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Bear That Wasn"t

Frank Tashlin

Bear That Wasn"t

by Frank Tashlin

  • 80 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Dover Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fairy Tales & Folklore - Anthologies,
  • Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Baby-Preschool

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7634928M
    ISBN 100486209393
    ISBN 109780486209395


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Bear That Wasn"t by Frank Tashlin Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the book The Bear That Wasn’t, author Frank Tashlin uses words and pictures to describe that process. Once upon a time, in fact it was on a Tuesday, the Bear stood at the edge of a great forest and gazed up at the sky. PreS-Gr 2—The author/illustrator draws inspiration from the one thing that has been missing from all of her previous work: a bear.

All parts of the book, from the case cover to the inside front and back covers to the title page, make light of the absence of the bear/5(28). The Bear That Wasn't (UK) Closed Captioning: In this video adaptation of Frank Tashlin's children's book, a bear is forced to navigate society's perception of who he is.

Credit Line. Book excerpts used with permission from Dover Publications. This clip is a video adaptation of the illustrated book, The Bear That Wasn’t. The Bear That Wasn't has been dubbed a modern fairy tale or a fable for adults. In this story, a bear did what bears do and found a cave to hibernate for the winter.

When he woke up, a factory was built around the cave. He thought it was a dream, but all of a sudden a factory foreman came running in and ordered him to get back to work/5. The Bear That Wasn't (Dover Children's Classics) Paperback – November 2, by Frank Tashlin (Author) › Visit Amazon's Frank Tashlin Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. /5(26). In the tradition of The Monster at the End of the Book, The Bear who Wasn't There encourages readers to interact with the book by deconstructing conventions of picture books.

This was a very fun read aloud. For those who would find it inappropriate, there is one page where an animal is surprised while in the bathroom/5.

LeUyen Pham worked in animation before turning to children's books, and has illustrated numerous other picture books in addition to The Bear Who Wasn't There. She lives and works in San Francisco, California, with her husband and her two adorable sons, Leo and Adrian.5/5(1). “Go ahead and enjoythe book, which is thoroughly funny throughout Mr.

Tashlin’s bear is very ingratiating and provides a good deal of fun for all members of the family.” –Springfield Republican “Mr. Tashlin’s earlier masterpiece, The Bear That Wasn’t is a genially. 'The Bear That Wasn't' A Laugh-Aloud Read For Kids Weekend Edition's ambassador to the world of kiddie literature, Daniel Pinkwater, reviews a classic book .