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Lucky Hares and Itchy Bears

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Splash, dash, jump, and jitterbug with fifteen favorite northern animals in this lively, read-aloud book of poems and colorful images. Each picture-poem wraps an intriguing, unusual, or just-plain-fun fact about one particular wildlife into a whimsical package.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 1st 2001 by Alaska Northwest Books (first published October 1996)
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Mary Anne
Mar 08, 2011 Mary Anne rated it it was amazing
Wonderful picture book with illustrations by fave artist Evon Zerbetz. Perfect pairing with playful poems.
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Jan 22, 2008 Chiska rated it it was amazing
This is a great book of fun to read poems for kids.
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