THE SEVEN REMARKABLE BEARS by Emille Warren McLeod

THE SEVEN REMARKABLE BEARS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A chuckle a page here as a perturbed but amiable polar bear plays tricks on a zoo keeper to get enough to eat. Thin, cross and ragged, Po starts telling Mr. Fitz he needs fish for his newly arrived friends- first two, then three and on up to seven. Finally investigating Fitz finds Po has been creating convincing echoes from the caves in his cage but the now fat, sleek Po has won his case and his antics have tickled an obseqniuso audience.

Pub Date: Aug. 4th, 1954
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin