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    The Grizzly Itch

    £6.99
    An outstanding debut picture book from Victoria Cassanell, about a blossoming friendship between a bear with an itch and a well-meaning beaver who wants to help.
    ISBN: 9781529013573
    AuthorVictoria Cassanell
    Pub Date05/03/2020
    BindingPaperback
    Pages32
    Availability: In Stock

    A funny and lighthearted story about friendship, sharing, and a deep love of nature and the joy it can bring.

    The first picture book from outstanding talent, Victoria Cassanell, The Grizzly Itch is a hilarious tale about how helping people often yields unexpected and wonderful surprises. Perfect for teaching children how to navigate first friendships and to encourage them to respect and enjoy the natural world.

    When Bear wakes up from his winter sleep, he discovers an itch. And not just any itch - an unBEARable Grizzly Itch. But when he gets to his favourite scratching tree, it suddenly crashes to the ground. It turns out Beaver likes trees too . . . Thankfully, Beaver knows lots of other trees, and promises to help Bear find a new one. But Bear's itch is getting more grizzly by the minute, and none of the trees Beaver show him are quite right. Maybe it's not a tree Bear needs, after all?

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    A funny and lighthearted story about friendship, sharing, and a deep love of nature and the joy it can bring.

    The first picture book from outstanding talent, Victoria Cassanell, The Grizzly Itch is a hilarious tale about how helping people often yields unexpected and wonderful surprises. Perfect for teaching children how to navigate first friendships and to encourage them to respect and enjoy the natural world.

    When Bear wakes up from his winter sleep, he discovers an itch. And not just any itch - an unBEARable Grizzly Itch. But when he gets to his favourite scratching tree, it suddenly crashes to the ground. It turns out Beaver likes trees too . . . Thankfully, Beaver knows lots of other trees, and promises to help Bear find a new one. But Bear's itch is getting more grizzly by the minute, and none of the trees Beaver show him are quite right. Maybe it's not a tree Bear needs, after all?