The boy and the bear book

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the boy and the bear book

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Welcome to another Touring Picture Book Club! In this book we meet a little boy whose only wish is to find a friend to play with, he searches all over for someone but with no joy. Until one day a message floats across the water on a little paper boat, a message from a friend. But then, Bear starts to build a treehouse and the boy and the Bear become firm friends in their new den. They stay in their treehouse all summer and through to autumn, having a magical time playing together. Until winter comes with the first fall of snow and Bear disappears.
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Published 06.04.2019

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Touring Picture Book: The Boy and The Bear by Tracey Corderoy and illustrated by Sarah Massini.

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Contact Follow us on Twitter: twitter. More Details Blog Stats 2, hits! I love the illustration of the bear in the treehouse.


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