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Why Don't the Stars Fall Down?

by Jan Godfrey

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Billy Bear and Bessie Bear go on an overnight camp-out in their aunt and uncle's backyard. During the night, Billy wonders why the stars aren't falling from the sky. With the help of older relatives, Billy learns the answer and discovers why God made the world as it is.
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Billy Bear and Bessie Bear go on an overnight camp-out in their aunt and uncle's backyard. During the night, Billy wonders why the stars aren't falling from the sky. With the help of older relatives, Billy learns the answer and discovers why God made the world as it is. All through the book, children can look for the hedgehog that's hiding in the full-color illustrations.

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