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eBook I Hate My Teddy Bear ePub

by David McKee

  • ISBN: 0862640164
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: David McKee
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd (December 1982)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1651 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1652 kb
  • Other: mobi doc lrf rtf
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 289

Description

I Hate My Teddy Bear book. Two children, sent out to play, spend their time arguing over the relative merits of their teddy bears while a galaxy of strange characters and objects passes them by unnoticed.

I Hate My Teddy Bear book.

ISBN13: 9780899192147.

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David John McKee (born 2 January 1935) is a British writer and illustrator, chiefly of children's books and animations. For his contribution as a children's illustrator, he was UK nominee for the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2006. McKee was born and brought up in Tavistock, South Devon, England. After attending the local grammar school he studied at Plymouth College of Art. While still at college, he started selling one-off cartoons, particularly to the national press

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From I Hate My Teddy Bear by David McKee.

Brenda and John are so busy arguing about their teddy bears that they don't realize that something strange is happening around them. More Books by David McKee & Gonzalo Garcia. See All. Elmer's Special Day. 2014. Elmer and the Rainbow.

Angela is not pleased to be given a teddy bear. She'd much rather have a monster. Disappointed with a present of a cuddly teddy bear, Angela wishes for a big, exciting monster instead. When she gets her wish, mayhem ensues and Teddy saves the day. But when a monster does appear and things get out of hand. Ages 3-6.

Why the great SALE? We are feeling very generous this year. Plus, Hate My Teddy is closing up shop. This is your last chance get one of our hand made bears. Pm us what bears and/or their names you'd want. In addition, we have a few sleeping reindeer left to offer at a reduced price as well.

A paperback edition of this title, first published in 1982. Brenda and John are so busy arguing about their teddy bears that they don't notice something very strange is going on behind them. Illustrated throughout in full colour.

Comments

Alianyau Alianyau
Excellent book for children. The story is so typical of kids, plus the pictures have all sorts of funny things happening--you can pour over them for hours. Both older children (around 10) and younger (preschool) will like this book.
Kigabar Kigabar
Kids. Just like adults, kids can be so fickle. They'll focus on the trivial things and get emotional over what seems like a trifle. When they get bored, don't know what to do, or how to play, they imitate, compete, and may even get a little bit nasty. In David McKee's I Hate My Teddy Bear, this is exactly the kind of behavior the two cute, chunky youngsters fall into. When the kids are busy trying to outdo each other in falsely advertising the capabilities of their teddy bears, they become entirely oblivious to their surroundings. And what surroundings they are!! McKee's watercolor illustrations are captivating. There's an element of surrealism in the drawings with brilliantly rendered, distinct characters who immediately attract the eye. Despite a simple and concise narrative, the images and activities on each page invoke the imagination and give the story an extra special touch. This book is a creative exercise for the mind and can teach both kids and adults to view things from a new perspective.