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Little Bear's Breakfast - cover

Little Bear's Breakfast

Susan McClanahan

Publisher: Twin Sisters® Digital Media™

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Summary

When Little Bear's Mommy is in bed with the flu, Daddy bear decides to make breakfast. But Daddy Bear soon learns that making breakfast is not as easy as he thought. The problem is easily solved when Daddy Bear decides to take Little Bear out for breakfast. Fun music and authentic sound effects help tell the adorable story of “Little Bear's Breakfast.”
Available since: 03/03/2020.

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