Snug by Mary Elizabeth Hanson

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Mother bear wants to teach Snug how to find food. But Snug couldn't care less -- he just wants to play. So each time Mother demonstrates a new foraging technique, Snug scampers off and gets into trouble. He's stuck in a log.... He's being attacked by angry blue jays.... He's about to go over a waterfall.... Fortunately, his loving mother is watching, and she bounds to his rescue again and again, until finally the irrepressible cub gets his way: Mother agrees it's time to play together. Mary Elizabeth Hanson's simple, action-packed text captures a classic parent-child conflict. And Cheryl Munro Taylor's beautiful collage art adds zest to this warm, reassuring tale.

About Mary Elizabeth Hanson

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Published May 1, 1998 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Exquisitely crafted cut-paper collages don't manage to redeem this wordy, poorly focused story about a mother bear and her cub.

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