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Baby Bear's Present by Beverley Randell

Baby Bear's Present

by Beverley Randell

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Baby Bear is a big help at home. Father and Mother Bear want to get him a present. They go to the toy store. Baby Bear wants the big blue car. Father Bear wants to buy the train. I wonder which present they will get.
  Melanie1 | Feb 1, 2010 |
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Dortmunder has a job offer. He's been hired by third parties to pull off heists in the past, but never to lay his hands on anything this peculiar. Frankly, it's a bone. Not just any bone. A femur. Well, not just any femur, either. A femur which, 800 years ago, was part of a 16-year-old girl who, having been killed and eaten by her own family, was made a saint by the Church. The femur, her only relic, is all that's left. Now two small eastern European countries - Tsergovia and Votskojek - are fighting like dogs over...well, the bone. There's only room for one of them in the United Nations General Assembly, and the choice is in the hands of a powerful Catholic prelate. The country that tosses him the bone is sure to be in like Flynn.… (more)

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