Five Facts about Polar Bears | 10th Anniversary Albie – Blog Tour

Five Facts about Polar Bears A Mum Reviews

Five Facts about Polar Bears | 10th Anniversary Albie – Blog Tour

Caryl Hart’s new Albie picture book, How To Drive a Roman Chariot was released on the 6th of August and I’m taking part in the 10th Anniversary Albie Blog Tour that’s running from 6th August – 15th August.

Yes, its 10 year and 10 books since Albie first arrives on our shelves. From How to Catch a Dragon to How to Ride a Polar Bear these fun, engaging picture books have been entertaining kids for years!

Five Facts about Polar Bears A Mum Reviews

Each blogger is hosting some fun facts related to one of the books and a giveaway each. Read on and enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post.

Five Facts about Polar Bears

  1. Polar bears live in freezing climates – including the Arctic, Canada, Alaska and Norway – and are the largest carnivores on earth. An adult polar bear can be 2.5m long and weigh about 680kg (that’s the equivalent of about 11 people!)
  2. Polar bears love taking a snow bath! When a polar bear’s fur gets dirty, they roll around in the snow to clean themselves.
  3. Polar bears touch noses to communicate. For example, when a polar bear wants to ask a fellow bear if they can share their food, the guest bear will gently touch noses with the other as a way of saying ‘can I eat some of this seal, please?’
  4. Their fur is NOT white! Their furry coat looks white because it reflects the light around them but underneath the fur, their skin is black.
  5. These bears are amazing swimmers and can swim for days at a time without stopping.

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Giveaway: Win a copy of How to Ride a Polar Bear

For a chance to win a copy of How to Ride a Polar Bear, enter through my Rafflecopter below. UK Entrants over the age of 18 years only. Terms & Conditions apply. The giveaway will end on the 27th of August 2020. There will be 1 winner.

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