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Little Cub

Written and illustrated by Olivier Dunrea

Published by Penguin Young Readers Group

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A young bear cub, who is alone in the world, and Old Bear, who is grumpy and tired of living alone, meet and discover what they have been missing. By the best-selling creator of the Gossie and Gertie books.

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  • Age Range: 0-3
  • Pages: 28
  • Book Type: board
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2014
  • ISBN: 0399166831
  • ISBN 13: 978-0399166839
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Little cub is such a sweet story of two lonely bears (one an old bear, one a little cub) who find each other. I love how they compliment each other and bring each other joy, and I love how Old Bear is a loving father figure who can take care of little cub. This book would also be great for adoptive parents!

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