It was almost winter and Bear was getting sleepy. But first, Bear had a story to tell . . .
And so Bear sets out to tell his friends, but with winter fast approaching they are all far too busy to listen. By the time Bear is through helping his friends get ready for winter, will anyone still be awake to hear his story?
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Delightful . . . Wonderfully illustrated with spare drawings in earthy watercolor. - New York Times
Gorgeous illustrations and a charming story make this a lovely book to share. - Booksellers' Choice, The Bookseller
The illustrations are steeped in weariness and utterly charming, and the narrative is beautifully written. - Booksellers' Choice, The Bookseller
Stead's compositions exude an ineffable, less-is-more charm, - Kirkus Starred Review, Best Books for 2012
Touching and sensitive . . . A beautiful, calming bedtime read. - Carousel
A warmly illustrated tale about friendship, patience and the changing of the seasons. - EYE
A lovely picture book. - Bookwitch
Gentle and embracing . . . A beautifully executed tale - Children's Books Ireland, INIS
Delightful and amusing . . . beautifully illustrated. - The School Librarian
About the Author
Philip C. Stead and Erin E. Stead won the Caldecott Medal for A Sick Day for Amos McGee, their first book together. Philip is also the author and illustrator of Creamed Tuna Fish andPeas on Toast. They divide their time between Ann Arbor, Michigan, and New York City.