For Bears in the Night, Dr. Seuss collaborators Stan and Jan Berenstain recount the tale of seven little bears that slip out in the night to investigate a spooky sound. Beginning readers will love tagging along on the bears’ nighttime adventure, and they’ll also get plenty of practice with prepositions. With captivating illustrations and easy-to-follow text, Bears in the Night is perfect for reading any time of day.
Tie-in Activity: Play an “opposite game” with your baby. For example, place something in a cup, and let your baby dump it out. Put a hat on your head, then let baby take it off. Say the words one at a time, and remember to have fun. This is also a great story to show an older child who is afraid of the dark that nighttime noises really aren’t as scary as they sound.