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The Biography of a Grizzly Paperback – January 5, 2007
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Pierced by the Sun
A gripping tale of murder and redemption by the author of Like Water for Chocolate. Learn More
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The book is an easy read, has a simple style, and really helps the reader picture how things look from the animals' perspective. Animals do have intelligence and emotions, recent learnings show that even sharks do, so this book is probably more relevant and true to life than when it was written.
I recommend it to readers from about age 10 to the oldest adult will all enjoy it and come away thinking and feeling in ways they didn't expect.
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Great reating for all ages. And b the moral of the story is.....Published 29 days ago by Bob Shepard
This looks like a self-published rip off. There is no copyright/publishing details page. The book is about 1/5 the number of pages of our family heirloom original book, which... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed the story about the bear, I found it to be an easy read and interesting also. I animals could tell their story as this one did there would be many good books on the... Read morePublished on June 16, 2014 by Jim Weishaar
This is NOT A BOOK! This is only a " reproduction of a typed mamusript"'with blank spaces in place of illustrations or sketches. Read morePublished on December 29, 2013 by Joel B. Heiland
My Grandmother used to read us this story. I was so happy to find it online. The book has beautiful pen and ink illustrations which are art in themselves. Beautiful purchase! Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Two Twiggs
I didn't realize that there was no illustrations in the book and Seton was a very fine illustrator, so why would you publish one of his books without the illustrations?Published on December 27, 2012 by P.Calder Weller