From the creators of Goodnight Already!
Bear can't wait to spend a pleasant day alone.
But Duck wants to hang out.
Will Bear ever get to relax by himself?
by Jory John
by Mac Barnett, Jory John
by Jack Coughlin, John R. Bruning
by John Connolly
by Rob Scotton
by Jory Sherman
by Ralph Compton, Jory Sherman
by Jory Sherman, Ralph Compton
by Tony Beshara
"Given two main characters who are polar opposites, narrator Tony Call switches from one to the other with aplomb. At one moment he gives voice to homebody, low-key Bear, and the next he is Bear's neighbor, impulsive, in-your-face Duck. Call switches from leisurely, deep, and gravelly to high-pitched, speedy, and staccato on the turn of a dime. The juxtaposition of the two voices underscores the problem at hand: Duck is eager to take Bear on a morning stroll in spite of Bear's desire to "have quiet time by myself." Who will win out? Young listeners will enjoy the point and counterpoint between the two friends. A.R. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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