The Little Bear Treasury

by Else Minarik

Hardcover, 1989



Local notes

R Min





HarperCollins Publishers (1989), Edition: 1St Edition, 64 pages


Follow along on many of Little Bear's adventures in stories such as "Little Bear goes to the moon," "Little Bear and Emily" and others.

Original language


Physical description

64 p.; 8.5 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member seoulful
A lovely I Can Read Book about a family of bears. The bears treat each other with courtesy and respect and they delight in their Little Bear's childhood imaginings. A book to be read over and over.
LibraryThing member nataliev1311
I grew up with the books and also with the adapted T.V. show, so Little Bear was an integral part of my childhood. The characters are very lovable and easy to relate to for children. The subject matter is simple, and the stories progress slowly, but this could be perfect for young children just
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starting to explore their world and find out what things matter to them. The illustrations, by Maurice Sendak, find the perfect balance between realism and whimsy.
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LibraryThing member fuzzi
This treasury consists of three Little Bear books: Little Bear, Little Bear's Friend, and Little Bear's Visit.They are in an I Can Read format, but the prose flows smoothly. The illustrations are delightful, too.

Somehow I missed reading these as a child, and as a mother. I'm glad my granddaughter
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wants her own copies, because it gave me the opportunity to discover the joys of Little Bear for myself!
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