Similar in tone to the delightful beardom of Ruth Krauss' Bears (Harper 1948) is this light-as-a-feather bit of fanciful...

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ME AND THE BEARS

Similar in tone to the delightful beardom of Ruth Krauss' Bears (Harper 1948) is this light-as-a-feather bit of fanciful gaiety which appeals to the teddy bear cuddlers. ""Best of all I like the little BEARS"", the small heroine tells the listener, as she describes the animals at the zoo, and what a wonderful evening it is when the little BEARS come to visit! Then there is play and noise until the mouse wakes up and the little girl and the little bears fall fast asleep. A charming just-before-bedtime fantasy with a gentle introduction to slumber.

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1951