A NEW MAGICAL CHILDREN'S TALE FROM S.P. BULLOCK & G.S. WORTH
About The Book
2 VERY RARE BEARS
£7.99 - PHYSICAL COPY
£6.99 - AUDIOBOOK
OR £4.99 AS A DIGITAL E-BOOK
In a story stretching from China to London and to the moors of Yorkshire, 2 Very Rare Bears is an enchanting adventure that the whole family will enjoy.
When Churchills, London’s finest department store, places an order for their best-selling toys from the Jade Emperor Toy Company in China, they get more than they bargained for.
A broody and mischievous factory worker inadvertently starts a chain of events that leads to Thomas, a recently orphaned disabled boy, having the magical adventure of a lifetime.
When a hamper arrives from an eccentric aunt at Pendle Farm, containing a Churchills’ Doggie Bear called Harry, life will never be the same again for the Shuttleworth family.
With the help of his grandparents, his siblings and chance meetings along the way can Tom, in a race against time, help Harry find what he is looking for….
"A FABULOUS CHILDREN'S CHAPTER BOOK, FULL OF EXCITING AND COLOURFUL ILLUSTRATIONS - SUITABLE FOR AGES 6YRS TO 106YRS"
Experience the Audiobook
Experience 2 Very Rare Bears as a fantastic audiobook, narrated by the authors and hear all of the characters magically coming to life! You will receive a high-quality audio file playable through any device or media player including Spotify and iTunes.
Reviews from the Press
"2 Very Rare Bears isn't just an excellent children's book..., it's an excellent book full stop."
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About The Authors
2 Very Rare Bears is a story inspired by Steve and Gail’s nieces and nephews Tom, Eva, Emily and James. Tom was severely brain-damaged and sadly passed away in 2017. It seemed a fitting tribute to his memory to create a story that gave Tom a magical adventure with Harry and George.
Steve found a little Doggie Bear in a charity shop looking lonely and in need of a good home.
Knowing Gail would have liked a dog, but couldn’t really have one due to work commitments, it seemed the perfect present.
Her nieces and nephew loved the little Doggie Bear and named him Harry. He soon became a real little character and, with help, the children made him a collection of outfits to wear.
He was baking with them, going to the allotment and even had his own homemade apple chutney! But the children said Harry still looked a little lonely.
Then a little magic happened.
Early one Sunday morning, Steve and Gail went to a car boot sale and sitting there alone, amongst books, teapots and other treasures, was another Doggie Bear! In possibly the fastest sale ever Harry suddenly had a brother whom they named George. Seeing how much pleasure the bears gave the children, Steve and Gail decided to write a children’s adventure story that the whole family could enjoy for years to come and so, on a cold winter’s morning, 2 Very Rare Bears was born.
Although Eva, Emily and James may be getting a little older Harry and George will always hold a special place in their childhood memories.