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by Virginia Miller


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From Publishers Weekly. We are going on 3 years of reading this book and my son still pretends to be Bartholomew or George. The stories are super cute and fun to read.

From Publishers Weekly.

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Even when Bartholomew the bear is having a very bad day, patient George lets him know that he is still loved.

Children's stories, American, Bartholomew (Fictitious character : Miller). Even when Bartholomew the bear is having a very bad day, patient George lets him know that he is still loved.

A collection of five favourite tales. Discover that when all is said and done George loves little Ba just the way he is.

Bartholomew Bear 5 Toddler Tales by Virginia Miller (Hardback, 2000). A collection of five favourite tales. As with any toddler, there are times when Bartholomew is good and times when he's not. Product Identifiers.

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Find nearly any book by VIRGINIA MILLER (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781406311877 (978-1-4063-1187-7) Softcover, Walker, 2008.

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George Adelbert "Bart" Bartholomew (June 1, 1919 – October 2, 2006) was an American biologist. He was born in Independence, Missouri and earned his . degrees from the University of California, Berkeley

George Adelbert "Bart" Bartholomew (June 1, 1919 – October 2, 2006) was an American biologist. degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. During the Second World War he served as a physicist in the . Naval Bureau of Ordnance. He earned his PhD at Harvard University, but was associated during the rest of his long career, until his retirement in 1989, with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

1. Bartholomew Bear 5 Toddler Tales (George & Bartholomew). Published by Walker Books Ltd (2000)

1. Published by Walker Books Ltd (2000). ISBN 10: 0744575788 ISBN 13: 9780744575781.

Big gentle George tells Bartholomew to do something. Ba says "Nah!" and dawdles until the big voice of George commands: "EAT YOUR DINNER!" or "GO TO BED!" Bartholomew is not a bratty bear - he always complies in the end. Virginia Miller enhances her spare text with illustrations outlined in wide pencil and colored with soft, earth-toned markers

Results from Google Books. Series: George and Ba (omnibus). Library descriptions. Five stories in which there are days when Bartholomew Bear the toddler is naughty and other days when he is very, very good. see all 2 descriptions.

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Toddlers and their parents are guaranteed to relate as the much-loved Ba and George tackle some familiar issues, in five funny, heart-warming tales bound together in one volume.

Comments: (7)

Amerikan_Volga
We are going on 3 years of reading this book and my son still pretends to be Bartholomew or George. The stories are super cute and fun to read. Highly recommend.
GODMAX
We purchased this book after my toddler daughter read some of the wonderful Bartholomew and George board books ("Be Gentle" and "I Love You Just the Way You Are") at the library. These stories were sensitive and age-appropriate tales of a toddler learning proper behavior.

This collection (unabridged) included these stories in addition to some new stories we had never seen. These turned out to include ample examples of bad behavior. For instance, in the "Eat Your Dinner" story Bartholomew only eats dinner when he knows he will get dessert. In the "Go To Bed" story, Bartholomew fights with George every step of the way. Our kids may do this on their own, but I don't know what we gain by demonstrating bad behavior in books. If you want to buy "Ba and George" books, try to buy them individually so that you can be selective.
Clonanau
Great book for Toddlers. The children love be gentle and they have a greater understanding of being gentle and looking after others. They love Batholomew and how he behaves. Naahhhh! They love that he is just like them and is learning the hows and whys of life.
Tane
One of my daughter's favorites. We are still reading it, even now, after years of enjoying these stories. The lessons Bartholomew learns have stayed with her as she has grown from a tiny tot to a first grader.
Windforge
All of my children have enjoyed these books. They are simple to read, wonderful illustrations and deal with everyday topics. The illustrations inspired my toddlers to "read" the books themselves creating their own stories. My toddlers also learned some great immitations with tonal changes.
Golden Lama
I gave this book two stars, which may be generous. It is one of my least favorite children's books. On the plus side the illustrations are very sweet and the writing is a nice cadence for reading aloud.

On the negative side, it shows a toddler displaying behavior that (while yes, toddler-like) isn't setting a good example. The little bear is contrary, argues every direction given, protests at every turn, etc. I would rather my kids see behavior that sets a good example rather than a bad one.

Also, I find the adult character in the book strange. He's not Dad, or Uncle George, or anything defined. Just "George" - which I find strange. My kids call their Dad "Dad," their uncles, "Uncle" and other adults "Mr. ____" There are no adults in their lives they address by their first name, and I think it is strange to have an undefined adult person in the little bear's life.
Thomand
I have recently started building my child's first book collection. I chose this because it was read to me as a kid, and trust me, it certainly did not cause any negative behavior or cause me to act out. It was simply a fun bedtime story that hardly crossed my mind until the next night. I even remember scolding the bear on my own, because kids do recognize right from wrong when it's blatantly stated in a board book. It was absolutely one of my favorites, and is currently a favorite to my child.
"There are days when Bartholomew is naughty, and other days when he is very, very good." And so begins a collection of tales of a little bear with a big name. His antics will seem familiar to anyone whose life has been touched by a toddler. Big gentle George tells Bartholomew to do something. Ba says "Nah!" and dawdles until the big voice of George commands: "EAT YOUR DINNER!" or "GO TO BED!" Bartholomew is not a bratty bear - he always complies in the end. Virginia Miller enhances her spare text with illustrations outlined in wide pencil and colored with soft, earth-toned markers. We started out reading the book On Your Potty! When we found this volume of five tales, my daughter's favorite became Be Gentle! And now she wants to hear the entire book every night! Why buy each title separately? Five-in-one is a "honey" of a deal. As George would say: "BUY THIS BOOK!"
Bartholomew Bear: Five Toddler Tales (George and Bartholomew) download epub
Animals
Author: Virginia Miller
ISBN: 0763619418
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals
Language: English
Publisher: Candlewick; F First Edition Thus edition (July 22, 2002)
Pages: 144 pages