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A Friend for Growl Bear by Margot Austin
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A Friend for Growl Bear

by Margot Austin

Other authors: David McPhail (Illustrator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060278021, Hardcover)

All little Growl Bear can say is " Grr...grrr." And though he doesn't mean to, he scares away all the other animals in the forest. What is Growl Bear to do?

Originally published as a picture book in 1951 and recently reillustrated, this simple, reassuring story of love and friendship is now available in a board book format'just right for preschoolers. All little Growl Bear can say is Grr...grrr. And though he doesnt mean to, hes scaring away all the other animals in the forest. What is Growl Bear to do? Then Old Owl has a wise idea, and soon Growl Bear finds all the friends a little bear could ever want.This simple, reassuring story, which shows that there are always friends around if you just keep looking for them, was originally published in 1951. Now best-selling artist David McPhails charming, warm illustrations bring this book to a whole new generation of readers.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:03:04 -0400)

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None of the animals in the forest will play with a little bear because he is always growling--until they come to understand that he only growls because he has not learned to talk yet.

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