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Bear Takes a Trip

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Bear and his friend are taking a trip to the mountains. Tell the time with them as they make their way to their destination on many different types of transport and have lots of fun when they get there! Simple rhyming text guides young readers through this engaging story. Time-telling elements are relevant to KS1 and make this book a great educational resource. A charming new addition to the ever-popular Bear series. Series available in bilingual editions.

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About Stella Blackstone

Stella Blackstone has written many best-selling books for Barefoot Books, including the highly successful Bear series, My Granny went to Market (Barefoot Books, 1995) and Can You See the Red Balloon? (Barefoot Books, 1997). Her books continue to be translated into many languages. She lives in the Cotswolds with her three children. Debbie Harter continues to

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