What does my teddy bear do all day?

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Minedition/Penguin, Oct 12, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Have you ever wondered what your teddy bear does when you're not home? Well, one little girl is determined to find out. She peeks, she spies, she even pretends to be asleep. But she can't ever seem to catch him doing anything. So she comes up with a plan that's sure to catch him, in a sweet and delightful surprise. The rhyme is contagious, and will keep kids laughing.

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There she is looking through the window to catch her Teddy doing something but she can't so she gets up the tree outside and looks and sees him moving like his friends are but she want to now what is the Teddy doing so she looks and looks and got ya he was eating her sweets and now she knows who is stealing her sweets and she went down the tree and said shy are you eating my sweets but said nothing but his smile went down and laughed 

About the author (2004)

Hachler has worked for the past ten years as a freelance journalist specializing in music.

Antonio Lozano is a journalist and children's book writer. Birte Muller is an author and illustrator.

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