One Very Big Bear

Alice Briere-Haquet

A polar bear thinks that he is the tallest around. But then different animals step in and show him how when they work together, they are just as tall as him. For instance, two walruses show him that together they are the same height, and then three foxes show the same. The book uses charming illustrations to demonstrate adding on by one and relative size.


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