Books by Polar Bear Press

Gayle the Goose

Goes Global

$12.99

Polar Bear Pete's 

Perfect Performance

$12.99

Nutty

Neighbours

$12.99

Grady the

Grasshopper Graduates

$12.99

Harold the 

Homeless Hermit

$12.99

Colouring Book

$5.00

Grady the Grasshopper Graduates

Age: 4-9 years

Lesson: A house is just a house, but a home is where your family is.

About the book: Bugs have been around since before the time of dinosaurs, but what is their secret? For those with a thirst for knowledge, the secret can be discovered at the annual Brainy Bug Bash. Grady, a young, over confident grasshopper stumbles upon this impressive event. Will this smug grasshopper be willing to accept some advice or will he simply hop away? The survival of all bugs may depend on his very important decision.

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Polar Bear Pete's Perfect Performance

Age: 4-9 years

Lesson: Be proud of who you are, and never be ashamed to show the world your true self.

About the book: Polar Bear Pete is the regal and strong king of the Artic. He is a traditional leader who has pride in his ordinary and well-behaved subjects; however, when the stars come out, and the kingdom’s at rest, Pete has a secret passion. When an avalanche causes Pete to expose his secret talent to save his kingdom, Pete is terrified to see how the others will react. Pete learns that he needs to be proud of whom he is, and realizes that he is not the only animal keeping a secret.

Harold the Homeless Hermit

Age: 4-9 years

Lesson: A house is just a house, but a home is where your family is.

About the book: The stunning images and rhyming text makes Harold the homeless hermit an ideal story for children who enjoy a taste for adventure. Harold is a Hermit Crab who has outgrown his home jug and must quickly find a new dwelling for protection; otherwise he may end up as some seagull’s dinner. While searching for a new residence, he checks out some rather unusual homes in his pursuit for something ‘better’ and ‘flashier’ than his usual old shell or jug. The situation begins to leave him feeling slightly ‘crabby’ when things don’t go Harold’s way.  The story reminds us that a house is just a house, but family makes a house a home.

Nutty Neighbours

Age: 4-9 years

Lesson: We should never judge someone before we meet them, and sharing is an important life skill.

About the book: This rhyming story combined with vibrant illustrations and cute characters is guaranteed to pull young readers into the lovely and wacky tale of Nutty Neighbours. This is the story of a cheeky chipmunk named Charlie, and a spunky squirrel named Pearl. Although they are alike in many ways, they are actually forest foes.  When both hungry animals collide in a race for some freshly fallen food, their personal anxieties and prejudices prevent either of them from being able to grab the desired snack. Forced to work together if they wish to eat, both animals learn an important life lesson about getting to know someone before you judge them.

Gayle the Goose Goes Global

About the book: The rhyming text, beautiful illustrations, and strong characters will bring readers into the story of Gayle the Goose Goes Global. Gayle is a regular Canada Goose except for one thing. She is directionally challenged. When her flock flies away, leaving Gayle behind at migration time, she is forced to either sit back and wait for their return, or take matters into her own wings by migrating on her own. Brave Gayle takes on the challenge of a lifetime and learns that she can both survive and thrive on her own.  When Gayle returns to share her adventures with the rest of her flock, the geese begin to wonder if her quirkiness may be just what the flock was missing. Perhaps a change from the ordinary routine would do them all a little good.

Age: 4-9 years

Lesson: Being 'different' can be scary, but there are many rewards in being an individual.

Colouring Book

Age: 2-9 years

About the book: Enter the world of Polar Bear Press through this exciting colouring book. Each character is from one of Natasha Peterson and Studio Patachitra beautiful self-published children’s books. All the characters are animals with some relatable human condition, and each has learned that their differences are what make them all wonderfully unique and imperfectly perfect.

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