Bubbly Troubly Polar Bear

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Bubbly Troubly Polar Bear

Bubbly Troubly Polar Bear
Author:
Lisa Dalrymple
Illustrator:
Elizabeth Pratt
Imprint:
Tuckamore Books
Format:
8.5 x 8.5
ISBN:
1-77103-017-8
ISBN 13:
978-1-77103-017-5
# of pages:
32 pages
Published:
October 2013
Our Price
$ 12.95

Item Detail

  1. Overview
  2. About the Author
  3. About the Illustrator
  4. Book Review
  • Overview

    It’s Bring Your Kids to Work Day and Dad is taking Nat and her polar bear to Mr. McDermott’s Detergents and Soaps. Nat promises Bear will be no trouble until she hears that Floppery Flippery Slippery Slop sound, and she wonders just who else Bear has brought with him. Surely a big polar bear and all his pesky friends couldn’t get into too much bubbly troubly in a soap factory, right?

  • About the Author

    Lisa Dalrymple lives in Fergus Ontario with her husband and three creative kids. She loves to travel and has trekked through Europe, the Andes, the Amazon and parts of Asia. She keeps saying that one day she will visit the Arctic to see polar bears in their natural habitat. Her previous books include If It’s No Trouble…A Big Polar Bear (Creative 2012) and Skink on the Brink (Fitzhenry & Whiteside 2013).

     

    Website: http://lisadalrymple.com/

  • About the Illustrator

    Elizabeth Pratt is a Visual Artist from St. John’s Newfoundland. She attended the New Brunswick College of Craft & Design in Fredericton. “'Normal' is just a dryer setting.” Something Elizabeth lives by-finding humor in what others find strange, she has learned to laugh at herself. Life is funny draw about it!

    Her previous illustrated works include, The Jelly Bean Row (Creative, 2011) and If it’s no Trouble…A Big Polar Bear (Creative, 2012). A Bubbly Troubly Polar Bear is her third book.

  • Book Review

    "Lisa Dalrymple’s rhyming text is lighthearted and engaging...Pratt’s illustrations are bright, colourful and action-packed. The rhyming text gives the illustrator a lot of scope to provide readers with more detail about the narrative."

    Myra Junyk
    CM Magazine

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