We will be reading this book and writing about it in class but there are 2 other books in the series that you could borrow from the library and have fun with.
Spot the rhyme, discuss the illustrations and enjoy debating the importance of mini beasts in our world.
This is such a heart-warming story about Little Bear waking up from a long winter finding out about friendship with some subtle information about spring as well.
I love the illustrations as much as the plot. Enjoy!
These 3 fabulous books will be featuring a lot in the first month of our spring 2 term.
Bear Hunt - you can imagine the fun we'll have recreating this story and the cave.
Zog- stripping back gender stereotypes one story (and a dragon) at a time!
George and the dragon- castle, cave and dragon!
All of these stories have great depth of language, beautiful illustrations, clear stories to remember and re-write and 4 teachers who adore them!
This story was inspired by ESA astronaut Tim Peake and his sons, and featuring an introduction from Tim, this is the perfect bedtime book!
Two space-mad little boys get ready for bed and say goodnight to their toy rockets, launch pads and planet mobiles, before being whisked away into space on an adventure beyond their wildest dreams . . .
Who's that singing on the savannah? It's the top-five ugly animals in Africa! The wildebeest, warthog, vulture, hyena and marabou stork swagger proudly across the savannah, rejoicing in their ugliness - and delighting their babies, who think they're perfect just the way they are. And right there is a lovely message! (Alongside some great rhyme and new vocab. AND it's one of the books in the buy one, get one half price at Waterstones at the moment if you're getting ready for Christmas...)