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A Visitor for Bear by Bonny Becker

A Visitor for Bear (2008)

by Bonny Becker

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Bear is someone who doesnt like visitors and when one day a tiny mouse comes over bear still feels the same. Bear thinks the mouse leaves, but for some reason keeps coming back. The mouse becomes too happy and bear starts to enjoy him. i think this would be a great read aloud for kids and it shows patience and unexpected friendship.
  mackenzie27 | Jun 7, 2015 |
Cute story, read in British accent for fun. Themes of togetherness, friendship, and sharing common interest. ( )
  ashbrau | Jun 5, 2015 |
Bear has a no visitors sign on his door and one morning receives a visitor; a mouse. Bear told him to go away. He went back to his business and found mouse in the cupboard. Bear told him to leave. Bear then found mouse in the bread drawer. Bear yelled at him to leave. Bear then opened the fridge and there was mouse. Bear yelled at him to leave. Bear locked the door, boarded the window, sealed the chimney, plugged the bathtub. No sight of mouse in the cupboard, bread drawer or fridge. But there was mouse in the teakettle. Bear broke down in frustration. Mouse asked for a piece of cheese and a cup of tea and promised the bear that he would leave after that. Bear accepted. Bear and mouse enjoyed each others company and when it was time for mouse to leave Bear was devastated and tore up his no visitors sign and welcomed friends.
  APatricia | May 16, 2015 |
CC and a few others of ILL - also there are more in the series.
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Apr 14, 2015 |
Bear does not want visitors! He has it posted on his door. But a persistent little mouse cannot take NO! for an answer. Finally Bear gives in, and realizes that he likes the company of Mouse! This is a sweet book about different personalities and how good it is to take the time to get to know someone. Very good for primary classes. ( )
  dorthys | Mar 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.
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!

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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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