HAPPY BEARS' DAY by Joanna Stubbs

HAPPY BEARS' DAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Baby bear is a loner, and so when his mother decides to give him a party and goes happily about her preparations, he wanders off for a solitary swim. But the river is drying up; Baby Bear ""remember[s] beaver dam"" and starts making a wall of rocks across the river; his guests come along and start to help him; and soon all the little bears splash happily in the newly-filled pool and enjoy the bears' day feast together. But the book is a flop, with its trite conception, arbitrary plot, and pictures that would be just plain dull were it not for the glaring color.

Pub Date: April 16th, 1979
Publisher: Deutsch--dist. by Elsevier/Dutton