Bear Gets Dressed: A Guessing Game Story

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 16 pages
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What does Bear wear? Let’s look and see. The weather keeps changing, and so does he. It’s very chilly out there, so are shorts the right thing? Oh no—but a bright red sweater keeps him cozy and warm. Every spread offers a selection of items from Bear’s wardrobe; when the flap is opened, there’s Bear, perfectly dressed in the correct garment to enjoy the day, whether there’s rain (a yellow slicker for a muddle, puddle morning), sunshine, snow (green mittens) or wind. Not only will toddlers discover which clothes work in what weather; the text reinforces color basics, too.
 

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Harriet Ziefert is a children's author born in 1941 in New Jersey. She has written several hundred children's books, including the Little Hippo series. Ziefert and illustrator Emilie Bon have collaborated on a series of "Little Hippo" books, the first of which was published in 1988 by Viking Penguin. The books are written for children between 1 1/2 to 5 years-of-age. They are intended to help children deal with change, like the addition of a new baby to the family or moving to a new house. Her titles include Little Hippo's New Baby, Little Hippo's New Friend, Little Hippo's New School and Grandpa, Will You Play With Me?

Arnold Stark Lobel (May 22, 1933-December 4, 1987) was a popular American author of children's books. Among his most popular books are those of the Frog and Toad series, and Mouse Soup, which won the Garden State Children's Book Award from the New Jersey Library Association. Lobel won the 1981 Caldecott Medal for his book, Fables. Lobel also illustrated the works of other authors. A notable example is Sam the Minuteman by Nathaniel Benchley, which was first published in 1969. He was born in Los Angeles, California. When he graduated from art school, he married Anita Kempler, who also achieved fame as a children's book author and illustrator. Lobel died ion December 4,1987 due to complications arising from AIDS. He was 54 years old.

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