Bears In The Night

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.