Who's Been Eating My Porridge?

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Tiger Tales, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Little Bear hates porridge. Even with honey, berries and nuts, Little Bear wont eat his porridge. So every morning Mommy and Daddy set the porridge outside for Old Scary Bear, who loves porridge. And everyday, the porridge always gets eaten by someone Now Little Bear is convinced that there really is an Old Scary Bear who loves porridge. Then after spending the day with his Aunt, Uncle and cousins playing Scary Bear games Little Bear has a bad dream in which Old Scary Bear is chasing him through the woods! So the next morning Little Bear ate two bowls of porridge. And when he went outside to gather nuts, who was waiting for him?

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User Review  - Tam - Goodreads

I don't allow my child to say he hates things, especially if he hasn't tried it, so it's hard to read a book that uses words that aren't apropriate to use in our home. For that reason I didn't love this book for my 4-year-old. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

M. Christina Butler was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England in 1934. After studying for four years at Leeds General Infirmary in West Yorkshire, she obtained her state registration as a nurse. Her first book, Can I Stay with You?, was published in 1987. Her other works include Too Many Nests, Stanley in the Dark, Big Bad Rex, One Snowy Night, Snow Friends, and Who's Been Eating My Porridge?

Award-winning author Linda Glaser is the author of many books for children including "Hoppy Hanukkah!" and "Mrs. Greenberg's Messy Hanukkah". Her nonfiction picture books "Spectacular Spiders", "Compost!", and "Wonderful Worms" were all named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by the National Science Teachers Association. In addition to teaching and writing, she conducts writing workshops for schoolchildren and for adults.

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