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A Visitor for Bear (2008)

by Bonny Becker

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Bear hates visitors. One day, mouse comes knocking on bear's door and bear tells him to go away. As bear starts to make his breakfast, the mouse ends up in the cupboards, the tea kettle, and the fireplace. As many times as bear tells mouse to leave, the mouse ends up in bear's house, no matter how much bear locks up his house. Eventually mouse and Bear share cheese and tea and Bear starts to like mouse. When mouse is leaving bear begs him to stay and the two become good friends.
  whitacre | Jan 25, 2016 |
Bear hated visitors. He even had a sign that said "No Visitors Allowed". A mouse came and Bear turned him away, but he kept returning. What will bear do about the mouse appearing everywhere?
  bcelaya | Nov 21, 2015 |
26 month - an enjoyable read and well illustrated. We read Gruff The Grump a couple of weeks ago and the two stories have many similarities (both are about a grumpy bear who just wants to be alone but a persistent new friend enters his life). ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
Due to Mouse's persistence, Bear's attitude towards visitors changes in the delightful read-aloud A Visitor for Bear. Kindergartners and first graders love to watch where mouse will turn up next. Kids identify with Bear's gradual warming and Mouse's perseverance. Friendship, after all, can require our flexibility. ( )
  KristinAkerHowell | Aug 15, 2015 |
Due to Mouse's persistence, Bear's attitude towards visitors changes in the delightful read-aloud A Visitor for Bear. Kindergartners and first graders love to watch where mouse will turn up next. Kids identify with Bear's gradual warming and Mouse's perseverance. Friendship, after all, can require our flexibility. ( )
  KristinAkerHowell | Aug 15, 2015 |
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For Doug, my very own bear- BB
To Rowan - KD
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No one ever came to Bear's house.
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Bear cleared his throat. The mouse looked most attentive. No one had ever been most attentive to Bear. "The fire is nice," Bear announced. "Lovely," said the mouse. No one had ever said Bear's fires were lovely.
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Cheery persistence wears down a curmudgeonly bear in a wry comedy of manners that ends in a most unlikely friendship.

Bear is quite sure he doesn’t like visitors. He even has a sign. So when a mouse taps on his door one day, Bear tells him to leave. But when Bear goes to the cupboard to get a bowl, there is the mouse — small and gray and bright-eyed. In this slapstick tale that begs to be read aloud, all Bear wants is to eat his breakfast in peace, but the mouse — who keeps popping up in the most unexpected places — just won’t go away!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:23 -0400)

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Bear's efforts to keep out visitors to his house are undermined by a very persistent mouse.

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