This all resulted in a life filled with lots of love and fun which led him to write, among other things, several books about these astonishingly kind, clever and adventurous Little Bears. Skip to main content.
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Available formats Paperback. Reviews write a review. My eight grandchildren, from little ones up to their later teens, all smiled at the first book, with it's zany characters and whimsical drawings. But it's just as much fun for adults; I'm in my 80s and was carried back to my own childhood, with memories of my father making up stories for me and inventing characters who got into scrapes and somehow got through alright I'm the end!
Book 2 is even better.
Don't miss it. And do please read it out aloud.
Keep your family well read
And sing or at least hum the songs. Perhaps try to see if you can jumble your words around in a similar way, to bring a smile to children when you are reading it to them. The Bears of Bopplestone follow in a great tradition of literary bears, from Pooh Bear to Paddington! Having read The Bears of Bopplestone Book 1, I was delighted to learn there were more stories on route in the form of Book 2! This second book involves yet more amusing stories from the wonderful world that is Bopplestone!
The book is not only a story, but it incorporates the joys and pains of everyday life, through a group of bear friends. It deals with the trials and tribulations in a very knowing, but humorous way, as the bears grow and learn about how to go about life-things They do have a big tendency to land up in some trouble, I think we all have seen a bit of this in our own life!
As you read on through each chapter of the book, you are drawn in to the stories. There are some really good inventions along the way, that, with a little imagination and precision engineering could actually work! The language of the bears, which at the start is bearly! This is a great book for children as it will spark their bittle imaginations, but also is a good read to jog the memory of adults who may have found themselves in a few scrapes in their own childhood.! Allan Simmons; former High Sheriff of Dorset and experienced grandfather! I think that you will respond like that as you read this book.
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Archie lives with the Count in the Castle in the valley, but soon is ready to go to school; it has to be a school for live bears, so soon plans are made for him to go to the school in the village in the mountains, where Miss Wiseman was the teacher. One problem was that it was a long way from the castle, and the path was very steep, especially the bit where the stream came down in a ravine.
Connie the goat could drive them in a cart to the foot of the waterfall, but what then?
Bertie wanted to train as a scientist. But now, their society is on the brink of collapse. A group of power-hungry bears has seized control, and darkness is creeping across the snow.
Cubs First and Second don't know any of this. Although they're twins, they couldn't be more different. First loves imagining stories, while his daring sister, Second, wants to live them. When their mother is taken prisoner, the cubs' world falls apart. They know they have to rescue her, but how can two cubs who've barely learned to hunt survive a treacherous journey across the ice?
Their only chance is to learn to trust each other and — even more important — trust themselves. But survival is only the beginning.