The bear is behaving very strangely indeed: collecting moss, logs, and branches to build a winter house. The other animals think this is silly, and laugh at him, but when winter comes, bear is cozy in his house while the other animals suffer in the cold. Being a very kind bear, he invites the others in; but unfortunately for the bear, they are too excited to sleep—it seems he will get no rest at all this winter. But when spring arrives, he finds a solution.
John Yeoman and Quentin Blake’s previous collaborations include The Bear’s Water Picnic, The Bear’s Winter House, The Heron and the Crane, Mouse Trouble, Our Village, and The Wild Washerwoman. Best known for his Roald Dahl illustrations, Quentin Blake has won the Whitbread Award, the Kate Greenaway Medal, and the Emil/Kurt Maschler Award, among numerous others.
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