We Are Bears by Molly Grooms
(Nature for Kids)

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In these two delightful children's stories, young wolf cubs and young bear cubs explore their big, new worlds. Uncle Wolf teaches two young cubs all about being wolves in We Are Wolves. They learn to be watchers and listeners and travelers and hunters. But most important of all, they learn about their pack -- and being a family. In We Are Bears, Mother Bear teachers her new cubs all about being bears. They learn to be climbers and swimmers and diggers and sleepers. Mother Bear is very proud of them. The cubs' adventures come alive through beautifully detailed illustrations. Readers of all ages will enjoy and treasure these two beautiful books for generations.

About Molly Grooms

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Grooms (pen name Melinda Julietta) has loved animals and studied their behavior since she was a child. She began writing books at the age of six. Guarnotta has a degree in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara, Italy. She has won several prestigious awards and prizes in Italy and is currently art director/designer with an Italian organization.
Published November 1, 2000 by Cooper Square Publishing Llc. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Following the same format as their previous collaboration (We Are Wolves, which Groom wrote under the pen name Melinda Julietta), author and artist here chronicle a day in the life of a mother bear and her two cubs.

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