Bear gives a tour through each room in his house, describing what he likes, such as the comfortable chair in the study.
Young readers can follow Bear as he takes them on a tour of his house, showing them the playroom with its "great big toy chest" and the bedroom "where Bear says goodnight!," in an adorable introduction to vocabulary words.
"Learn to count from one to ten with little houses around the world! Visit a variety of charming little houses around the world - right the way from one Scottish crofter's cottage to ten town houses beside a canal in Amsterdam. Created by talented papercut artist Helen Musselwhite, each beautiful scene has lots of details to spot and count together. Also includes fun facts about each type of house for extra spotting fun." -- Provided by the publisher.
"An elephant in the sky? A peacock in the sea? Are creatures hiding where they shouldn't be? Lift the large flaps, follow the romping rhyme, and find each face that's out of place. Graphic artist Craig Shuttlewood whisks kids from desert to forest to ocean deep--and finally to the zoo, where the only one who doesn't fit is You!"