Big Bad Bruce

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Big Bad Bruce
  • Bill Peet
  • English
  • 17 September 2018
  • 0395329221

About the Author: Bill Peet

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Big Bad Bruce book, this is one of the most wanted Bill Peet author readers around the world.


Big Bad Bruce Bruce, a bear bully, never picks on anyone his own size until he is diminished inways than one by a small but very independent witch. Free Download [ Big Bad Bruce ] author [ Bill Peet ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Big Bad Bruce

  1. Ronyell says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Big Bad Bruce is another classic tale by Bill Peet and it is about how Bruce the Bear tortures small creatures and he eventually gets what he deserves when Roxy the witch shrinks him down to the size of a chipmunk The lesson of this story may have not been taught right, but thi...

  2. Skylar Burris says:

    A rare children s book in which the protagonist does NOT learn his lesson, showing that just because your circumstances change, it doesn t mean your character necessarily will A good spring board for discussion with my four year old, and simply a fun, magical tale It...

  3. Lisa Vegan says:

    I am a fan of Bill Peet but I can t decide if this was a brilliant way to tell a story or if this feels like part of a story The ending was definitely unusual for a children s book It doesn t follow any common children s book formula, and I do admire that But, somehow, what it possibly tried to do didn t work for me but fell short.The story s language didn t flow that well for me It was hard to read, especially hard to read aloud Some of the illustrations seemed off There were a couple pic I am a fan of Bill Peet but I can t decide if this was a brilliant way to tell a story or if this feels like part of a story The ending was definitely unusual for a children s book It doesn t follow any common children s book formula, and I do admire that But, somehow, what it possibly tried to do didn t work for me but fell short.The story s language didn t flow that well for me It was hard to read, especially hard to read aloud Some of the illustrations seemed off There were a couple pictures where Bruce s facial expression didn t seem to match what the story says he is feeling.This is a message book with a big M bigger creatures should not tease and torment smaller creatures But, there doesn t seem to be much of a resolution, despite the amazing happenings I normally admire books that don t have an expected ending, but I ve seen it done better than it s done here.I did actually sort of like Bruce, mostly because of Peet s illustrations and not because of...

  4. Julia says:

    This is one Bill Peet story that I didn t know how it was going to turn out At first with the title and the and the rollicking bear you can only image that nothing good will happen but how will that affect the story is only left up to the imagination Then once the reader gets started into the actual plot it really doesn t have mu...

  5. The Brothers says:

    Bruce is a big bear that likes to bully the little creatures in Evergreen Forest One day he antagonizes the wrong lady Roxy the witch and she places a spell on him After his nap that day, he discovers that now he is one of the little creatures He has shrunk to smaller than a squirrel...

  6. Jimmy says:

    Bruce the Bear was a very big mighty bear The woods were very peaceful until he came, ate bugs in logs, and snorted all around When he wanted to have fun, he would scare the wits out of all the animals in the forest He liked to push boulders off hills that would roll across lots of land The boulders would bash and break logs, and sticks and birds would be flying around everywhere Then he would laugh and snort and go ho ho ho He was so mean to the animals One day, he made a mistake, he cam Bruce the Bear was a very big mighty bear The woods were very peaceful until he came, ate bugs in logs, and snorted all around When he wanted to have fun, he would scare the wits out of all the animals in the forest He liked to push boulders off hills that would roll across lots of land The boulders would bash and break logs, and sticks and birds would be flying around everywhere Then he would laugh and snort and go ho ho ho He was so mean to the animals One day, he made a mistake, he came ...

  7. Jeremy says:

    Could have been rated higher, but the witch is portrayed as being a kindly old woman and as gentle as could be 36.

  8. Jess says:

    November 2017 great as a long picture book read aloud, with adventure and magic and a big bad character getting his comeuppance.

  9. Lindsey says:

    Big Bad Bruce is a bear that loves to scare anything littler than he is After an encounter with a witch changes him to be itty bitty you would think he changes his ways or does he No rhyme.

  10. Maki says:

    I love all of Bill Peet s characters which teach kids of making good choices and being good citizens The ending of this was surprising and a great unexpected ending