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Christmas Kisses

by John Prater

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genre: fantasy, This book is a pretty good showing of a fantasy. There is a separate world of bears who live in a house and cook food and talk. I think this is a good idea for a fantasy but it does not meet to many criteria for a fantasy.
the plot of this story is great. They use this story about giving gifts and then the baby bear realizes there is no gift for him to give grandbear so he is in distress but then he comes up with an idea and finds a present to give him. After he gives the gifts they all get Christmas kisses as the resolution to the story. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439733812, Paperback)

Orginally published as Baby Bear's Christmas Kiss. It's Christmas Day and the whole family has come to visit. Baby Bear and the cousins are so excited they shake and poke and sniff all the presents under the tree. But suddenly Baby Bear realizes - Grandbear doesn't have a present! With simple, poignant details, Prater captures all the joy and warmth of a family at Christmastime.

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The warmth and joy of Christmas is displayed as Baby Bear runs out and gets a special gift to put under the tree for Grandbear.

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