Baby Bear's Chairs by Jane Yolen
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Baby Bear is the littlest bear in his family, and sometimes that's not so easy. Mama and Papa Bear get to stay up late in their great big chairs. Big brother gets to play fun games in his middle-sized chair. And Baby Bear only seems to cause trouble in his own tiny chair. But at the end of the day, he finds the one perfect chair that's comfier and cozier than all the rest.

Bestselling author Jane Yolen and popular illustrator Melissa Sweet have come together to create a lyrical bedtime tale about a baby bear trying to find his place in a family. With a playful rhyming text and adorable, fun illustrations, here is a book for parents and their own baby bears to treasure.
 

About Jane Yolen

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JANE YOLEN has written more than two hundred books for children and adults, including How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? and Grandma's Hurrying Child. She lives in Massachusetts.MELISSA SWEET has illustrated numerous picture books, including I Love You, Too by Eve Bunting, the books in the Pinky and Rex series, and Won't You Be My Kissaroo? She lives in Rockport, Maine.
 
Published January 1, 2005 by Harcourt. 30 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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With longing, the little bear describes the perks that go along with being able to fit into the larger seats, from big bears who get to stay up late—without naps—to medium-sized bears who can bound around on their “middling” proportioned furniture with great ease.

Aug 15 2005 | Read Full Review of Baby Bear's Chairs (Golden Ki...

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No high chairs "with straps so/ tiny bears don't fall" for those of his brother's ilk: "middling bears" get to sit in "middling chairs," big enough to serve as pretend pirate ships (and if those middling bears take a tumble from the mast, they get right up again and "never cry").

Dec 19 2005 | Read Full Review of Baby Bear's Chairs (Golden Ki...

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