A Boy and His Bear

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Margaret K. McElderry Books, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 196 pages
2 Reviews
Medieval London comes alive in this novel through the experiences of Dickon, a boy who is apprenticed to a tanner after his father's death. Sent on an errand to the master of the London Bear Garden, Dickon sees a bear being cub mistreated by the Garden workers. Determined to free the cub, Dickon faces many terrible dangers along the way.

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The book A Boy and His Bear is very more interesting and makes me want to read the book every hour and second of the day.I enjoyed this book because you could understand what it was saying.This is different to other books i have read,i can not tell you one bad thing and the book. Read full review

Review: A Boy and His Bear

User Review  - Goodreads

The book A Boy and His Bear is very more interesting and makes me want to read the book every hour and second of the day.I enjoyed this book because you could understand what it was saying.This is different to other books i have read,i can not tell you one bad thing and the book. Read full review

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