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  • ISBN:
    0439261198
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439329002
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  • Publisher:
    scholastic (2001)
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Copy Me, Copycub Hardcover – November 3, 1999. PreSchool-K-A charming story of a mimicking cub who, with his mother, explores through spring, forages through summer, travels through the fall, and reaches a safe haven during the first snow of winter.

Copy Me, Copycub Hardcover – November 3, 1999. by. Richard Edwards (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The text includes fun-sounding words such as "lolloped" and some repetition ("His mother took a step. Copycub took a step"). Full-page soft watercolor illustrations, a varied layout, and a soothing text combine to create a warm, loving mood. Be prepared for repeated requests for this title.

Copy me, Copycub Paperback – 2001. My son is such a Copycub. That's why we had to get this book. Cute story with great illustrations.

In this reassuring tale from a British team, a mother bear affectionately nicknames her offspring "Copycub" because he learns by doing everything she does

In this reassuring tale from a British team, a mother bear affectionately nicknames her offspring "Copycub" because he learns by doing everything she does. When his mother splashed through a swamp,/ the cub splashed through a swamp. When his mother sat down for a scratch, the cub sat down for a scratch.

His previous titles include Copy Me, Copycub and Always Copycub. Mr. Edwards divides his time between Barcelona, Spain, and Edinburgh, Scotland

His previous titles include Copy Me, Copycub and Always Copycub. Edwards divides his time between Barcelona, Spain, and Edinburgh, Scotland. Susan Winter was born in South Africa and graduated from Natal University before becoming a social worker in South Africa and later in London. After the birth of her second child, she studied illustration at the Chelsea School of Art and began a new career as a freelance illustrator of children's books. Her books include Copy Me, Copycub and Always Copycub by Richard Edwards. Ms. Winter lives in West London with her son and daughter.

Ok, i know that its not real and just a book. BUT if you had to guess, in the book "copy me copycub," what type of bears do you think they are?

Ok, i know that its not real and just a book. they are too cute! Answer.

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In this reassuring tale from a British team, a mother bear affectionately nicknames her offspring "Copycub" because he learns by doing everything she does. "When his mother splashed through a swamp,/ the cub splashed through a swamp./ When his mother sat down for a scratch, the cub sat down for a scratch." The artwork, in close synchrony with the straightforward text, offers warmly rendered, simply composed watercolors that depict the bears leading an idyllic existence in the north woods. Then winter comes, and the bears must head to a distant cave to hibernate. A single snowflake quickly builds to a blizzard, and it is too much for Copycub. In a series of panels, the little bear slowly collapses in the snow: "He couldn't go one step further. All he wanted to do was lie down and go to sleep." It's a somewhat tense, even shocking moment in the previously gentle, almost lulling story: suddenly, Copycub's ability to mimic his mother becomes a matter of life and death. But Edwards and Winter don't shift gears. Rather, this dramatic turn of events reveals the strength of their understated approach. When the next pages reveal the mother bear nudging her exhausted cub successfully to their cave, the audience's relief will be palpable. Ages 3-7. (Sept.)

Nikok
It's a very sweet book which I just finished reading to my wife and young son. Well worth the investment. Thank you to the seller and to the author.
Agalen
My son's absolute favorite picture book. I love it too.
Alien
Great book.
Hidden Winter
Great book, this was used for a preschool class and they loved it :)
SiIеnt
My son is such a Copycub. That's why we had to get this book. Cute story with great illustrations. Highly recommend.
Made-with-Love
A gentle story with warm, enticing action-filled illustrations for the very young child. It's a comforting book and would be a great read for the final bedtime story of the night.

-Hope Irvin Marston, author of EYE ON THE IDITAROD: AISLING'S QUEST
Gavigamand
This is one of those special books that will remain in our family and passed on to subsequent generations. This was my daughter's absolute favorite book, as it depicted the relationship between mother and child that mirrored our own. "Copy" became her nickname. Just having sent her to college, she is still "my own little copycub." This is beautifully illustrated, and written. Heirloom-worthy.
Because my wife and I read our children so many books, very few stand out. COPY ME, COPYCUB, like GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU is a book that I can remember effortlessly. The story is beautiful and engaging without being overly sentimental, and the authors do not shy away from the very real danger little things face in the wild. However this is not a book that will frighten children, but rather one that emphasizes the wonderful bond between parent and child. I can't imagine anyone purchasing this book and being dissatisfied.