Another wonderful picture book from the makers of the Big Bear and Little Bear series. Sam wants to do something on his own, but everywhere he goes, his big brothers go too! He goes collecting grass...but Arthur and Henry go with him and they collect more than he does.
It's the same with nuts, and daisies...so one morning Sam sneaks out very early and goes voling on his own. But then he realises that he misses his brothers if they're not there!
This charming story by an award-winning team will appeal to every younger sibling who occasionally feels overshadowed.
About the Author and Illustrator
Martin Waddell and Barbara Firth have worked together on a number of picture books: Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?; Let's Go Home, Little Bear; You and Me, Little Bear; Well Done, Little Bear; The Park in the Dark; We Love The and Tom Rabbit . Martin Waddell won the Smarties Book Prize a second time for Farmer Duck and Barbara Firth was shortlisted for the same award for A Song for Little Toad.
"This team of author and illustrator never disappoints... The story conveys so clearly the joys and fears of seeking independence while emphasising the fact that brothers and sisters can be loved and loving." Best Books, Child Education; "A reverberating story." The School Librarian
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 7th October 2002
Dimensions (cm): 21.5 x 26.0 x 0.4
Weight (kg): 0.157