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A song for bear
A song for bear
London : Thames and Hudson, 2019.
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1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 27 cm
Bear wakes every morning to beautiful birdsong and longs to join in. He stretches his legs, puts on his cap and suspenders, and tries to sing with the beautiful birds crooning all around him in the forest. Unfortunately, he discovers his song is more of a holler, a howl, and rumbling growl. His wise friend, Owl, tries to encourage him by pointing out that Bear is not a bird, but Bear learns the wrong lesson and attempts to fly, thinking that being more birdlike might make him a better singer. In the end, Bear concentrates on what he does best, discovering in the process that his unique "bear song" is in fact a rap. All of the forest animals gather to watch him perform his new song, and cheer in amazement at his newfound talent. Satisfied with finding what makes him unique, Bear smiles to himself and promptly falls back to sleep.
Bears -- Juvenile fiction.

Singing -- Juvenile fiction.

Birds -- Juvenile fiction.

Bears -- Fiction.

Singing -- Fiction.

Birds -- Fiction.
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