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Good Night, Little Bear

Illustrated by Richard ScarryAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Richard Scarry


· Golden Books
· Hardcover · Ages 3-7 years
· June 1, 2001 · $3.99 · 978-0-307-98624-5 (0-307-98624-1)

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First a story, and then a kiss from Mother Bear, and Father Bear carries Little Bear to bed. And that's when the fun begins. Father Bear gets to Little Bear's room, but Little Bear is missing! Little readers will see him hiding in the MOST obvious place but Father Bear cannot seem to find him. Is he under the stove? Is he in the garden? Is he in the woodbox? Only when Father Bear walks past the mirror does the silliness end, and in a very tasty way. With this, one of the most charming bedtime tales ever, Richard Scarry has once again proven his timeless appeal. 

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