep. He is frightened of the dark, even with the biggest lantern of them all at his bedside.
But Big Bear finds an ingenious way to reassure him.
So Big Bear takes him out and shows him the moon and the stars - and Little Bear then falls asleep.
- Format: Other printed item
- Pages: 32 pages, colour illustrations
- Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/12/2003
- Category: Picture books
- ISBN: 9780744583885
- Paperback from £6.39
- Hardback from £6.39
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Review by awoodham93
After a long day of playing, it is time for little bear to go to sleep. Only, little bear can not sleep because he is afraid of the dark! Big bear brings little bear a tiiny lantern to light up the cave, but little bear still cant fall back asleep. Big bear brings little bear a bigger lantern, but little bear is still scared. Big bear brings little bear the biggest lantern they have, but little bear is still scared of the dark outside of the cave. Big bear brings little bear outside and shows him the moon and the stars, so that little bear wont be afraid anymore. However, little bear finally falls asleep in big bears arms. This is a great book for a restless child at bedtime who can not sleep or is afraid of the dark.