Rose Bruns
Rose Bruns asked:

Isn't it unfair that the mouse and bear each get half? The bear is hungry and more than 10 times the size of the mouse. In my opinion the bear should get closer to three-fourths of the strawberry.

Joymarie
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Amy The bear doesn't get any because there is no bear. The narrator tricks the mouse into splitting the strawberry out of fear.
Melissa Completely valid point.
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