This book was originally written by Norbert Landa, and translated into Chinese.
When Bertie Bear gets into trouble for not sharing his toys with his brother, he decides to spend the night in a tree. Bertie is a little lonely, but then he discovers that he is in an unusual tree. When he is hungry, pancakes appear. When he is cold, there is a blanket to snuggle into. When it is dark, a lantern appeared from nowhere. Could the tree be magic?
Discerning children will notice that Mommy Bear has been making sure that Bertie has all he needs while sulking in his tree. Finally, of course, Bertie wants to tell his mother and brother about his “pancake-blanket-lantern tree”, so he comes back inside to a big hug and a knowing smile from Mommy Bear. Pretty story.
This book is available in soft cover.