Tutu-clad Lily – who seems to be ambidextrous – loves drawing. She draws all sorts of things including a bear, which comes to life. Bear happily joins in with Lily’s games, like sailing on carpet seas, attending royal tea parties and racing around on tricycles. Then Bear decides it’s time to do Bear things instead, so they have a lovely time together picking huckleberries, catching slippery fish and scratching their backs on trees. This is a charming, simple story about the give and take of friendship, and the power of imagination. The childlike illustrations would surely inspire budding young artists – and as the jacket blurb explains, some of Lily’s crayon drawings are actually by Lisa Stubbs’ own children.
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