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Buster Bear's Twins

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Mother Bear has a secret! In fact, she has two of them. They're her brand new cubs — Boxer and Woof-Woof. The arrival of the Green Forest's newest inhabitants has Peter Rabbit, Chatterer the Red Squirrel, Prickly Porky, Hooty the Owl, and other forest creatures all astir over the goings-on in the Bear household. Young readers, too, can share the excitement as they learn ho ...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published May 14th 1999 by Dover Publications (first published 1923)
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Jonathan Marshall
Jan 31, 2011 Jonathan Marshall rated it liked it
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This is a phrase that brings a smile to my face as often as I hear it. As a young child, I would lose myself for hours in the simple world of the wood and pond inhabited by Little Joe Otter, Buster Bear, Grandfather Frog, and terrorized by Farmer Brown's Boy. I can remember the very shelf, even the exact spot in the little library in Felton, CA where these books were kept. I would return practically every week with a new armload to last me until our next trip to the library. Of
Oct 28, 2015 Caleb rated it liked it
I liked it. It's how Buster Bear has twins, but he almost tries to eat them cause he didn't know he had them and he didn't want any other bears in the Green forest.
Dec 30, 2015 Nathaniel rated it really liked it
I liked it. It's about Buster Bear's twins and he almost eats them cause he doesn't know it's his twins. Most of it's about Boxer.
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Thornton W. (Waldo) Burgess (1874-1965), American author, naturalist and conservationist, wrote popular children's stories including the Old Mother West Wind (1910) series. He would go on to write more than 100 books and thousands of short-stories during his lifetime.
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