Little Bear has a favorite chair, and he doesn’t want anyone else to sit on it. When his stubbornness gets in the way of his friendships, Little Bear has to decide what’s more important to him.
A short story that teaches the value of friendship, and the importance of sharing.
OH My Gosh. How wonderful is this book. The storyline, the message and the illustrations are perfect for kids of all ages. Raising kids today is not an easy thing to do. Having wonderful storybooks like our Little Bear’s Chair story are a fun and marvelous way to help children learn valuable lifelong lessons that will stick with them for years to come.
Little Bear has a favorite Chair. One he doesn’t want to anyone else to sit so he lets his friends know the chair is off limits. But this causes trouble between Little Bear and his friends. Little Bear soon learns that friends are more valuable than object and it’s actually fun to share with your friends. The words and the illustrations in the book are just perfect for a young child to read and learn from in a fun and colorful way.
I highly recommend Little Bear and His Chair to anyone that is around small children and that includes teachers, nannies, parents, grandparents and even babysitters. Your kids will love it!
I absolutely adored this book and I know that small children will not only love the story but the illustrations as well. The story has a wonderful moral that small children would definitely learn from. I know that my granddaughter who is three is learning about sharing and not being selfish at her pre-school so this book would be perfect for her.
Little Bear has a favorite chair that he loves so much. He doesn’t want anyone else to sit in it because he’s afraid they will break it, and he won’t have it anymore. So he tells all of his friends that it is his and no one can sit in his chair. He soon finds out that friends are more important than objects and learns to share. Just what all children need to learn from a very young age. It is beautifully a written book and is written in a way that small children will be able to understand.
I highly recommend it to parents and grandparents who has very small children and want them to learn about sharing and not being selfish.
Claressa Swensen resides in Northern Utah with her husband, baby girl, and her two dogs. She has written four children’s books, including Teensy the Littlest Fairy and Dino Dino Doing Homework. Her books are currently available in seven Barnes & Noble locations across Utah. Her work has been featured in Readers Favorite and over 10 different reading blogs.