The Bear and Mr. Bear by Frances Thomas

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Reluctantly visiting the local town on the day a carnival arrives, grumpy recluse Mr. Bear is appalled when he sees a dancing bear abused by his trainer and finds an unlikely connection with a fellow living creature.
 

About Frances Thomas

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Frances Thomas is the author of several books for young readers. Ruth Brown has written and illustrated more than twenty books for children since her first book was published in 1978. Among her many notable titles are "If at First You Do Not See," "Copycat," and "A Dark, Dark Tale," She lives with her husband and two sons in Bath, England.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by Dutton Juvenile. 28 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Grumpy and cross, shaggy and unsmiling, the village curmudgeon is commonly known as Mr. Bear. When a carnival arrives in town, Mr. Bear comes face to face with a real bear. Everyone else laughs an

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""Grumpy and cross, shaggy and unsmiling,"" the village curmudgeon is commonly known as Mr. Bear.

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