Grumpy Lumpy: The story of a boy and the bear that loved Him

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Grumpy Lumpy is a picture book tale about a teddy bear stitched together with an upside down smile, and a boy Christopher, who, being scorned by his peers, finds a kindred soul in this outcast toy. In his darkest hour, Christopher is struck by Grumpy Lumpy's quiet determination. Grumpy Lumpy goes on in life, despite his debilitating defect, encouraging Christopher never to give up on his own dreams, while at the same time instilling a loving compassion in Christopher.

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Grumpy Lumpy: The Story of a Boy and The Bear That Loved Him

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Grumpy Lumpy is a picture book tale about a teddy bear stitched together with an upside down smile, and a boy Christopher, who, being scorned by his peers, finds a kindred soul in this outcast toy. In his darkest hour, Christopher is struck by Grumpy Lumpy's quiet determination. Grumpy Lumpy goes on in life, despite his debilitating defect, encouraging Christopher never to give up on his own dreams, while at the same time instilling a loving compassion in Christopher.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982950517
  • Publisher: Crimson Oak Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 4/15/2011
  • Pages: 40
  • Age range: 8 - 14 Years

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2013

    A Chansey and a Ryhorn

    Come out of the buses. Chansey heals her and Ryhorn protects them. They jump out when she is fully healed. She uses ultimant dark plusle making all the weedles in the world extinct. C(-:<

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2013

    Beedrils

    All the Beedrills in the world swarm Umbreon and easily dodging the slow Rhydon use Twineedle on Midnight and Ko her. Then they Ko Chansey and fly out f reach of Rhydon. :)

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