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With one of his shoes untied, and all of the animals too scared to help, what's Bear going to do? The surprisingly clever answer will make kids -- and parents -- laugh. A perfect read-aloud.

A lumbering little polar bear has one shoe untied, and he needs some help! Sadly for him, though, the other animals are all too scared of him: the lemmings, rabbits, and seals all run away as he approaches them for assistance. What's Bear going to do? Luckily, two plucky birds are more than happy to help out and offer advice -- though probably not quite in the way that readers anticipate.

In this sweet and funny book about asking for help (and receiving it) , expectations are flipped in a simple but clever way.

Praise for Bear Needs Help:

A Junior Library Guild selection!

"Laced with humor and . . . decipherable in more ways than one." --Kirkus Reviews



About the Author

Sarah S. Brannen

Sarah S. Brannen wrote and illustrated Uncle Bobby's Wedding (G.P. Putnam's Sons) and Madame Martine (Whitman) . She illustrated Feathers: Not Just For Flying (Charlesbridge) , At Home in Her Tomb (Charlesbridge) , The Pied Piper of Hamelin (Sterling) , The Very Beary Tooth Fairy (Scholastic Press) , The Ugly Duckling (Sterling) , The Pig Scramble, Digging for Troy, and The ABC Book of American Homes.



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