Three Stories You Can Read to Your Teddy Bear by Sara Swan Miller

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Is your teddy bear awfully quiet? Does he just sit on your bed and stare at the wall? Maybe he is bored. When you’re bored, you can read a book, but Teddy can’t. Or can he? . . . Maybe you should read this story out loud to your teddy bear. He may blush, though, because you’ll find out about all the things he does when you leave for school. Just make sure to hug your furry friend when you’re done reading—even teddy bears make mistakes!
Sara Swan Miller and True Kelly, author and illustrator of Three Stories You Can Read to Your Cat and Three Stories You Can Read to Your Dog, have done it again with three comical new stories—this time about teddy bears. Who knew that teddy bears are just as adventurous as cats and dogs?
 

About Sara Swan Miller

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Author Sara Swan Miller has been working with children most of her life and primarily writes children's books. One of her books was inspired by her grandcat Henry. She lives in High Falls, New York. True Kelley has illustrated many books for children, including Stay! Keeper's Story by Lois Lowry. She lives with children's author Steven Lindblom and their daughter, Jada, in Warner, New Hampshire.
 
Published March 23, 2004 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 48 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Three Stories You Can Read to Your Teddy Bear by Sara Swan Miller, illus. by True Kelley, follows earlier books to be read to dogs and cats (perhaps targeted to children who aren't allowed pets). T

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`Sometimes food does that.' "" The next entry, ""The Yummy Bug,"" details the suspenseful pursuit of a spotted beetle.

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