No Bears by Meg McKinlay

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Ella is in charge of this book, and she will tell you something right now. There are NO BEARS in it. Not even one.

Ella wants to tell you a story — a story with absolutely no bears. You don’t need bears for a book. You need pretty things like fairies and princesses and castles and maybe funny things and exciting things. In Ella’s kind of story, there are no bears in the village or the castle or the deep dark forest or faraway lands. But there might be . . . a monster! Riffing on well-known fairy-tale themes, this fun, offbeat story is perfectly matched by playful illustrations with a running visual joke that will keep even bear lovers smiling.
 

About Meg McKinlay

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Meg McKinlay is a poet as well as a children's writer. She lives in Australia and divides her time between writing and teaching at the University of Western Australia. Leila Rudge received a degree in illustration from Bath Spa University in her native England and now lives in Australia.
 
Published March 27, 2012 by Candlewick. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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