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The Tree That Bear Climbed


Book Description
The Tree That Bear Climbed is a creative twist on the classic, The House that Jack Built. Young listeners and early readers will love the rhythmic repetition as they learn about the many parts of a tree. Beginning with the roots that anchor the tree, this cumulative verse story climbs to a surprise ending. Why is the bear so eager to climb the tree and what happens when he gets to the top? Kate Ri... More
Book Information
PublisherSylvan Dell Publishing
BindingHardcover (3 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
ISBN-101607185288
ISBN-13978-1607185284
Publication Date08/10/2012
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About Marianne Berkes (Author) : Marianne Berkes is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Marianne Berkes include Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme (Simply Nature Book), Over in the Arctic: Whe... more
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About Kathleen Rietz (Illustrator) : Hi Everyone! I am a children's book illustrator, and sometimes an art teacher. I am currently illustrating my 5th published book. I love the innocence and wonder of childhood, especially the way ch... more
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