What is the moral of The Very Cranky Bear?

What is the moral of The Very Cranky Bear?

The Very Cranky Bear is a humorous, rhyming story with an important message of listening carefully to your friends’ needs and thinking of problems from their point of view. The book approaches negative emotions in an age-appropriate way, providing opportunities for children to discuss what makes them feel cranky.

What age is The Very Cranky Bear for?

Ages 3+
When four friends encounter a cranky bear, Moose, Lion and Zebra all think they know how to cheer him up. But it is plain, boring Sheep who has the answer. Ages 3+.

How many cranky bear books are there?

Vibrant illustrations and fun, engaging stories make these seven books perfect for reading aloud. The original hardback The Very Cranky Bear was first published in 2008 and has become an international bestseller.

Who illustrated The Very Cranky Bear?

Nick BlandThe Very Cranky Bear / IllustratorNick Bland is an Australian cartoonist and writer, Born in 1973 in Lilydale, Victoria. His books include The Very Cranky Bear, The Very Itchy Bear, The Very Hungry Bear, The Very Brave Bear, and The Very Sleepy Bear. Google Books

What is the problem in the very cranky bear?

This book has a very clear problem in it that the four friends need to solve – they need to figure out how to convince the bear to let them play inside. And to solve this problem, the friends need to figure out what the bear’s problem is as well – what’s making him so cranky and how can they make him happier?

Where does the very cranky bear live?

tropical Darwin
Since then, Nick illustrated I Lost My Kisses and created The Very Cranky Bear. He lives in tropical Darwin, where he works as a guardian for 120 aboriginal boys who board nearby. He loves both of his jobs and hopes to combine them in the near future.

What is the problem in The Very Cranky Bear?

Where does The Very Cranky Bear live?

How many pages does the very cranky bear have?

32 pages
Product Information

Publisher ‎Hodder Children’s Books (6 May 2010)
Language ‎English
Paperback ‎32 pages
ISBN-10 ‎0340989432
ISBN-13 ‎978-0340989432

How many books has Nick Bland written?

The Very Cranky Bear2008The Very Hungry Bear2012The Very Itchy Bear2010The Very Noisy Bear2015The Very Sleepy Bear2017The Very Brave Bear2013
Nick Bland/Books

Where Is the Green Sheep?

Where Is the Green Sheep? is a children’s picture book by Mem Fox and Judy Horacek. It is about various coloured sheep doing various things, with the protagonist, the green sheep, not being seen until the final pages.

How old is Nick Bland?

About 49 years (1973)Nick Bland / Age

Is Nick Bland Colour blind?

I’m colour blind. I see colours but slightly differently to most people.

What is the purpose of Where Is the Green Sheep?

Where is the Green Sheep? By Mem Fox and Judy Horacek – published by Puffin Books – 2004. This is a fun rhyming book that revolves around the search for the ever elusive green sheep. On the search, we are introduced to different sheep on every page doing silly activities that will delight both children and adults.

Is Nick Bland Australian?

Nick Bland was born on a farm in the Australian Yarra Valley in 1973. The son of an artist and a primary school teacher, he spent his early childhood climbing haystacks and making mischief in his father’s studio. When he moved to “the bush” at age 6, he discovered a wonderful new world and his creativity bloomed.

How many books should you read to your child?

For kids in kindergarten and younger, the recommendation is to read five books to your child a day. By reading five books a day, it’s thought that they’ll have heard one million more words than a child who was never read to by the time they’re 5.

What does Where Is the Green Sheep teach children?

Learning intentions For children to develop knowledge of directional and descriptive concepts (up/down, blue/green). For children to develop book handling skills and early understanding of directionality.

Where Is the Green Sheep message?

PARATEXT. The reader is introduced to a number of different kinds of sheep (making use of various simple adjectives), but at various points asked, ‘But where is the green sheep? ‘ The green sheep appears on the final page, of course. The sheep looks green because it is fast asleep under a green bush.