Reviews of The Big Hungry Bear Storysack (Storysacks)

I have enjoyed this book with my children and now my grandchildren. The illustrations are beautiful!! The story is quick and easy to read. My son could read the whole book to me by the time he was 3 years old. (some days I would have to read it to him 3 or 4 times) The book will be handed down to my next generation of great-grand babies, as well as any of my friends little ones.

Kathleen M Gatz United States. 10th February 2015

This story is about a mouse who is scared that the Big Hungry Bear is going to take his strawberry, so after attempting to hide it, the mouse cuts it in two and shares it with the reader. This is a popular story with children and they love the excitement of Big Hungry Bear, even though they never get to see him. The props included in the sack help to bring the story to life and make it more interactive. This story is a great starting point for discussions around feeling frightened, especially of things that may not be real and are just in their imaginations.

Practical Pre-School Magazine. 1st December 2003

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