A story of a young boy eagerly anticipating his first sleep over with his best friend - but he isn't sure if he should take his teddy bear!
One event most children enjoy is sleeping at a friend's house. In Ira Sleeps Over, Bernard Waber captures, in both text and illustration, the joy and apprehension Ira feels when he is invited to his first sleepover at his friend Reggie's house. The big issue is, "Should Ira take his teddy bear?" His big sister says no. But Ira doesn't know what to do.
Many children will to relate to Ira's delemma and will be happy to see how the issue is resolved. Booklist, published by the American Library Assoc., stated in it's excellent reviews, "Ira Sleeps Over is an appealing picture book which depicts common, childhood qualms with empathy and humor in brief text and colorful illustrations."
Ira Sleeps Over is a fun book that you and your child will enjoy reading over and over(per Fritz J. Luecke, Editorial Director from Weekly Reader Book Club)
A story about a boy on his 1st sleep over and hoe he decides it is okay to take his stuffed animal. Very cute.