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Covington Branch E DYCKM A (Text) 33126020637561 Easy Available -
Erlanger Branch E DYCKM A (Text) 33126020637512 Easy Checked out 08/06/2019
Erlanger Branch E DYCKM A (Text) 33126021905090 Easy Checked out 08/05/2019
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  • ISBN: 0316282839
  • ISBN: 9780316282833
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
    print
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2016.

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Summary, etc.: When Bear breaks a little girl's kite, she thinks he is a "HORRIBLE BEAR!"--Until she makes a mistake of her own and learns the power of saying "I'm sorry."
Subject: Friendship Fiction
Apologizing Fiction
Bears Fiction

  • Baker & Taylor
    When he accidentally breaks a girl's kite and she gets upset with him, Bear gets an idea about how to live up to his undeserved reputation until the girl makes a mistake of her own, showing them both the importance of apologizing.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Feeling indignant when he accidentally breaks a little girl's kite and she yells at him in frustration, Bear gets a terrible idea about how to live up to his undeserved reputation until the little girl makes a mistake of her own, showing both of them the importance of apologizing. By the award-winning creators of Wolfie the Bunnie. Simultaneous eBook. 20,000 first printing.
  • Baker & Taylor
    When Bear breaks a little girl's kite, she thinks he is a "HORRIBLE BEAR!"--until she makes a mistake of her own and learns the power of saying "I'm sorry."
  • Grand Central Pub
    The New York Times-bestselling duo behind Wolfie the Bunny presents a hilarious new book about accidents, outbursts, manners...and the power of saying "I'm sorry."

    Bear didn't mean to break a little girl's kite, but she's upset anyway--upset enough to shout "HORRIBLE BEAR!" Bear is indignant. He doesn't think he's horrible! Then Bear gets a truly Horrible Bear idea. What will he do next? As Bear prepares to live up to his formerly undeserved reputation, the girl makes a mistake of her own, and realizes that maybe--just maybe--Bear isn't as horrible as she had thought.
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