To his amazement, the young narrator finds his house filled with bears. Hundreds and hundreds of bears--amiable, friendly, and thoroughly enjoying themselves. Soon, there are just too many bears, and the young narrator calls on Dad and Mom to intervene. It is a successful intervention--or is it? Paul Stickland s paintings of hundreds of bears are rendered so meticulously that each bear takes on a quirky personality of its own. A sly commentary on the power of the imagination, this simple rhymed story is guaranteed to make bedtime a favorite time.
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Published September 1, 2001
by Ragged Bear.
Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.