The Three Bears Rhyme Book by Jane Yolen

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Fifteen poems portray three familiar bears and their friend Goldie engaged in such activities as taking a walk, eating porridge, and having a birthday party.
 

About Jane Yolen

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Jane Yolen has won a number of awards for her body of work in children's literature, including the Regina Medal, the Kerlan Award, the Keene State Award, the Boston Public Library's Literary Lights for Children Award, and the Anna V. Zarrow Award. She has written more than three hundred books for children. Among them are "Owl Moon", which won the Caldecott Medal; the bestselling "How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?"; "Devil's Arithmetic"; and "The Scarecrow's Dance". Jane lives in Hatfield, Massachusetts. Rose Lewis has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University. An accomplished still photographer and an award-winning producer for WCVB-TV in Boston, she lives with her daughter in Massachusetts. Jane Dyer is the illustrator of her own anthology, Animal Crackers; Time for Bed, by Mem Fox; Child of Faerie, Child of Earth, by Jane Yolen; Here Is My Heart: Love Poems, selected by William Jay Smith; and Blue Moon Soup: A Family Cookbook, with recipes by Gary Goss. Jane Dyer lives in Massachusetts.
 
Published October 1, 1987 by Harcourt. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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This collection of 15 poems, ranging from the expected (""Porridge"") to the unexpected (""How to Bathe a Bear""--in eight easy steps), is inspired by a friendship between Goldilocks and the three bears;

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The bear family introduced in Yolen's and Dyer's Baby Bear's Bedtime Book and The Three Bears Rhyme Book return in rhyming poems celebrating 15 holidays.

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