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Thank You Bear

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ISBN13:

9780448462608

ISBN10:
0448462605
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/27/2012
Publisher(s):
Grosset & Dunlap
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Summary

Pleased to find a small, empty box, Bear calls it "the greatest thing ever" and decides to take it to his friend Mouse. Along the way, he meets Monkey, Owl, Fox, Elephant, Squirrel, and Rabbit, but no one really appreciates his find. Bear begins to doubt his earlier enthusiasm, but Mouse has the last say when he looks inside the little box. "It is the greatest thing ever," he tells his friend. "Thank you, Bear."

Author Biography

Greg Foley lives in New York City.


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