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eBook The Little Polar Bear: Lap Edition ePub

by Hans de Beer

  • ISBN: 0735823367
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Hans de Beer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NorthSouth; Brdbk edition (January 1, 2011)
  • ePub book: 1190 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1698 kb
  • Other: doc azw txt mbr
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 156


Hans de Beer was born in Muiden, a small town near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands

Hans de Beer was born in Muiden, a small town near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. He studied illustration at the Rietveld Academy of Art in Amsterdam.

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Hans de Beer was born in Muiden, a small town near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Hans de Beer's Little Polar Bear books enjoy great international success. Age Range: 2 and up. Grade Level: 1 - 2. Paperback: 32 pages.

The Little Polar Bear (in Dutch: Lars de kleine ijsbeer) is a franchise about a polar bear cub named Lars who first starred in a number of books written by Dutch author, Hans de Beer.

Timed to coincide with the Little Polar Bears 30th Anniversary! Help! Where there used to be lots of food, now there are hardly any fish left. But Lars and his friends know just what needs to be done

The original books is too bright.

While hunting with his father, a young polar bear drifts out to sea and ends up in a jungle where a friendly hippopotamus helps him return home. Read by Treat Williams. The original books is too bright.

Little Polar Bear and the Brave Little Hare: Lars the polar bear teases his . Little Polar Bear DVD movie based on the book by Hans de Beer.

Little Polar Bear and the Brave Little Hare: Lars the polar bear teases his friend Hugo the hare for being afraid of everything, until the day they get lost in the snow. Little Polar Bear and the Brave Little Hare by Hans de Beer. Reading level: Ages 2 and up. Author: Hans de Beer. Hans de Beer: Eisbär im Iglu.

Little Polar Bear is a book about a young polar bear cub that is separated from his father one night when the ice that he was sleeping on broke away and drifted off far away from his home. He ends up in what appears to be Africa and survives with the help of new friends, who also help him to get home. See any care plans, options and policies that may be associated with this product. Electrode, App-product, Comp-389271355, DC-prod-cdc03, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-29.

The Little Polar Bear and Ahoy There, Little Polar Bear paperbacks have both been repackaged with new cover ar. All these polar bear books have a very happy ending. The drawings are beautiful, there is no violence or blood.

All these polar bear books have a very happy ending. The bear seems to get into trouble, but there are always other kind animals that bail him out.

Your favorite little polar bear in a BIG board format. 

What makes Lars, the little polar bear, so special?  Stories that "incorporate the unexpectedness of life events, the power of experiences to help form personal values, and the importance of both friendly help and self-reliance." (School Library Journal)  Now available as a 9x9 "lap edition" board book!


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Lars is a young polar bear who lives in the Arctic and is out hunting with his father. That night, they make piles of snow to protect themselves from the wind. But during the night, the ice begins to crack and Lars's piece breaks off. When he wakes up, he is all alone in the middle of the sea, and as the temperature grows warmer, his piece of ice is melting. He manages to climb on top of a floating barrel; then a storm hits, and he keeps drifting until he comes to a tropical island where he meets a hippopotamus named Henry and an eagle named Marcus. They are nice, but Lars wants to go home. How can Henry and Marcus help Lars? And will the little polar bear ever see his father again?
Several years ago we rented for our weekly family video a full-length 2001 animated Warner Brothers movie The Little Polar Bear based on this book written and illustrated by Dutch author Hans de Beer, who was born in 1957. Of course, the film version is a lot different with many more plot features than are contained in the simple children's picture book, which is a lovely story for youngsters about going different places and experiencing new things but desiring to get back with family. It is well told with bits of subtle humor and detailed pastel illustrations. A board book edition (1999) is available for toddlers, but be forewarned that it is severely abridged, a fact that is not clearly indicated on the back of the book. Other "Little Polar Bear Adventures" by de Beer are Ahoy There, Little Polar Bear; Little Polar Bear Finds a Friend; Little Polar Bear and the Brave Little Hare; Little Polar Bear and the Husky Pup; Little Polar Bear and the Big Balloon; Little Polar Bear and the Reindeer; and Little Polar Bear and the Whales.
Nern Nern
My 20 month old is still a little young for this book, but I love it! The big board book size is always a plus for my toddler, but what's so amazing about this book are the wonderful watercolor illustrations that capture the spirit of the story and bring it to life.
Anararius Anararius
This is a wonderful story about kindness and a loving world. Despite this, it is not syrupy sweet. The little polar bear gets lost from his dad and floats thousands of miles south. Other animals help him get home. A particularly nice touch: When he gets back to the Arctic, as a thank-you gift, his dad catches a fish to give to the whale who brought the little polar bear back. The artwork and story work well together to create the mood. A great book. Too bad it isn't more well known.
Androrim Androrim
Love the Hans De Beer books!!!! Bought the ones we didn't have for our son! He loves to hear his Mommy and Daddy read to him in the womb as well as hearing his Grandma and Grandpa read to him!
thrust thrust
My daughter loved Lars when she was it was special to share with a new generation!
Flamehammer Flamehammer
Cute book
This is an adorable fiction tale about a polar bear. I had my 2nd grade ELL students compare and contrast the book to share what could really happen and what was not true of polar bears! They loved the story, they found out there were more stories and they cannot wait to read them!
Books, you can never have too many books. Especially in a school setting. School, classroom and home.....the more the better