Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day

Today is Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day so we have put together a list of all our favourite bear stories. We would love to know which bear stories you would add to the list.

Unfortunately my favourite picture book version of The Teddy Bears’ Picnic is no longer available to buy new.

The Teddy Bears' Picnic

by Jimmy Kennedy [Uplands Books]
£0.01 ·  EUR 0,59 ·  EUR 0,42 ·  EUR 1,46 ·  $0.02

Little Bear’s Trousers by Jane Hissey

Little Bear's Trousers

by Jane Hissey [Scribblers]
£5.99 ·  EUR 7,89 ·  EUR 8,92 ·  EUR 8,36 ·  $7.50

Hugless Douglas by David Melling

Hugless Douglas

by David Melling [Hodder Children's Books]
£1.50 ·  EUR 6,60 ·  EUR 7,22 ·  EUR 8,30 ·  $6.12

Let’s Go Home Little Bear by Martin Waddell

Let's Go Home, Little Bear (Big Bear & Little Bear)

by Martin Waddell [Walker Books Ltd]
£9.99 ·  EUR 29,85 ·  EUR 51,80 ·  EUR 65,56 ·  $45.06

Boris Saves the Show by Carrie Weston

Boris Saves the Show

by Carrie Weston [Oxford University Press]
£5.99 ·  EUR 8,20 ·  EUR 8,96 ·  EUR 8,40 ·  $9.24

A Pocket for Corduroy by Don Freeman

A Pocket for Corduroy

by Don Freeman [Penguin]
£4.18 ·  EUR 2,93 ·  EUR 2,00 ·  EUR 2,77 ·  $1.21

Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson

Bear Snores On

by Karma Wilson [Simon & Schuster Childrens Books]
£4.49 ·  EUR 7,00 ·  EUR 7,57 ·  EUR 7,18 ·  $7.14

I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen

I Want My Hat Back

by Jon Klassen [Walker Books Ltd]
£5.03 ·  - ·  EUR 7,77 ·  EUR 8,30 ·  $5.00

 

11 thoughts on “Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day

  1. Paddington Bear is always a favourite & we always love the bears in the Golidilock story our favourite ones with a twist are Anthony Browne’s Me and You & Leigh Hodgkinson’s Goldilocks and Just the One Bear

    • Yes, Paddington is a favourite from my childhood and we also like Goldilocks and Just the One Bear. I don’t know Me and You but I’m intrigued now that I’ve looked it up :)

  2. I wonder if you mean Michael Rosen’s We’re Going on a Bear-hunt? The bear in that always looks a bit sheepish to me – like he just wanted company and his intentions were mistaken. Have read it many, many times!

    • I think you’re right, the bear in Going on a Bear Hunt just wants somebody to play with :) The bear in Bear’s Day Out gets lost in the city, it’s a different story. We have borrowed it from the library a couple of times.

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