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How Teddy Bears Are Made by Ann Morris
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How Teddy Bears Are Made

by Ann Morris

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This is a good book to read to students so that they can understand how a teddy bear can be made. It is very easy to read to young audience. The illustrations in the book are photographs which is also a good idea so that children can see how it works. ( )
  McEvilla | Nov 20, 2012 |
Every child owns a teddy bear, but not every child knows how they are made. A good book to read when teaching children about how things are made. This book tells children each step in making a teddy bear and what the people do in the factory. ( )
  emleonard | Jan 31, 2012 |
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Told in simple language, three children learn how teddy bears are made, from design to shipping.

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