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Book Title: Bears on the Stairs

Details: Author: Jarman, Julia

Suitable for ages: 4 - 5

Publisher: Andersen

ISBN-13: 9781849390286

Number of pages: 32

Dimensions: 27.4 x 23.6 x 0.5 cm

Retail Price: €7.49

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Product Description
"There are bears on the stairs.That’s why I don’t like going to bed. It’s the bears on the stairs."

But are the bears real, or just a small boy's crafty tactic for delaying bedtime?

About the Author
Schoolteacher and journalist Julia Jarman has written over 80 books for children. She lives near Bedford and has three grown-up children. She now devotes a lot of time to school and library visits.

Lynne Chapman was born in London and has been drawing since she was old enough to hold a pencil. She studied at Middlesex University. She has created numerous picture books which have been published all over the world.

Book Description
A hilarious new romp from the award-winning team behind Class Two at the Zoo.


Reviews
Jasper, 5, thought the ending was the funniest thing in the world. He gave the book four stars. --VANCOUVER SUN January 15 2011

Daddy enjoyed this book immensely because 1) it's a quick read 2)the illustrations are terrific at keeping the kids focused. --VANCOUVER SUN January 15 2011

Ugly and playfulrather than scary ...the rude and naughty bears ... Give that subversive thrill kids so adore. --BOOKS FOR KEEPS November 11 2010

Dynamic compositions and jolly palette allow us not to take this anxious story too seriously. Kids will enjoy the fun. --BOOKS FOR KEEPS November 11 2010

My three year old enjoyed this Don't Want To Go to Bed story. He thought the bears were smart and cuddly.

--BOOKBABBLERS.CO.UK August 9 2010

`This is funny and touching story of childhood anxiety, without being scary.' --Nursery World

'This amusing and lively picture book sets out to address (bedtime) fears in a humourous way.' --The School Librarian

'A perfectly paced little story (and) an entertaining romp.' --Red House Children's Book Award, Top 100

'It will strike a chord with almost all parents! A perfect bedtime story.'

--Parents In Touch"

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