Bear Despair

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Enchanted Lion Books, LLC, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Don't ever take a bear's teddy bear, no matter how cute you think it is. If you do, you'll be in for trouble. Big trouble. For a bear whose teddy has been stolen isn't simply heartbroken, but determined to get it back. So determined that he might just gobble up more than honey to do so! However, should he succeed in getting his teddy back, then there just might be a surprise in store. This is a book that all readers will relish, and one they will want to read again and again.

Born in 1971, Gaëtan Dorémus received his degree from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg, France, in 1999, after which he picked up a few other degrees while creating picture books and illustrations for the press. Dorémus has illustrated over twenty books and has produced hundreds of freestanding illustrations and cartoons. He loves to bicycle ride, walk in the mountains, and eat green tomatoes with cinnamon. In 2006, he became a Papa.

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Review: Bear Despair (Enchanted Lion's Stories Without Words)

User Review  - Eva Kelly - Goodreads

OK, so this one brings up a good subject, and you know what that is? It's books that don't have ANY words, but they're just pictures, but you can tell what the story is just by looking at them. I mean ... Read full review

Review: Bear Despair (Enchanted Lion's Stories Without Words)

User Review  - Kristina Lareau - Goodreads

Not a fan of the line art and color choices. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Gaetan Doremus: Born in 1971, GAËTAN DORÉMUS received his degree from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg in 1999, after which he picked up a few other degrees while creating picture books and illustrations for the press. Doremus has illustrated over 20 books and has produced hundreds of freestanding illustrations and cartoons. He loves to bicycle ride, walk in the mountains, and eat green tomatoes with cinnamon. In 2006, he became a Papa.

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