THE PICNIC BEAR by Ruth & Latrobe Carroll

THE PICNIC BEAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Fuzzy was a small bear with a large appetite and a singleminded interest in picnics. Any picnic was to his taste--a flower picnic, an ant picnic, a strawberry picnic, and especially big ones like the people's picnic--but eventually he found that the bears' own picnic of honey was best of all. The anthropomorphism doesn't impinge on the story, and the easy moral isn't overbearing. It's a slight but a simple pleasure for pre-schoolers from a name that goes well.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1966
Publisher: Walck