How does a tiny bear cub grow to become one of the largest animals in the forest? This book explains the life cycle through accessible text and strong illustrations. Page layout is clear and text of different sizes and strengths, dazzlingly sharp on snowy white pages, communicates the status of information. The main text tells the story from the viewpoint of a young bear and could be read first to establish the life cycle. Young listeners and readers could then return to each page to savour the extra information conveyed in more typical ‘topic book’ language and to the illustrations of bears at different stages in the life cycle and engaged in activities such as fishing, climbing and defending their territory. Like the others in the series, this book encourages flexible reading and a welcome reflective approach to learning from non-fiction.
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