The Boy Who Thought He Was a Teddy Bear by Jeanne Willis
A Fairy Tale

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A lost little boy is raised by three teddy bears who live in the woods.
 

About Jeanne Willis

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Jeanne Willis is the author of many books for children, including "Tadpole's Promise, I Hate School, I Want to Be a Cowgirl", and the popular Professor Xargle series, all illustrated by Tony Ross. Ms. Willis lives with her husband and children in London, England. Susan Varley was born in Blackpool, England, in 1961, and studied illustration and graphic design at Manchester Polytechnic. She is the author-illustrator of "Badger's Parting Gifts, " for which she won the Mother Goose Award as "the most exciting newcomer to British children's book illustration.
 
Published September 1, 2002 by Peachtree Pub Ltd (J). 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The fairies are responsible, so this story of a boy who thought he was a teddy bear qualifies as a fairy tale—and a very charming one indeed.

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When a tousled hair boy wakes up to discover that his belly button has gone missing, drastic measures are called for: he goes to the jungle to look for it.

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Being raised by teddy bears proves a cozy proposition in Willis and Varley's (previously teamed for The Monster Bed) endearing tale of a foundling child.

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