If your toddler thinks they can do just about anything, then you’ll love the third Baby Bear book from the talented author and illustrator team, Tracey Corderoy and Caroline Pedler. Determined little fingers will love touching the soft, fuzzy textures, while bold, simple illustrations and a gorgeously warm story will help small children learn why it’s ok to accept a little help from Mummy sometimes. It’s a big day for Baby Bear. He can now do up buttons all by himself – even the tricky one on his new rucksack! He is so happy. But now Baby Bear wants to do everything himself…
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At the library, Baby Bear raced off to find Barnaby’s favourite bunny book. But it was up VERY high. “Don’t worry, Barnaby,” Baby Bear said. “I’ll get it!” He stood on tippy-toes, but he couldn’t reach. He hopped and he jumped, but he still couldn’t reach. “Oh, bother!” said Baby Bear. He really wanted to get the book all by himself. So Baby Bear built a big tower of cushions, and clambered right tothetop. But suddenly the tower started to sway… Wibble! Wobble! “Oh, no!” cried Baby Bear. And down he tumbled… …bump!