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Little Eddy loses his toy bear in the woods and has to go looking for him. But he's in for a gigantic surprise! Narrated by comedian Harry Enfield, this paperback and CD set will entertain and delight young listeners. Little Eddy loses his toy bear in the woods and has to go looking for him. But he's in for a gigantic surprise! Narrated by comedian Harry Enfield, this paperback and CD set will entertain and delight young listeners.


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Little Eddy loses his toy bear in the woods and has to go looking for him. But he's in for a gigantic surprise! Narrated by comedian Harry Enfield, this paperback and CD set will entertain and delight young listeners. Little Eddy loses his toy bear in the woods and has to go looking for him. But he's in for a gigantic surprise! Narrated by comedian Harry Enfield, this paperback and CD set will entertain and delight young listeners.

30 review for Where's My Teddy?

  1. 4 out of 5

    karen

    i read this while i was waiting in line to use the bathroom at the best childrens library ever yesterday. this book is a delight. im probably going to spoil it, but its like an 8 page book - theres really no room for dramatic plot twists - imagine somehow losing your teddy bear in a forest (yeah i dont know - it could happen), and then you turn a corner (turn a tree?) and there is your teddy only he is enormous!!! imagine that moment of confusion and terror. have you shrunk?? has the teddy grown i read this while i was waiting in line to use the bathroom at the best childrens library ever yesterday. this book is a delight. im probably going to spoil it, but its like an 8 page book - theres really no room for dramatic plot twists - imagine somehow losing your teddy bear in a forest (yeah i dont know - it could happen), and then you turn a corner (turn a tree?) and there is your teddy only he is enormous!!! imagine that moment of confusion and terror. have you shrunk?? has the teddy grown?? it is terrifying! but then - oh noooo a real bear!! and he has a tiny teddy! (like rita) oh... but then you realize you have the wrong teddies!! how embarrassing!! i just love the expression on that bears face as he is carrying this tiny little toy through the forest. i must buy this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jon Nakapalau

    Really sweet book about a boy looking for his teddy - but what else will he find?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shane Marie

    I cannot stress enough how many times I've read this book to one of my daycare kids. She just loves this book so much. It's a great book that's a simple and easy read. But the ending doesn't really satisfy me as an adult reader for some reason. Reading Level: LEXILE - AD460L ATOS - 2.2 Traits: Organization and Sentence Fluency I cannot stress enough how many times I've read this book to one of my daycare kids. She just loves this book so much. It's a great book that's a simple and easy read. But the ending doesn't really satisfy me as an adult reader for some reason. Reading Level: LEXILE - AD460L ATOS - 2.2 Traits: Organization and Sentence Fluency

  4. 4 out of 5

    Abigail

    Eddie is missing his Teddy in this rhyming picture-book from British author/illustrator Jez Alborough. Searching for him in the woods, he gets quite a surprise, upon finding a massively over-sized stuffed bear. Has Teddy grown? Has he, Eddie, shrunk? This shock is nothing compared to his reaction when an actual bear, holding a tiny teddy, appears. It would seem that boy and bear have each found the wrong toy... Originally published in 1992, Where's My Teddy? is the first of three picture-books fe Eddie is missing his Teddy in this rhyming picture-book from British author/illustrator Jez Alborough. Searching for him in the woods, he gets quite a surprise, upon finding a massively over-sized stuffed bear. Has Teddy grown? Has he, Eddie, shrunk? This shock is nothing compared to his reaction when an actual bear, holding a tiny teddy, appears. It would seem that boy and bear have each found the wrong toy... Originally published in 1992, Where's My Teddy? is the first of three picture-books featuring Eddie and his ursine counterpart, and was reissued this past year (2017) in this 25th Anniversary Edition. The story is engaging - what will happen next?! - while the rhyming text makes for an excellent read-aloud. The colorful artwork, done in watercolor, crayon and pencil, is bright and appealing, ably capturing the emotional state of both Eddie and the Bear, and the humor of their brief meeting. Recommended to anyone looking for fun picture-books in rhyme, or children's stories about teddy bears.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Edward Sullivan

    A teddy bear mix up.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alysha

    My kids LOVED this book. It is definitely one that I will buy for our home. It's rhyming makes it a fun one to read and the hilariousness of the situation makes you giggle. A great children's book. My kids LOVED this book. It is definitely one that I will buy for our home. It's rhyming makes it a fun one to read and the hilariousness of the situation makes you giggle. A great children's book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I enjoyed the rhyming text and the funny moments to the story. It was short and sweet. The illustrations were not my favorite, but fit the simple plot.

  8. 5 out of 5

    J

    I love the simple pictures. Great for babies and toddlers.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Hassan Ali

    Book Review 7 - Where’s My Teddy? – Jez Alborough This book is fantastic! It is about a young boy called Eddy who goes off to search for his teddy called Freddy in the woods. While in the woods, Eddy finds a huge bear and wonders how his small teddy became so big and suddenly hears someone crying not too far away. The crying comes from a gigantic bear that is clutching a small teddy and is also desperate to find his teddy bear. Children will have fun finding out what happens next in the story, wh Book Review 7 - Where’s My Teddy? – Jez Alborough This book is fantastic! It is about a young boy called Eddy who goes off to search for his teddy called Freddy in the woods. While in the woods, Eddy finds a huge bear and wonders how his small teddy became so big and suddenly hears someone crying not too far away. The crying comes from a gigantic bear that is clutching a small teddy and is also desperate to find his teddy bear. Children will have fun finding out what happens next in the story, which is both hilarious and amusing. I believe this book is aimed at key stage one or below. It has the ability to connect with children on many different levels from how to deal with loss and emotions to imaginative skills. Moreover, the words are simple to read and there are no difficult words for children to pronounce. I would say this book would have a greater impact on children if read to them as a class during circle time or something similar. All the children can get involved and then talk about the book after and there can be a class discussion relating to the themes within the book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ellie Abrey

    A beautiful story of Eddie, who has lost his Teddy called Freddie and of a giant bear whom also loses his 'Ted'. The two find each other in their mission to retrieve the teddies they have lost. This is a great story to read to a class in shared story time, as the story can easily be identified with children, who are likely to have experienced the loss of a teddy at some point in their lives. Use the entrance pages of the forest to discuss the setting of the story with children, how does this make A beautiful story of Eddie, who has lost his Teddy called Freddie and of a giant bear whom also loses his 'Ted'. The two find each other in their mission to retrieve the teddies they have lost. This is a great story to read to a class in shared story time, as the story can easily be identified with children, who are likely to have experienced the loss of a teddy at some point in their lives. Use the entrance pages of the forest to discuss the setting of the story with children, how does this make them feel? Do you they like forests? Why? Use the front cover to have children make predictions of what they think the story will be about.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    Rich Watercolors make up the details of the bark of the trees, the grassy earth and sets the scene of stepping into the thick of the woods. Eddie seems so small in the woods. It’s scary and dark, and he feels so lost. How is he ever going to find a teddy bear in here?! But yet he does find a teddy! But how did his teddy get so big? Children will be thrown into the thick of the woods with Eddie to find his teddy bear. Familiar rhyming patterns will help children and readers move through the plot Rich Watercolors make up the details of the bark of the trees, the grassy earth and sets the scene of stepping into the thick of the woods. Eddie seems so small in the woods. It’s scary and dark, and he feels so lost. How is he ever going to find a teddy bear in here?! But yet he does find a teddy! But how did his teddy get so big? Children will be thrown into the thick of the woods with Eddie to find his teddy bear. Familiar rhyming patterns will help children and readers move through the plot and out of the thick forest. As this tale has a twist to it and a bit of irony, children will remember this case of mixed-up teddy bears for years to come.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Zequoia Hyche

    Where's My Teddy is a really great story that teaches children about sizes and which size is appropriate for which character. I like how Jez Alborough used the concept of bears to convey his story. I thought that was interesting and I the illustrations were very big and bold and fitting for the story that was being told. I liked how both characters both needed their bears, so that they could sleep at night. Overall its a nice story for parents to read to their children before going to bed with t Where's My Teddy is a really great story that teaches children about sizes and which size is appropriate for which character. I like how Jez Alborough used the concept of bears to convey his story. I thought that was interesting and I the illustrations were very big and bold and fitting for the story that was being told. I liked how both characters both needed their bears, so that they could sleep at night. Overall its a nice story for parents to read to their children before going to bed with their bears. And it is a nice learning tool for teachers to teach children about different sizes.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    This story is about a boy and a bear who lose their teddies. The book is very funny with its content and combined with the heavy rhyming pattern of the book makes for a very enjoyable read with children as a large group. The pictures are very descriptive and add to the humour of the book. Due to the nature of the story, it also gives the children to predict the outcome of the book. This book would be very suitable in the Early Years.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sharena

    This is a very easy read. I love that there are many rhyming words. I think this is a great read aloud because the rhyming helps the children be apart of the story. They can guess what word will come next.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Amy Armstrong

    This is the most adorable book ever! A case of mistaken teddy identity leaves a bear and a boy very confused. The story is hilarious, and the pictures are so adorable. I wanted to cuddle everything on the page.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    Very simple book. Fun artwork and easy to read story. Shows that everyone needs their own special Teddy. Great for children under the age of 4. What I do not get though, is why is the book so big?! It is a large book that might be awkward for a child to hold or carry.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    This was such a cute story! A little boy and a bear lose their teddy bears in the woods. Doesn't sound like much of a story, but the mix up and humor is based on the teddys that get mixed up! Kids loved the story and the illustrations were priceless! This was such a cute story! A little boy and a bear lose their teddy bears in the woods. Doesn't sound like much of a story, but the mix up and humor is based on the teddys that get mixed up! Kids loved the story and the illustrations were priceless!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    A comedy of errors in the woods - a tiny lost Teddie and a giant Teddy bear get mixed up. Big bear found Eddie's tiny Teddy and Eddie found Big Bear's giant Teddy. A swap ensues and all is well when they finally get snuggled up back in their snuggly beds. A comedy of errors in the woods - a tiny lost Teddie and a giant Teddy bear get mixed up. Big bear found Eddie's tiny Teddy and Eddie found Big Bear's giant Teddy. A swap ensues and all is well when they finally get snuggled up back in their snuggly beds.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Meisel

    This is a fantasy book. This book is a short book that tells of a story about a bear and a child both losing their teddy bear in the woods. We used this book to preface a half day we had that featured a teddy bear picnic. Grade levels: K-1

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sonja

    Cute book. Read to my son (and daughter) as part of my son's homework for school. Cute book. Read to my son (and daughter) as part of my son's homework for school.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Morton

    A little boy loses his teddy and a great big bear loses his teddy. They find each other's teddy and scare each other as they discover the mix up. A little boy loses his teddy and a great big bear loses his teddy. They find each other's teddy and scare each other as they discover the mix up.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karen Henderson

    I really liked this book! It is a cute story that is fun to read. I hope to add it to my own bookshelf.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christine Grant

    Stuffed Animal Story Time. Eddie loses his teddy in the woods and so does a giant bear. Great story!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Daniele Bower

    This book follows the journey of a young boy named Eddie. Eddie lost his teddy named Freddy in the dark, scary woods. He decides to go look for his teddy because he needs him in order to go to bed. Once in the woods, he stumbles upon a giant teddy bear that looks just like Freddy! This bear, however, is way too big for Eddie to snuggle in his bed. Next, a giant bear came along holding a tiny bear, which turned out to be Freddy. Freddy is too small for this bear. Eddie and the bear realize that t This book follows the journey of a young boy named Eddie. Eddie lost his teddy named Freddy in the dark, scary woods. He decides to go look for his teddy because he needs him in order to go to bed. Once in the woods, he stumbles upon a giant teddy bear that looks just like Freddy! This bear, however, is way too big for Eddie to snuggle in his bed. Next, a giant bear came along holding a tiny bear, which turned out to be Freddy. Freddy is too small for this bear. Eddie and the bear realize that they have each others bears. After getting their own bear back, they run back to their homes and into their bed with their teddy bears. This book follows a formula fiction plot, so it is very easy for students to follow. Due to the simplicity of this text, it can be used for kindergarten classrooms learning how to retell a story. Students can identify the characters, setting, and events that take place. It is also a great model for student writing. It models a character having a problem and finding a solution. Another idea I have for this book includes comparing and contrasting the bear and the boy. Students can identify similarities, such as having the same bear and being afraid. Students can also identify their differences, such as their size. This is a great book for primary activities.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Blake Bramley

    A personal classic - I remember reading this story to the nursery children all the time, and at one point could read this from memory. Read in seminar by the Lecturer as an example of using storybooks in phonics classes - this book is a perfect example of easy, rhyming and empathetic stories which children can quickly grasp and use to learn in other hidden ways.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Ayres

    A funny misadventure picture book about a boy, his teddy, a bear and his teddy. Ideal for shared reading and developing skills of inference and deduction

  27. 5 out of 5

    Itzia Alvarez

    What a sweet book about a young boy in the search of his teddy bear. The story brings elements of suspense and surprises. Like many mystery books that take place in the forest, there is suspense of what is behind the tree or what noise is being heard. The young boy is surprised at what he finds as it is not what he is looking for. The boy continues on his search until he gets back what he lost. This book is best for grades K-2, but the activities can be used for upper grade levels. For younger st What a sweet book about a young boy in the search of his teddy bear. The story brings elements of suspense and surprises. Like many mystery books that take place in the forest, there is suspense of what is behind the tree or what noise is being heard. The young boy is surprised at what he finds as it is not what he is looking for. The boy continues on his search until he gets back what he lost. This book is best for grades K-2, but the activities can be used for upper grade levels. For younger students or struggling readers, this book can help because there are repetitive words. By the end of the story, students may be familiar with the words and be able to read them on their own. For example, the story mentions a couple of times that the bear can be huddled and cuddled. An activity that can used with young students is a descriptive show and tell. Students can write about an item that is special to them and then share it with the class. What is the item, what can you do with it, and why is it special? For upper grades, students can look at the writing structure. The book uses repetitive words, descriptive words, words of suspense and surprise. Students can create there own mystery story, using similar writing elements.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christina Mallory

    Text-To-World Connection This book is a perfect example of the fear and safety that some children or adults may face. In the story, Eddie is looking for his teddy that he loves so dearly and can not sleep without. While on his journey he becomes fearful in the woods and feels that his teddy could bring him comfort once he finds it. Often enough children and adults have something or someone that they confide in and trust. Once they become uncomfortable in a situation they seek to find who or what Text-To-World Connection This book is a perfect example of the fear and safety that some children or adults may face. In the story, Eddie is looking for his teddy that he loves so dearly and can not sleep without. While on his journey he becomes fearful in the woods and feels that his teddy could bring him comfort once he finds it. Often enough children and adults have something or someone that they confide in and trust. Once they become uncomfortable in a situation they seek to find who or what brings comfort to them so they can get through their troubles for that moment.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chloe Nobbs

    a funny and sweet book that subverts children’s expectations. detailed big pictures to engage with and interesting language to look at such as use of hyperbole and exaggeration.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Noreen Butt

    This is about a young boy called Eddy who goes off to search for his teddy called Freddy in the woods. To his surprise, he meets a gigantic bear in the woods. He sits there wondering how the teddy became so big to cuddle and how he will never fit in his bed. Suddenly he hears a sound of sobbing coming nearer and nearer. Eddy hides behind the big teddy when he is faced by a real gigantic bear who is also looking for his big teddy. He has Eddy’s small teddy. Eventually they each grab their own ted This is about a young boy called Eddy who goes off to search for his teddy called Freddy in the woods. To his surprise, he meets a gigantic bear in the woods. He sits there wondering how the teddy became so big to cuddle and how he will never fit in his bed. Suddenly he hears a sound of sobbing coming nearer and nearer. Eddy hides behind the big teddy when he is faced by a real gigantic bear who is also looking for his big teddy. He has Eddy’s small teddy. Eventually they each grab their own teddies and run the opposite direction, back to the homes and in their beds. The book is fun to read as it rhymes and has good illustrations. It is full of different emotions. I recommend this book for EYFS and Key Stage 1 children. This You can do many things such as: • The story can be used effectively as part circle time and then discussed amongst children in EYFS and KS1. • You can have a lesson on the characters, settings and endings. • To check understanding of the story, you can ask children questions such as: Name the characters of the story. At the beginning of the story, what is Eddy looking for? What is Eddy’s teddy called? How is Eddy feeling in the woods? In the woods, what does Eddy find? Why is he so surprised? Who does Eddy come face to face to? How does the real gigantic bear feel when he sees his big teddy bear? How does Eddy feel when he sees the real bear? What happens at the end of the story? • Hot seating – Using the masks, ask children how Eddy felt when he was in the woods and when he saw the real bear and also how the real bear felt when he saw his big bear and Eddy. • Another activity can be to match the rhyming words together. • Role playing can use the masks to retell the story.

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