The bear who wasn't there : and the fabulous forest / Oren Lavie ; illustrations by Wolf Erlbruch.
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- ISBN: 1617754900
- ISBN: 9781617754906
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 33 cm
- Publisher: [New York] : Black Sheep, 
- Copyright: ©2016
Originally published in 2014 in Germany by Verlag Antje Kunstmann Gmbh.
One day, a few minutes after Once Upon a Time, a bear awakes to find he has lost something very important: himself! He sets out into the Fabulous Forest to find himself, using only a few clues scrawled on a piece of paper: the bear he's looking for is a nice bear; he is a happy bear; and he's very handsome too! These sound like pretty good qualities to Bear, and so begins his memorable journey. With the help of Fabulous Forest critters like the Convenience Cow, the Lazy Lizard, and the Penultimate Penguin, Bear finds that he himself is just what he's been looking for all along: a nice, happy bear--and handsome too!
|Target Audience Note:||
AD 520 Lexile.
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