THERE'S NO SUCH ANIMAL by Alf Evers
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THERE'S NO SUCH ANIMAL

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When a little bear comes across three human beings he is startled by their droll appearance. He rushes home to his parents and describes the creatures he has seen -- a woman in a flowered hat, a child in an Indian costume, and a man in a ten-gallon hat. The mama and papa are incredulous and explain to little bear about dreams and imaginings. Laughingly he agrees that no such creatures could possible exist, that it is certain that there's no such animal.

Pub Date: Sept. 24th, 1958
Publisher: Lippincott