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I've Seen Santa! by David Bedford
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I've Seen Santa!

by David Bedford

Other authors: Tim Warnes (Illustrator)

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a bear family is getting ready for santa but they don't get quite what they expect when they hear footsteps in the living room
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  TUCC | Jul 25, 2017 |
Cute Christmas board book. ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
This is a nice Christmas story. The bear family is having a hard time sleeping on Christmas Eve as they wait for Santa to arrive. I like that the mother and father are the ones that have the most trouble sleeping knowing that Santa is coming. It's a cute story that I think adults would enjoy reading to their children as much as their children would enjoy hearing it. In any case, I enjoyed it. ( )
  matthewbloome | May 19, 2013 |
Review: This book is about a Little Bear, a Mommy Bear, and a Big Bear. On Christmas Eve Little Bear puts out cookies and milk for santa and goes to bed but he never goes to sleep. Little bears hears something so he goes to see what it is but it is Big Bear drinking milk because he was thirsty. Big Bear sends Little Bear back to bed. Little Bear comes out because he hears something again and this time Big Bear was eating the cookies because he was hungry and Mommy Bear sends them both back to bed. Big Bear and Little Bear hear something so they come out and see Mommy Bear putting something in the stockings. They decide that they are all going to stay up in the living room and wait to see santa. But they all fall asleep and never see santa but santa sees them

Genre: Modern Fantasy
Genre Critique: This book is a fantasy book because the bears in the story have human like characteristics. The bears live in a furnished house like humans do. The bears also can talk and they know who santa is. The bears can think like humans can as well. ( )
  katherine.fuller | Nov 20, 2012 |
Very cute story about one little bear who cannot sleep. He keeps coming downstairs to investigate noises, but it is just Big Bear not Santa. Big Bear, Little Bear and Mama Bear all end up waiting for Santa. They never see him, but Santa sees them. They all fall fast asleep waiting. Probably won't read for storytime seems to ruin the Santa illusion. ( )
  dangerlibearian | Dec 9, 2010 |
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Little bear wants to see Santa and keeps getting up from bed catching big bear drinking the milk and eating the cookies. Eventually the whole bear family sleeps downstairs and never sees santa because they all fall asleep. SUPER CUTE story!
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Little Bear is so full of questions and concerns about Santa that he cannot fall asleep on Christmas Eve.

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