Cheery persistence wears down a curmudgeonly bear in a wry comedy of manners that ends in a impossible friendship.
Bear is sort of certain he doesn’t like guests. He even has an indication. So when a mouse faucets on his door at some point, Bear tells him to go away. However when Bear goes to the cabinet to get a bowl, there’s the mouse — small and grey and bright-eyed. On this slapstick story that begs to be learn aloud, all Bear needs is to eat his breakfast in peace, however the mouse — who retains popping up in probably the most sudden locations — simply received’t go away!Candlewick Press MA
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