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This Is the Bear and the Bad Little Girl

by Sarah Hayes

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This story is a good example of a fantasy because the reader believes that the bear can talk and go out to eat but in reality bears do not talk and can not do human things. This book also gives a good example of a flat character because not much is known about the girl in the story. All the reader knows is that she is mean and takes the bear without being asked. She is egotistic and does not care about the bear’s owner; however, that is all the reader knows about her. Her real emotions and wants are not shared. Age appropriate: primary. Media: colored pencils. ( )
  sghods05 | Oct 22, 2008 |
A lovely rhyming book, easy to read, sweet illustrations. 2 year old is especially fond of this book because of the teddy bear. ( )
  heartfeltnz | Jul 5, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0744598125, Paperback)

The boy, the bear and the dog are the best of friends. In This Is the Bear and the Picnic Lunch, the boy prepares a picnic and leaves the bear in charge of it while he goes to find his shoes and socks. But guess who runs off with it while he's away? In This is the Bear and the Bad Little Girl, the boy and the bear are sharing an ice cream together in a cafe, but when a little girl takes a fancy to the bear and snatches him, the dog and the boy have to act fast! These delightful picture books are two of four in an early reader series that has been a huge success in the trade, schools and libraries.

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When a boy's beloved teddy bear is stolen from a restaurant by a naughty girl, the boy's dog goes to the rescue.

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