by Ruth Krauss and Maurice Sendak
Hardcover, 1 v. (unpaged), Harpercollins Childrens Books, List Price: $14.95 | purchase
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Using just twenty-seven words, the author describes the adventures of a boy, his dog, and a lively troupe of bears, in a story first published in 1948 and now re-illustrated with the art of an award-winning illustrator.
June 4, 2005 The giant of children's literature talks with Jennifer Ludden about his craft and his early influences. His latest book is a re-illustration of a 1948 work by his mentor, Ruth Krauss, called Bears.
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