The Last Bit Bear A Fable by Sandra Chisholm Deyounge, Ellen Ditzler Meloy
  

The Last Bit Bear A Fable

Written by Sandra Chisholm Deyounge, Ellen Ditzler Meloy
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RRP £5.95

Synopsis

The Last Bit Bear A Fable by Sandra Chisholm Deyounge, Ellen Ditzler Meloy

This special colorized edition of a classic of children's environmental literature (over 100,000 copies sold), tells the story of Clover, the last bear of his kind, and his search for the leaves of the Moak tree-the food upon which his life depends. Along the way he meets a fish with a smile, a wise-cracking rat, and al ittle boy who holds the key to their survival-access to a national park.

Reviews

If you want to impress on your young children the importance of being environmentally responsible, it could open up conversation and plant seeds into their little minds. -- Jodelle Greiner, Gainesville, Tx Daily Register

About the Author

Before embarking on a career as a marketing specialist for Perrier, Sandra Robinson (now deYonge) wrote over a half-dozen children's books on nature and the environment, including The Rain Stick, The Wonder of Wolves, and Expedition Yellowstone. She divides her time between Rye, New York and a ranch near Bozeman, Montana.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Sandra Chisholm Deyounge, Ellen Ditzler Meloy
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Publisher

Roberts Rinehart Publishers

Publication date

9th February 2004

ISBN

9781570984310


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