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Little Bear ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Little Bear By Else Holmelund Minarik ❤ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Dem Kleinen B ren ist niemals langweilig, denn er erlebt immer neue Abenteuer Eines Tages beschlie t er, ins Weltall zu fliegen Mutter B r behauptet zwar, dass B ren nicht fliegen k nnen, aber mit ein Dem Kleinen B ren ist niemals langweilig, denn er erlebt immer neue Abenteuer Eines Tages beschlie t er, ins Weltall zu fliegen Mutter B r behauptet zwar, dass B ren nicht fliegen k nnen, aber mit einem neuen Astronautenhelm kommt man sogar bis zum Mond Nach einem ereignisreichen Tag ist es aber am allersch nsten, sich eine Gute Nacht Geschichte erz hlen zu lassen Am liebsten ber einen Kleinen B ren und seine Abenteuer Von Maurice Sendak warmherzig illustriert erz hlt Else Holmelund Minarik aus dem Alltag eines liebenswerten Helden.


10 thoughts on “Little Bear

  1. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Yes, I vaguely but nostalgically do remember Else Holmelund Minarik s Little Bear from the time we immigrated from Germany to Canada when I was ten My sister who was five at the time received the book as a present when she started grade one in September 1976, but I ended up hijacking it for a while, as I wanted to practice reading English and Little Bear was at that time just the right level of difficulty for me And truth be told, I actually wasthan a bit embarrassed and even rather an Yes, I vaguely but nostalgically do remember Else Holmelund Minarik s Little Bear from the time we immigrated from Germany to Canada when I was ten My sister who was five at the time received the book as a present when she started grade one in September 1976, but I ended up hijacking it for a while, as I wanted to practice reading English and Little Bear was at that time just the right level of difficulty for me And truth be told, I actually wasthan a bit embarrassed and even rather angry at having to read a book such as this, such as Little Bear at the age of ten, seeing that I was reading advanced children s literature in German before we immigrated to Canada, but Little Bear really did much improve my English and both Else Minarik s narrative and Maurice Sendak s illustrations also were just so incredibly sweet and evocative that I absolutely did fall in love with Little Bear, his mother and the other characters However, there is one thing I found strange then, and still consider a bit strange now with regard to Little Bear Why was Mother Bear always fully dressed Even in the story where Little Bear s mother tells her son that he really does not need a coat, that his pelt is his coat and his covering, she herself is fully clothed and in a full length dress at that


  2. Calista Calista says:

    I missed a lot of the classics as a child I m making up for it now I love the simple artwork of Maurice Sendak He was so gifted This is four stories about little bear that all tie together at the end for beginning readers Little bear plays in the snow, has a birthday party, goes to the moon and goes to bed There is simple fun in these stories from a different time.The nephew enjoys Little bear most, but they both were interested in this story.


  3. Jesse Jesse says:

    This book provided one of my most memorable and most treasured moments in the classroom this last summer.Me So how would you get to the moon Entering first grade student Well, I would take the bus to the end of the line and get a transfer to the moon Only in San Francisco


  4. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    I love Little Bear And his mother These sweet, humorous and thoughtful stories are a gem among I Can Read Books and truly deserve their status as a children s classic Minarik s warm, witty stories pair beautifully with Sendak s charming illustrations cozily old fashioned and capturing all of the imagination of the story, yet I appreciate that the bears look like real bears albeit with clothes on I think my favorite story is the one where Little Bear wants to fly to the moon, but all the I love Little Bear And his mother These sweet, humorous and thoughtful stories are a gem among I Can Read Books and truly deserve their status as a children s classic Minarik s warm, witty stories pair beautifully with Sendak s charming illustrations cozily old fashioned and capturing all of the imagination of the story, yet I appreciate that the bears look like real bears albeit with clothes on I think my favorite story is the one where Little Bear wants to fly to the moon, but all the stories are good I remember being especially enchanted, as a little girl, with the one where Little Bear gets his coat and I appreciate how the love between mother and child is reinforced through each.I also read A Kiss for Little Bear some time ago and I think I might actually prefer it to this short story collection, but I remain a loving Little Bear fan and plan to continue the series, feeling confident I will enjoy them all


  5. Julian Defries Julian Defries says:

    First book I read by myself My level of reading is still about the same I point to the words and speak the story out loud, struggling with anythingthan two syllables I still scribble in books too with crayons My Mum now refuses to read this with me at bedtime Well she is 82 after all Birthday soup will remain part of my inner child forever.


  6. Abigail Abigail says:

    Else Holmelund Minarik s five Little Bear books, which followed their eponymous ursine hero through some of the adventures of childhood, were one of the staples of my own personal library as a girl, and I recall reading them over and over again, until my copies fell apart Gentle and reassuring, they are also wonderfully and subtly humorous, offering a perfectly realized depiction of a young child s interaction with the people and places in his own small world Like subsequent installments, this Else Holmelund Minarik s five Little Bear books, which followed their eponymous ursine hero through some of the adventures of childhood, were one of the staples of my own personal library as a girl, and I recall reading them over and over again, until my copies fell apart Gentle and reassuring, they are also wonderfully and subtly humorous, offering a perfectly realized depiction of a young child s interaction with the people and places in his own small world Like subsequent installments, this first title contains four stories, each of which gently highlights some reality of child life.In What Will Little Bear Wear , our little hero repeatedly brings his sartorial troubles to Mother Bear, confident in her ability to solve the problem, only to learn eventually that he had what he needed all along Birthday Soup plays with the common childhood fear of having one s birthday forgotten, allowing Little Bear the opportunity to make something for himself, before reassurance and cake are offered Little Bear Goes to the Moon sees the adorable bear setting off to have an adventure far away, discovering upon his return that playing a stranger is only fun if the strength of love and home are a solid reality, behind the make believe And finally, Little Bear s Wish finds the ursine mother and son enjoying the intimacy of bedtime, as Little Bear learns that some wishes arelikely to be granted than others, and that Mother Bear has wishes of her own Originally published in 1957, Little Bear was the very first entry in HarperCollins iconic I Can Read collection, which to this day is considered one of the best beginning reader series available It was an auspicious beginning, as it perfectly captures the gentle rhythms of childhood exploration and retreat, and of the child s bond with his mother Rereading it as an adult, I was struck by the often humorous nature of the exchanges between Little Bear and Mother Bear, with their sly back and forth dialogue Text and artwork the latter supplied by the immensely talented Maurice Sendak, whose Where the Wild Things Are offers another perceptive depiction of childhood reality make it clear that Mother Bear knows and understands her son s need for both freedom and safety his desire to explore the outside world and then return to her The sympathy for the child perspective that is evident here never feels condescending, however, and even though this is a book for younger children, the author respects her audience enough to be honest with them about some of the limitations not every wish will be granted, for instance that they will inevitably confront.Beautifully written and illustrated, Little Bear isthan deserving of its status as a classic of children s literature, and belongs in every young person s library Highly, highly recommended to all beginning readers


  7. CLM CLM says:

    This book was read to me so many times that phrases entered the family lexicon, particularly, Birthday soup is good to eat but not as good as birthday cake and You can t have that wish, my Little Bear Hmmm, maybe I d better make sure my nephews own a copy.


  8. Rob Rob says:

    Probably my favorite children s book of all time I m guessing it s somewhat boring for children but it is a really good right before nap time book I cannot how beautiful Little Bear s relationship to Mother Bear is Maurice Sendak captured it perfectly and I love how gentle and fun Mother Bear s responses to Little Bear are I don t care if I sound like a sissy.


  9. Kathy Kathy says:

    Nice beginning readers book


  10. La Coccinelle La Coccinelle says:

    This collection of four little stories about Little Bear and his mother are quite cute I can see why this book is still going strong half a century after it was first published.I think my favourite story here is Little Bear Goes to the Moon It s kind of silly, but in a gentle sort of way Little Bear always has Mother Bear to come home to, even when he leaves the planet One thing I don t understand is why Birthday Soup is written in the present tense while the three other stories are in th This collection of four little stories about Little Bear and his mother are quite cute I can see why this book is still going strong half a century after it was first published.I think my favourite story here is Little Bear Goes to the Moon It s kind of silly, but in a gentle sort of way Little Bear always has Mother Bear to come home to, even when he leaves the planet One thing I don t understand is why Birthday Soup is written in the present tense while the three other stories are in the past tense That s probably my main complaint with this volume.Overall, Little Bear is a charming storybook from a simpler time It s held up well, despite being around since 1957 Quotable moment


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