Christmas at the Bear family household is simple this year, but Mother Bear and Father Bear create holiday spirit by hanging decorations made from outgrown clothes and a tree assembled from gathered branches dusted with flour.
Little Bear worries whether Santa will come, and ultimately proves to be the most resourceful of them all, by ensuring there are gifts under the tree.
On Christmas day everyone has a present—a mended kite for Brother Bear; a once-missing umbrella for Sister Bear; a favourite old hat for Father Bear; and, for Mother Bear, a long-lost button that has been conspicuously missing from her red dress.
This charming tale demonstrates that even the smallest person can give big gifts through love and ingenuity.
Hardcover | 48 pages | 19 x 23cm