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In this retelling of an Ojibwe Indian tale, a mother bear loses sight of her two cubs as they all attempt to escape a forest fire by swimming across Lake Michigan.
Posted July 14, 2002
Being a educator, I have read this book to grades 1-3. Every child has been positively affected by the images and feelings conveyed in this book. I have even seen 'macho-like' adults cry at the conclusion of this book. I had to buy extra copies of this book and the other 'The Legend' books. This book will definely change one's life perspective. The young and young at heart will not be disappointed when looking at the book's rich use of color and reading the high-impact words. This book is worth its weight in gold and much more. As an educator, I urge others to get this book.
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Posted May 29, 2014
Love the book but disappointed in Barnes and Nobles. They advertises that this book is a limited addition with a DVD
of the story. The DVD is NOT included. I contacted them twice and was even sent another book which should of had the short film but
again it was not included.
Posted January 15, 2000