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Thank You Bear
     

Thank You Bear

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by Greg Foley
 

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Early one morning, a little bear found a little box.

He looked inside. Then he exclaimed,

“Why, it’s the greatest thing ever! Mouse will love this.”

Bear’s friends aren’t so sure of his newfound treasure, however. “That’s not so great,” says Monkey. “I’ve seen those before,” says Owl.

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Thank You Bear 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book!  I work with children and am an on-call babysitter and nanny and wherever I go, I always take "Thank You Bear" with me! If I don't bring it, kids ask me where it is.  The graphics are so beautiful and simple yet there is so much for the child to take in as they gaze upon each page. I always give a unique voice to each animal and pause for a quiet moment before I change each page, watching the wheels turning in the child's head. I have not met a child that didn't love having this book read to them again and again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is adorable! Im 11 and i still think it cute!
ShiroKoinu More than 1 year ago
A cute story about the importance of giving and what really matters about a gift, no matter what others say.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked this book up in the store,just to kill time, and I'm so glad I did. This is a must have for the children you love. I believe they will ask to have it read over and over, and you will be glad to read it for them. The author has definitely touched on 'real-life' here. He connects to the child in you. We all experience discouraging people, we did as children and we do now. Great lessons on how you treat others can be drawn from this very simple story. I was impressed with the authors ability to come across in such a big way, and yet he kept it on a child's level. Bravo!