Frank, a small red fox, and Bert, a large brown bear are best friends, and they love playing hide and seek. The only problem is that Bert seems to be short of a plank or two because Frank always finds him without any difficulty, hiding in full sight. Bert says it’s because counting to ten isn’t long enough for him to find good places, so Frank agrees to count to one hundred instead. Off Bert goes over hill and vale, across rivers and streams, page after page on the chase. What Bert doesn’t know is that he has given away his route, and Frank finds him yet again. But wily Frank, who really is a good friend, decides to ‘give up’, making Bert very happy: ‘even though I love winning, I love my best friend more’. In a super twist ending, Bert shows that he isn’t quite as stupid as he appears and we enjoy his triumph. Great imagination, good empathy, and very funny pictures make for a winner.
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