Wake Up, Sleepy Bear
Christine Morton-Shaw Greg Shaw John Butler
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Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM By Christine Morton-Shaw Greg Shaw John Butler

John Butler introduces his beloved baby animals to a new setting in this book, creating inviting scenes of a new day dawning in a forest All of the animals, from cuddly bears to tiny, furry mice, wake up in their different nests and homes and then gather together to welcome a newborn fawn into the world With a lively rhyming text and beautiful, textured paintings that fiJohn Butler introduces his beloved baby animals to a new setting in this book, creating inviting scenes of a new day dawning in a forest All of the animals, from cuddly bears to tiny, furry mice, wake up in their different nests and homes and then gather together to welcome a newborn fawn into the world With a lively rhyming text and beautiful, textured paintings that fill every page, this is sure to become a favorite good morning book About the Author Christine Morton Shaw and Greg Shaw are a husband and wife team Christine is also the author of seven other picture books They live in Sheffield, England, with their children John Butler is the illustrator of Whose Baby Am I and many other books for children He lives in England.
  • Title: Wake Up, Sleepy Bear
  • Author: Christine Morton-Shaw Greg Shaw John Butler
  • ISBN: 9780670061754
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Hardcover

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Vivian Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
When I share this in a LAPsit story time I don't read the text (nice as it is -- and rhymed too!). I play "I spy with my little eye a baby" (pause) BEAR! (Stop and play "Peek-a-boo" with the bear). I spy with my little eye two baby (pause) SQUIRRELS! (stop a play "chase the squirrel by rolling arms). I spy with my little eye (pause) three baby RABBITS! (stop and bounce baby on lap -- toddlers jump up and down). I spy with my little eye (pause) four baby BIRDS! (stop and play "fly to the ground" [...]
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Keegan Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
At first the rhythm and words kind of bugged me, but now that I've read it so many times, it seems odd that I didn't pick it up right away. Now I really like the little story, and I love the illustrations. I even love the little aspect of it where the animals grow in number one by one (one bear, two squirrels, etc.). And my 18-month-old will sit through it too, so he likes it as well.
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Kelly Thevenot Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
This book is a wonderful book about young baby animals all waking up to go to a party, which is really a party to celebrate the birth of a baby fawn. This book is meaningful and describes that all party's arn't just cake and presents. A party can be celebrating new life in the world. I would use this book when teaching a lesson over friendship, kindness or being born into the world.
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Shawna Sachs Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
This book is about animals in the forest that need to wake and hurry to a party. The party is to welcome a new face into the forest. I really enjoyed reading this book to my children. I loved the fact that there was the repeative phases it made it easy for the kids to try to read the book along with me. The pictures in the book were very cute and followed along with the text.
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Deanna Caswell Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
I adored the illustrations. Absolutely wonderful. But the not-even-near-rhyme refrain SHINE and TIME? Combined with the still metered, but completely non-rhyming intro to each new animal was jarring the first time and really annoying by the end. But GORGEOUS book.
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Adrienne Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
I love John Butler's illustrations! His style is so sweet and cuddly and pretty; it just makes me happy! The story is sweet; I liked how the celebration they were all getting ready for ended up being a fawn's birth. That's not what I expected, but it was sweet.
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Jenna Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
A little bear wakes up in the morning to exciting news. Students will enjoy following him on his journey to an important destination. Squirrels, bunnies and other critters all follow sleepy bear to an exciting event.
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Jewel Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
Really lovely illustrations, a very beautiful book, but the boys didn't enjoy it much, this might be going into the donation books.
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Jaylin Brooks Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
All the baby animals are waking up in the forest.
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Cassandra Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
I am a sucker for John Butler's illustrations. I changed "party time" to "story time" and it was great for babies and toddlers. What a sweet ending!
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Robin Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
Clearly I am a sucker for books with bears in them! And for stuffed bears. Lots of cute baby animals populate this story so it's great for story time too!
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Holly Oct 21, 2020 - 02:01 AM
my daughter LOVES this book. we read it 10x or more a day.
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Wake Up, Sleepy Bear By Christine Morton-Shaw Greg Shaw John Butler John Butler introduces his beloved baby animals to a new setting in this book, creating inviting scenes of a new day dawning in a forest All of the animals, from cuddly bears to tiny, furry mice, wake up in their different nests and homes and then gather together to welcome a newborn fawn into the world With a lively rhyming text and beautiful, textured paintings that fiJohn Butler introduces his beloved baby animals to a new setting in this book, creating inviting scenes of a new day dawning in a forest All of the animals, from cuddly bears to tiny, furry mice, wake up in their different nests and homes and then gather together to welcome a newborn fawn into the world With a lively rhyming text and beautiful, textured paintings that fill every page, this is sure to become a favorite good morning book About the Author Christine Morton Shaw and Greg Shaw are a husband and wife team Christine is also the author of seven other picture books They live in Sheffield, England, with their children John Butler is the illustrator of Whose Baby Am I and many other books for children He lives in England.

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