Edith and Mr. Bear

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, Feb 28, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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Mr. Bear's expensive clock fascinates Edith. She just has to touch it. But when she does, it falls down with a crash. Unable to admit that she has broken it, Edith's guilty conscience makes her so unhappy that she can't even enjoy her birthday party. In fact, Edith feels so badly about lying to Mr. Bear that she contemplates running away. What happens next makes for a timeless story that will resonate with anyone who has ever tried to cover up the truth. Dare Wright's innovative black-and-white photographs make EDITH AND MR. BEAR as intriguing as it was when first published in 1964.

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My favorite kid's book. I would check it out of the library almost monthly. I was always a visual person and the photographs really intrigued me as a kid. I can't believe I found this book online! Naughty Edith!

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These books are so weird and inappropriate I'm actually kind of torn between giving them one star or five. They're the B movie version of children's literature. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Dare Wright was born in Canada and raised in the United States. She started her career as a photographer's fashion model, then went around to the other side of the camera and became a highly successful freelance photographer. Her photographs appeared in such magazines as TOWN AND COUNTRY, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, VOGUE, and HARPER'S BAZAAR. She created several books about Edith and her friends, including the classic favorites The Lonely Doll and Edith and Mr. Bear.

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