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Bear Who Wanted to be a Bear

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Bear Who Wanted to be a Bear

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The Bear Who Wanted to be a Bear by Jorg Steiner
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Description

Highlighting issues of environmental protection, human identity, and the pursuit of self, this remarkable modern fable brings philosophical subjects to the forefront through humor and imagination. When a brown bear awakes from hibernation, he is surprised to find that a modern factory has been built right over his den. His bewilderment only grows when a factory guard mistakes him for an unshaven human and, failing to prove his identity, is forced to become a factory worker.

Author Biography

Jorg Steiner is a writer and former teacher at a juvenile corrections facility. Jorg Muller is the author and illustrator of several books, including The Changing City and The Changing Countryside. He is the recipient of the Hans Christian Anderson Award for Illustration.
Release date NZ
January 15th, 2007
Author
Contributor
Illustrated by Jorg Mueller
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
colour illustrations
Imprint
Heryin Publishing Corporation
Pages
44
Dimensions
254x254x10
ISBN-13
9780976205609
Product ID
2249874

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