Ant Plays Bear

Paperback | August 1, 1999

byBetsy ByarsIllustratorMarc Simont

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In this delightful follow-up to My Brother, Ant, Anthony comes face to face with a growling bear, pretends to be a dog, and hears a giant tapping on the window. These enchanting stories capture the relationship between Ant and his brother with warmth and humor.

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Nurture both your child’s imagination and appreciation for books with the easy-to-read text and vivid illustrations In this delightful follow-up to My Brother, Ant. Anthony comes face to face with a growling bear, pretends to be a dog, and hears a giant tapping on the window. With warmth, these enchanting tales capture the relationsh...

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In this delightful follow-up to My Brother, Ant, Anthony comes face to face with a growling bear, pretends to be a dog, and hears a giant tapping on the window. These enchanting stories capture the relationship between Ant and his brother with warmth and humor.

Betsy Byars began her writing career rather late in life. "In all of my school years, . . . not one single teacher ever said to me, 'Perhaps you should consider becoming a writer,'" Byars recalls. "Anyway, I didn't want to be a writer. Writing seemed boring. You sat in a room all day by yourself and typed. If I was going to be a writer...

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Format:PaperbackPublished:August 1, 1999Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0141303514

ISBN - 13:9780141303512

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8

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Nurture both your child’s imagination and appreciation for books with the easy-to-read text and vivid illustrations In this delightful follow-up to My Brother, Ant. Anthony comes face to face with a growling bear, pretends to be a dog, and hears a giant tapping on the window. With warmth, these enchanting tales capture the relationship between Ant and his brother. Ant Plays Bear captures the relationship between Ant and his brother with warmth and humour.