THE BAD BEAR by Rudolf Neumann
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THE BAD BEAR

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In debonair; verse and gaudy Peasant-primitive illustrations, the reform of a sinner is enormous, impeccable fun. The bad bear terrorizes the countryside until his talent for singing and dancing is discovered by a dauntless fiddler; now tamed, he becomes everyone's pet and is pardoned by the governor. THE MORAL: ""A bear, no matter how bad he's been, Can learn to mend his ways, To sing and to dance, if given a chance (And a Certain amount of praise).

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Macmillan