Authors: Martin Waddell
There are two bears living in the forest, one is called Big Bear and the other is called Little Bear. During the day, they play together; in the evening, Big Bear leads the little Bear back to the Bear Cave. However, Little Bear was always unable to sleep because he was afraid of the dark, so Big Bear lit a small lamp for him. But Little Bear still couldn't sleep, still afraid of the dark. Big Bear then lights a bigger lamp for him and finally, even the lamp king lights up, but the little bear still says he is afraid of the dark-the darkness outside the bear cave. Now Big Bear is embarrassed, because even if the lights in the world are lit, it will not light up the darkness of the outside world. How was the problem solved? Finally, Big Bear took Little Bear outside of the bear cave, and hugged Little Bear. Facing the dark night outside, only the stars and the moon were in the sky. Under the gentle moonlight, Little Bear felt naturally warm and safe in the arms of Big Bear and he falls asleep contentedly in his arms. It is the warm embrace of Big Bear that Little Bear really needs! This bedtime picture story is heartwarming and touching, and it is worth reading and re-reading.
Recommended for ages: 3-6