The Bunny and the Bear: A Cold and Frosty Winter by David Carter

The Bunny and the Bear: A Cold and Frosty Winter by David Carter

Fairy Tales | Fiction | Fantasy

This is a story for children and the young at heart (of any age!) It features lots of fab characters, beginning of course with the Bunny and the Bear, both of whom are desperately seeking good new homes.
Follow the story of the Bunny and the Bear, as they set out on their quest to find a suitable new place to live, and ultimately find true happiness.
Will they be successful and will they find contentment? The only way you will ever know is by reading the story. Do have fun!
The Bunny and the Bear are determined to do exactly that Whatever it takes!
If you like Teddy Bear stories you will love this.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a TEXT story, NOT a picture book....



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Follow the story of the Bunny and the Bear, as they set out on their quest to find a suitable new place to live, and ultimately find true happiness.
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The...