Today I am delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for Bob The Bear’s Adventures by Alice Chambers.
This beautiful and engaging story, the first in the Bob the
Bear series, is written by a former Kindergarten manager
and teacher specifically to appeal to pre-schoolers. Bob the
Bear’s Adventures is a fabulous way to engage with young
children, inspire them to play, and offers so many
opportunities to entertain, educate and explore! With
photos bringing the story to life, children will enjoy being
read this story by teachers, carers, parents and loved ones.
Bob the Bear tries to hide in Alice’s garden but is always
discovered… and seems to love climbing more than hiding!
Please join Bob the Bear on his hiding expeditions and see
if you can find him! He is sure to bring a smile and a giggle
for both little ones and big ones when playing hide and
This is such a lovely, sweet book and Bob the Bear is simply adorable Dedicated to a much loved and missed husband, father and grandfather, this is a book that is filled with heart and adventurous fun for fledgling book lovers.
Together you will embark on a game of hide and seek with Bob The Bear. In his snazzy waistcoat and glasses he is such a loveable little fella and they’ll be lots of fun and giggles as you search for Bob enjoying a spot of playtime outside in the garden. The photographs are lovely and Bob is mischievous in his game as he soon becomes a climbing bear rather than hiding bear. An absolutely delightful and beautifully put together picture book to share with your little cubs.
Thank you so much to the team at LiterallyPR for inviting me to take part in this blog tour.
About the author
Alice Chambers has always loved little ones and went to
Teacher’s Training college, after which she ran a kindergarten
and taught six year olds in West London. Alice started writing
children’s stories over 43 years ago, including a book called
Scratch McPatch and Sniff McWhiff.
Bob the Bear’s Adventures is dedicated to Alice’s
husband, Bob, who wore glasses and loved wearing his
waistcoats. Now Alice is a Nonna and loves being with her
grandchildren Elliot and Zara. Bob the Bear was created after
Alice knitted a large bear with a waistcoat and glasses for the
children to play with. Bob the Bear tries to hide in Alice’s garden
but is always discovered and seems to love climbing more than
Please join Bob the Bear on his hiding expeditions and
see if you can find him! Maybe you can think of some fun places
for Bob to hide so he doesn’t get found when playing hide and
seek? He is sure to bring a smile and a giggle for both little ones
and big ones when playing hide and seek.