DO BABY BEARS SIT IN CHAIRS? by Ethel & Leonard Kessler
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DO BABY BEARS SIT IN CHAIRS?

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No, baby bears can't ""sit in chairs"", lady bugs never ""drink from mugs"" and buzzing bees don't ""swing from trees"", but pre-schoolers attempting to impose order on a world filled with so many living creatures will be thrilled to know they have one thing in common with at least nine of their animal friends. In short easy rhymes and sharp humorous pictures, a popular team proves to an inquisitive age group that they can roll like a bear, bounce a ball like a seal and relish their milk like a kitten. A good book which sharply differentiates human and animal capabilities for the young owner of many ""talking animal"" books, and an excellent bedtime story ending with something exclusively for children, a great big goodnight kiss from mommy!

Pub Date: Sept. 8th, 1961
Publisher: Doubleday