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ISBN:0375932798
Author: Evelyn Scott
ISBN13: 978-0375932793
Title: The Fourteen Bears in Summer and Winter (Deluxe Golden Book)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Golden Books (April 26, 2005)

The Fourteen Bears in Summer and Winter (Deluxe Golden Book) by Evelyn Scott



Fourteen Bears: Summer and Winter. The Story of Fourteen Bears. Fourteen Bears: Summer and Winter by Scott Evelyn (1973-12-01) Hardcover. Southern-born Evelyn Scott was one of the most highly touted literary figures of the 1920s and 1930s. The Fourteen Bears stories were her only children’s books. Virginia Parsons illustrated several Golden Books in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Age Range: 2 - 5 years. Series: Deluxe Golden Book.

Start by marking The Fourteen Bears in Summer and Winter as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Published April 26th 2005 by Golden Books (first published 1973). The Fourteen Bears in Summer and Winter (Deluxe Golden Book). 0375832793 (ISBN13: 9780375832796). Topics and Themes: This book focuses on family. The bears go through both summer and winter doing activities they enjoy. Curricular Use: independent reading. Social:This book is written about about the Ameican Dream bear family.

Once upon a time, in a summer forest, there were fourteen bears. so begins a sweet story of a bear family's life throughout the year, told in loving and simple detail. This book features two popular stories written by noted Southern author Evelyn Scott, and has been out of print for decades.

Scott Evelyn (stories) and Virginia Parsons (illus). Published by Golden Press, New York (1973).

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This book is about a family of bears. It is a cute little book about all the things that they do throughout the year. I enjoyed the illustrations in the book and they were very colorful. On the surface, it's a very repetitive, simple story. Fourteen bears, two parents and twelve children, live in various tree houses and go through seasonal activities. Verdict: I can see a market for this if it was ever brought back into print. JeanLittleLibrary Nov 13, 2011. Very long for storytime but super sweet, two separate tales of 14 Bears in summer and winter. Each bear cub has a separate personality-nice for large families.

Once upon a time, in a summer forest, there were fourteen bears . . . so begins a sweet story of a bear family’s life throughout the year, told in loving and simple detail. This book features two popular stories written by noted Southern author Evelyn Scott, and has been out of print for decades. We’re pleased to reissue this book in response to the requests of several booksellers, and hundreds of people who want it for their children and grandchildren.From the Hardcover edition.
Reviews: 7
Khiceog
Why the heck aren't they printing more of these??!!! This is my favorite kid 's book! There is so much to discover and interact with in this book. The bears all have names , little homes in the trees and fun adventures. When I sit down with my grand kids with this book we're good for almost an hour... wether it's with the 3 yr old or 9 yr old. You will love this dear story w lovely illustrations.
mr.Mine
best book ever! it was worth the money to have some memories from my childhood.
Garr
Purchased for young grand nephew.
Daigrel
This was my daughter's favorite book 20 years ago. Now I have a 3 1/2 yr. old granddaughter who will love it too! A big thanks to Random House for reprinting it!
Kirimath
My all-time favorite kids book from my own childhood! I was very happy when I found they had re-published it - FINALLY! I bought several copies- one for each of my 4 children!
Yozshubei
When I was a child, my mother would ask me once or twice a year to go through my stuff and get rid of any old toys or books that I wasn't interested in anymore. No matter how many times I down-sized my book collection, I couldnt bear to part with, "The Fourteen Bears in Summer and Winter." I loved it's characters, and I especially loved the beautiful illustrations. I could stare at the same two pages of my open book for what seemed like hours! I would always notice something in the illustrations that I hadn't noticed before. It was magical! In my twenties, I remember searching eBay to get another copy for my own daughter. No luck. Amazon said it was out-of-print. I was really amazed that such an awesome book was no longer available! Every child NEEDS THIS BOOK! Now, finally, it has returned. I have THREE children now, and am excited to present my three-year-old son this book for his birthday. I still have my own copy, but I keep it high up on the shelf like a prized trophy. If I had to get rid of my entire book collection, except for one. I think I would keep this book.
Aloo
This adorable story, which has intricatly detailed drawings, is certain to enthrall both adults and young readers. It is a perfect gift for youngsters under age 5 - a book of which children and adults don't seem to tire. Our daughters first read this book nearly 30 years ago, and they still have their original copy, which is now tattered with age and use; it was a dearly loved book.
I had this book when I was little (the "Big Golden Book" 1975 edition), and it was still a favorite through 6th grade when I can remember coloring, cutting out, and stapling together a paper hat to look just like Virignia's. It is the art work that makes this book so great. When I found out there was a reprint I scoured and found a copy for each of my twin daughters, and just in time, shortly there after the 2005 reprint was sold out and prices skyrocketed on eBay and Amazon. The reprint is much smaller than the original which was disappointing and some of the pictures had actually been cropped a little, but I guess it is a small price to pay to have these books for my girls. We have read it to them several times and they like it okay but they are still quite young for it, just a few months past 3 now. They like it when we ask them to find things in the pictures or point to things are ask "what's that?", we are still working on foxes and raccoon not being dogs, don't know why this should be so hard. They like the pond scene in the summer story and they like the Christmas scene in the winter story. In the summer one when they are showing the insides of the houses they go right for the castle looking house and talk about the princess there. I hope as they get older they will be as attached to this book as I was. So, if you can find one affordably, go for it. If you've an independent new book seller in your area maybe they still have one on their shelves, it's worth looking for! Given the cult following this book has and the ridiculous prices new 2005 copies are going for, the publisher really ought to do another release, and heck, go for some merchandising too! I'd buy Fourteen Bears in Summer and Winter merchandise!