The Bravest Ever Bear

The Bravest Ever Bear
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ISBN10: 
0744578647
ISBN13: 
9780744578645
Pages: 
31
Published: 
by Not Avail
Rating: 
3.56

Ahlberg has written an hilarious story-within-a-story, full of distinctive characters, for children aged four and over. Paul Howard has provided the full colour illustrations. The bravest ever bear thinks he is the hero, but what about the sausage? What has that got to do with things?

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