Bear & Hare Snow! by Emily Gravett

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Finally Hare shoves Bear up a steep hill, and despite Bear’s trepidation, he’s thrilled and joyful as they slide down. Harmony and joy restored. A mischievous addition to the winter bookshelf.
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Two animal friends seek out wintertime treats in this second picture book in a charming series from Emily Gravett.

Bear and Hare go out to play in the snow. Hare enthusiastically catches snow on his tongue, makes snow angels, and builds a snow hare...but Bear isn’t having as much fun. Will Bear find a snowy activity so that both friends can enjoy the winter wonderland?
 

About Emily Gravett

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Emily Gravett is the author of many critically acclaimed books, including the Kate Greenaway Award–winning Wolves and Little Mouse’s Big Book of Fears. She is also the author and illustrator of Again! (shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award), Wolf Won’t Bite!, Blue Chameleon, The Rabbit Problem, Dogs, Spells, The Odd Egg, Monkey and Me, Orange Pear Apple Bear, and Meerkat Mail. She lives in Brighton, England, with her family. Visit her at EmilyGravett.com.
 
Published November 3, 2015 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Kirkus

Above average
on Aug 26 2015

Finally Hare shoves Bear up a steep hill, and despite Bear’s trepidation, he’s thrilled and joyful as they slide down. Harmony and joy restored. A mischievous addition to the winter bookshelf.

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Publishers Weekly

Good
on Oct 02 2015

With understated humor, Gravett captures the common childhood experience of feeling less-than excited about an activity that’s supposed to be fun—and how quickly those feelings can be reversed.

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