Little Bear's Little Boat

Little Bear s Little Boat Little Bear loves his little boat He rows it around Huckleberry Lake fishing and dreaming But then Little Bear begins to grow and grow until one day he doesn t fit in his little boat any All childre

  • Title: Little Bear's Little Boat
  • Author: Eve Bunting Nancy Carpenter
  • ISBN: 9780395974629
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Little Bear loves his little boat He rows it around Huckleberry Lake, fishing and dreaming But then Little Bear begins to grow and grow, until one day he doesn t fit in his little boat any All children who experience growing pains will appreciate Little Bear s predicament And they will smile with satisfaction as the solution to his problem unfolds in simple, lyricaLittle Bear loves his little boat He rows it around Huckleberry Lake, fishing and dreaming But then Little Bear begins to grow and grow, until one day he doesn t fit in his little boat any All children who experience growing pains will appreciate Little Bear s predicament And they will smile with satisfaction as the solution to his problem unfolds in simple, lyrical words and charming pictures from two award winning picture book creators.

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    About "Eve Bunting Nancy Carpenter"

    1. Eve Bunting Nancy Carpenter

      Also known as Evelyn Bolton and A.E Bunting.Anne Evelyn Bunting, better known as Eve Bunting, is an author with than 250 books Her books are diverse in age groups, from picture books to chapter books, and topic, ranging from Thanksgiving to riots in Los Angeles Eve Bunting has won several awards for her works.Bunting went to school in Ireland and grew up with storytelling In Ireland, There used to be Shanachies the shanachie was a storyteller who went from house to house telling his tales of ghosts and fairies, of old Irish heroes and battles still to be won Maybe I m a bit of a Shanchie myself, telling stories to anyone who will listen This storytelling began as an inspiration for Bunting and continues with her work.In 1958, Bunting moved to the United States with her husband and three children A few years later, Bunting enrolled in a community college writing course She felt the desire to write about her heritage Bunting has taught writing classes at UCLA She now lives in Pasadena, California.

    228 thoughts on “Little Bear's Little Boat”

    1. Little Bear loves sailing his boat on Huckleberry Lane. He loves, loves, loves his little boat. It is just perfect for him. But, as Little Bear begins to grow--slowly but surely--his little boat loses its just right-ness. Little Bear doesn't understand why it is his destiny to grow and his boat's destiny to stay exactly the same. But he does accept this truth and adds to it. It is the boat's destiny to find a new little bear. And it is equally important to let that new little bear know that he t [...]


    2. "Little Bear loves his little boat. He rows it around Huckleberry Lake, fishing and dreaming. But then Little Bear begins to grow and grow, until one day he doesn’t fit in his little boat anymore! All children who experience growing pains will appreciate Little Bear’s predicament. And they will smile with satisfaction as the solution to his problem unfolds in simple, lyrical words and charming pictures from two award-winning picture-book creators."My Review: I am so glad I picked up this boo [...]


    3. I thought this book was lovely. Very short, but it had a good moral about everything having its 'destiny'.SPOILER:It was about a little bear who had a beloved boat, but one day he grew up and couldn't fit it anymore. His mother said the boat's destiny was to stay the same size and the bear's destiny was to grow up. The bear went in search of another bear to own his old boat. Splendid story, I was very touched by the good message it sends to young children. Not just about everything having its pu [...]


    4. A wonderfully touching tale of sentimentality, growth, and change. Handles the topic of forced movement through life's stages without being preachy about it. Adorable illustrations that really convey the story. (view spoiler)[Though where is the paddle when Big Bear is handing off the boat?At the very end, it seems that Big Bear has begun a life of drudgery, lacking the playful lackadaisical outlet of his boat. Carrying a toolbox and working for the man, gazing upon the carefree lifestyle he use [...]


    5. As Elmer Fudd would say, bear has a widdo boat. He woves his widdo boat. But den he got bwigger and bwigger until he sunk his boat. Ma says it's his destiny to gwow bwig. He tinks da boat's destiny is to be on da lake. So he finds anodder widdo bear and gives him his boat. No wabbits in dis story, but there should have been, den Elmer could 'ave hunted dem. I am a widdo tired. I been teaching for 165 days or someding like dat. I weally shouldn't write when I feel dis way. Does anyone wead deese [...]


    6. Love this book. It is a perfect read right now for my toddler daughter, now big sister, learning all sorts of tasks about being a big girl. It is her destiny to grow up and another little girl may be blessed by her little girl things and love them as she does. Typed on Kindle Fire.Thanks to HMH for providing a copy for review.Originally posted: creativemadnessmama/blog/2


    7. This book is wonderful! It's a board book, but for a slightly older child than board books normally are I think -- full sentences on each page (often more than one), and it tells a lovely story of a little bear who grows up and becomes too large for his favorite toy (a boat). The illustrations remind me a lot of Red Fox and His Canoe, which was a childhood favorite.


    8. Little Bear's Little Boat is a great book for a 2 to 4 year old. Little Bear grows up and he outgrows his very-much-loved boat and decides to give it to another little bear who is just the right size for it. I love this book because it is simply written and drawn and encourages kids to share. My son loves this book and he also really enjoys giving away his old toys to younger kids. Coincidence?


    9. I love this author and I love this book. It's about outgrowing toys and outgrowing childhood. It melts me into a sentimental mess."You are too big a bear now to fit in that little boat," Mother said. "It is a little bear's destiny to grow and grow till he is a BIG BEAR. It is a little boat's destiny to stay the same size."


    10. It is Little Bear's destiny to grow into a big bear! Unfortunately, it is not a little boat's destiny to do the same thing. This is a book about letting go of things that you love because you are too big but letting others enjoy what you have loved so much. Everything and everyone has a destiny, and it is not always true that those destinies will coincide. A very profound book for children!


    11. Sweet story about a little bear who loves his boat until he gets a little too big for it. He passes it on to a new little bear, so the boat can continue to fulfill his destiny of sailing on the blue lake.Gentle, painted images accompany the text with clear colors and slightly minimalist drawings.A lot of text - maybe too much for story time? And slightly small-format.


    12. Little bear loves spending time in his little boat on the lake but when he gets to big for it, he has to find a new owner to pass it onto. Families and kids loved this today at Preschool Story Class. Out theme was opposites. (Little/Big)


    13. This gentle tale of a little bear growing up is very heartwarming and reassuring for little ones as they mature and share with those younger than them. Follow this with “Big Bear’s Big Boat” to find another great tale of growing up and following one’s dream.


    14. The two boys that were at the beginning of storytime, seemed entranced by this quiet story. Little bear loves his little boat, but then something happens - he grows. He decides he needs to find another little bear to love the little boat and makes a bigger boat for himself.


    15. A sweet story about growing up, yet allowing those who are younger to enjoy the things we loved when we were little. The illustrations are nice and clear.This book could be used for a storytime related to: bears, boats, water or growing up.


    16. This is a great little book that brings up destiny. My little guy, who won't sit still for anything loves this book and begs to read it. There is another follow up book called Big Bears Big Boat, which is a nice addition.


    17. Paying it forward, thinking of others, and going out of your way to do things for others. Cute story and pictures.



    18. A deeper and sweeter story than you usually get in a board book. I was pleasantly surprised and surprisingly moved.






    19. Loved the storyline and the illustrations. It was a joy to read to my toddler (over and over and over again)!



    20. The lovely little bear! This book is so wonderful! It is not only for children, It is also a good message for adult to think when something change, we must let it go.


    21. I like that this book teaches children about growing up and out of smaller things. It also teaches about giving and enjoying people enjoy the things that they are given.





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