Then here’s one of me and my mom.
It seemed to me that we had lots of books in our house. My sisters would read them first and then they would pass them down to me. Sometimes my grandmother would give me books for my birthday.
When my children came along, we read books together, too. My son would climb into my lap and we would read his counting book over and over and over again. My husband was really good at doing voices – especially Morris and Boris. My daughter giggled every time. (So did I.)
After waiting the summer, this book finally arrived at our local bookstore. I had thought I would find it in August when it was supposed to be here, but to no avail. Then I got busy and forgot. I think it has been out in the UK for a while but it’s new to us here in the USA.
It’s a classic tale but they’ve done a great job with it. I enjoy just looking at the lovely photos of the R. John Wright bears and doll too. The staging and sets are amazing.
If you haven’t seen it already, and you enjoy children’s books, you might want to flip through it next time you’re in a book store. That is if you are curious. As they say in the book, “A little curiosity can be a wonderful thing . . .”