The tables have turned in this hilarious follow-up to There’s a Bear on My Chair. But this time it’s Bear who has an unwelcome guest, and this mouse just won’t leave! He’s making a real commotion in Bear’s house—eating all the food, listening to loud music, and even spilling bathwater all over the floor! But when there’s an unexpected knock at the door, will Bear decide that visitors aren’t so bad after all?
About the Author
Ross Collins has illustrated more than one hundred books for children and is the author-illustrator of This Is a Dog, There’s a Bear on My Chair, This Zoo Is Not for You, and What Does an Anteater Eat? When he's not creating children’s books, he enjoys working on character development for animation studios like Laika and Disney. He also likes walking in the Scottish glens with his dog and his partner. Ross Collins lives in Scotland.
In rhyming text, this sequel to There’s a Bear on My Chair (2016) features the same two animals at odds again. . . . There’s a bit of Seussian fun in the illustrations as more and more mice show up in the colorful cartoons, and once again, Collins makes the most of the difference between the little mouse and the burly bear. —Kirkus Reviews
The rhyming text is anything but predictable and it introduces young readers to all kinds of new words. . . The action of the surprise ending, which unfolds mainly in the illustrations, showcases the mouse’s hilarity and ingenuity and rounds out the story nicely with a message about friendship. —The Florida Times-Union