Hanna Bear's Christmas

Hanna Bear's Christmas

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Wake up, Hanna Bear!

Hanna Bear can smell winter coming. It's time to find a den and snooze through the cold days and nights until spring because that is what bears do. But this year Hanna longs to see Christmas, so her friends agree to get her up for the special day. It isn't that easy to wake up a sleeping bear. When the mountain goat butts the door of her den, Hanna doesn't stir. So the moose tries, but even the sound of his antlers scraping back and forth doesn't wake up Hanna. The spruce grouse tries, and then the snowshoe hare, but no one can make enough noise.

What are they going to do? They don't want to disappoint Hanna. But each one has made as much noise as they can. What more can they do?

Children will enjoy making their own brand of noise as they follow along with the animals and help wake up Hanna. And they'll revel in the magic of a Christmas night, as they follow Hanna and her friends through the woods. A fun story for little ones about when to cooperate, when to make noise, and when to be silent.

Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2007.
ISBN: 9781550415858
Call Number: DEVINE
Characteristics: p.
Subjects: Bears -- Juvenile fiction.
Christmas stories, American.
Additional Contributors: Cassidy, Sean


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