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The Other Bears

Michael Thompson

Mother and Father Koala are suspicious of the “other bears.” They don’t like the panda bears’ looks and they don’t trust the polar bears. The black bears are too noisy and the brown bears have big teeth . . . . But all their grumpiness melts away as they watch the littlest bears play together and realize that their similarities.

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8"x 8",  
40 pages,  
ages 4-7, 
This title is available in:
Chinese/English
English
Portuguese/English
Spanish
Spanish/English

$6.99

  • Paperback
  • Arabic/English

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CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
Language arts, social studies, multicultural theme, understanding cultural diversity, friendships, tolerance and acceptance, inclusion, community, family and relationships, cooperation, respect, values and virtues

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The Other Bears

The Other Bears

Mother and Father Koala are suspicious of the “other bears.” They don’t like the panda bears’ looks and they don’t trust the polar bears. The black bears are too noisy and the brown bears have big teeth . . . . But all their grumpiness melts away as they watch the littlest bears play together and realize that their similarities.