The Very Cranky Bear is back, and this time he's facing Boris Buffalo in a battle of bravery! But will something surprising send them both fleeing through the jungle?
This is Nick Bland's fourth book featuring the delightful and endearing 'Very Cranky Bear'. The Very Cranky Bear was first published in 2008 and has since become an international bestseller.
I went to paper plus today to get some essentials for fathers day and although my quest was to find things for Dad I couldn't resist buying this book for my son to add to his cranky bear collection. We already have the very cranky bear, and the very itchy bear so it was essential we got this one too or the collection wouldn't be complete.
Well Nick Bland has done it again creating yet enough book about the Cranky Bear that is just so funny and so worth reading. Again he has used the classic rhyming style that I love and that makes the book so easy and enjoyable to read and again he has created a humourous and charming book that kids will love. My son loved sitting on my knee while I read him the story before bed.
In this story The Cranky Bear meets up with Boris the Buffalo and they proceed with a range of challenges to show how brave they are and to prove that they are indeed the most brave of the pair. But when they see a cave and inside there is a shadow and a loud noise they are both send fleeing only to find it was a tiny frog coming to invite them in his cave.
With this they both decide that they are both very brave except when it comes to dark caves!!
Random listing from 'Books'...
The second book in the personal and moving coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of the First World War. August 1915. Ellie's life has completely changed in the year since war broke out. She's been forced to leave school to work in the factory, and much worse, her family has received devastating news from the trenches. At least she has her best friend Jack. But then Jack runs off to war. Will Ellie ever see him again?
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