From Publishers Weekly
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This is an adorable fiction tale about a polar bear. I had my 2nd grade ELL students compare and contrast the book to share what could really happen and what was not true of polar... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jillian
A very well written story and quite clever. First you have the practical example of listening carefully. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Persop
I love this book and the entire series of the Little Polar Bear!Published 4 months ago by Lisa R. Jackson
I bought this book at a thrift store solely based on the pictures - mostly because the version I have is in Japanese. Not Japanese written in English letters. No, Japanese script. Read morePublished 9 months ago by empress8411
Books, you can never have too many books. Especially in a school setting. School, classroom and home.....the more the betterPublished 23 months ago by Humboldt County School District
My little Tiny girl loved this story. It was the perfect go-along with the stuffed Polar Bear. Thank you very much.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is not the full story!
The "board-book edition" is severely abridged. In particular:
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