The Bear Who Loved Puccini

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Catalano, Dominic New York, New York, U.S.A. 1992 Hard Cover First Edition Very Good in Good to Very Good jacket The Bear Who Loved Puccini by Arnold Sundgaard copyright 1992, ... published by Philomel-stated First Impression. Hardback story/picture book has has a name stamped on free front endpaper-otherwise is quite clean and in near new condition with good to very good dust jacket in a Brodart protector-nice looking book. NOT AN EX-LIB! Read more Show Less

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1992 ISBN 0399221352. Hardback. First Printing. Very Good condition book in a Very Good condition dustjacket with white sticker covering barcode on back cover, rubs and creases ... around its edges. Tight, bright, attractive copy with no markings to the book. Read more Show Less

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1992-05-01 School & Library Binding Like New Hardback library copy HAS LIB STUFF DONE TO IT ~ ~12/23 nice bear book.

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1992 First impression (stated). Glossy pictorial hardcover. No DJ. 8 1/2 x 11. Unpaginated. Illustrated in color. Boards rubbed with a touch of wear to corners and spine ends. ... Gently used. Very good+. Clean, tight and bright. Read more Show Less

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From the ``dark deep forests of northern Minnesota'' to the bright lights of Milan, Italy, this tongue-in-cheek story of a young bear's rise to operatic stardom hits scarcely a wrong note. After hearing Madama Butterfly on the radio one day, Robert Remsen ``Barefoot'' Rainfield decides to ``become an opera singer and dedicate his voice to the music of Puccini.'' The determined bruin hops a bus to St. Paul, and after a stunning debut at a local diner (he's paid in pancakes), La Scala's maestro whisks him off to Italy to sing at the world's most famous opera house. Sundgaard has a puckish sense of humor (instead of autographs, for example, Barefoot hands out pawprints on cafe menus, and La Scala's offer--``We'll double the pancakes, triple the maple syrup''--is served up in campy Hollywood agent style), and the story errs only in its rather heavy moralizing--follow your dreams, no matter how impossible they might seem. Rendered in becoming tones of browns and blues, Catalano's muted pastel illustrations echo the understated wit of this upbeat tale. Ages 4-8. (June)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780399221354
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/1992
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 4 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 20.00 (w) x 20.00 (h) x 20.00 (d)

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