Little Bear and the Wishing Tree by Norbert Landa

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When Bertie Bear gets into trouble for not sharing his toys, he decides to spend the night in a tree. Bertie is a little lonely, but then he discovers that he is in an unusual tree.

When he's hungry, pancakes appear, and when he's cold, there's a blanket to snuggle into. Could the tree be magic? Bertie Bear learns all about the magic of sharing in this charming story.


About Norbert Landa

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Norbert Landa is a Good Books author. Tim Warnes (Papa Bear) has his home in the countryside of Dorset, England, with his wife, illustrator Jane Chapman (Mama Bear), and their son, Noah (Little Bear). When asked how he felt about illustrating this book, Tim says, "My Christian faith is central to my life, so I jumped at the challenge to illustrate "Jesus Loves Me!" -- what a great way to use the gift God gave me!" Tim has drawn closely on his own experiences to give us a pictorial celebration of family life, and to share God's love for all of us. The hens you see in the pictures are from Tim's very own backyard.With over forty picture books currently in print, award-winning illustrator Tim Warnes has been published in more than twenty countries. This is his first book with Simon & Schuster.
Published May 7, 2007 by Little Tiger Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bertie Bear does not want to share his car with Baby Bear.

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