Princess Aasta by Stina Langlo Ordal

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When a little princess advertises for a big, cuddly bear friend, the replies come from all over the world. But the bear with the friendliest eyes, Kvitebjørn, is the bear she chooses and thus begins a most unconventional friendship.

The sweetest friendship story we've seen in a long time, this is a snowy frolic with style. Starring a lovable little girl and a big cuddly bear, children and adults will surely want a Kvitebjørn of their own!

About Stina Langlo Ordal

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Stina Langl Ørdal went to art college in Kingston, London and has recently returned to her native Norway, where she enjoys long walks in the snow and ice skating. This is her first book and she is currently working on her second title. Princess Aasta was written as a major project during her second year at Kingston University. It is based on a Norwegian folktale called "Kvitebjørn Kong Valemon."
Published September 27, 1999 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this ethereal Scandinavian tale, lonely Princess Aasta places a classified ad: "Little princess seeking big, cuddly bear friend."

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