A compelling children's picture book from a World War II setting when toys were not readily available. The child in the story is very fond of a "hand-me-down" teddy bear that has no eyes and begins to fantasize by describing images to the bear. On a visit to Grandma's house, Grandma sews two black buttons on the old bear's face and the child is elated as he begins to show Ted Bear all of the things he has been telling him about.
|Publisher:||Rogers Publishing and Consulting, Inc|
|Product dimensions:||0.08(w) x 11.00(h) x 8.50(d)|
About the Author
Rick Atkinson is a writer and editorial cartoonist based in McKinney, Texas. His stories and cartoons have been featured in numerous newspapers across Texas. His art work is currently featured on theheckler.com/dallas and he illustrated Alan Burton’s current “sports quotes” book - Pirates, Soldiers & Fat Little Girlfriends. Rick has a BA from Southern Methodist University. He served as a pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps for 10 years and was an American Airlines Pilot for 13 years. He is married to the former Debbie Spiecher of Lufkin, Texas.