Beebee Bear Cover

Beebee Bear

Beebee Bear is a picture book text wonderfully illustrated by Cat Chapman. Jill Eggleton takes us on a comical rescue when a boy named Baxter loses his beloved Beebee bear on a bus.

    Beebee was a bear with fuzzy-wuzzy, curly-wurly orange hair. Baxter took Beebee with him everywhere in a grasshopper green backpack. But one day when Baxter and his dad were getting off the bus, the grasshopper green backpack tipped over and Beebee fell out.

    “Stop!” shouted Baxter.

    But the bus didn't stop.

If you love this story, click Add to Cart to buy this full colour softcover, 240 mm x 225 mm book, including audio of Jill Eggleton reading the story. Or click here to save and buy the classroom set for Year 1.

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Ages: 3-8 | Pages: 24
Code: GE0186 | ISBN: 9781988576039

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Jill Eggleton

Author Jill Eggleton, QSO, is an internationally recognised literacy consultant, teacher and author. She has won Storylines\u2019 top award, the Margaret Mahy Medal, given annually for lifetime achievement and an outstanding contribution to New Zealand children\u2019s literature and literacy.