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Three Bears of the Pacific Northwest (Pacific Northwest Fairy Tales) (Board book)

Three Bears of the Pacific Northwest (Pacific Northwest Fairy Tales) By Richard Vaughan, Marcia Crews, Jeremiah Trammell (Illustrator) Cover Image
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When a small blue teddy bear falls out of a moving recreational vehicle in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, two native bears-Black Bear and Brown Bear-agree to help reunite Blue Bear with his family.

Based on the best-selling children’s picture book, this story follows two bears on a journey to help a little blue bear find his way home in this board book adaption of Three Bears of the Pacific Northwest. This is a charming story with a happy ending and no Goldilocks. The book features Jeremiah Trammel's beautiful oil-painted illustrations, which are sure to engage children and parents alike.

About the Author

Marcia Crews has written more than 100 children’s books in Australia and the United States. She lives in Tacoma, WA.

Richard Vaughan is the author of more than 20 children’s books, including Eagle Boy. He lives in San Marcos, CA.
Jeremiah Trammell is an illustrator whose work has appeared in over five children's books, including The Giant Cabbage. He lives in Seattle.

Praise For…

A PNBA Bestseller! 

"Does your child have a cherished animal or blanket? They will relate to the bond and journey one blue bear takes to find his lost family."
Parenting Healthy

“[A] perfect tale of three bears (minus Goldilocks) having an adventure through the Cascade mountains and the Salish Sea.”
—The Petite Stag

"[With] fantastic backdrops and up close glimpses of our beautiful Cascadian lands…[Three Bears of the Pacific Northwest] tells a complete and captivating story.”
Wild Tales of…

“A very fun and educational adventure.”
—Unleashing Readers

“Explore the Pacific Northwest.”
—Seattle’s Child
Product Details
ISBN: 9781632170767
ISBN-10: 1632170760
Publisher: Little Bigfoot
Publication Date: August 9th, 2016
Pages: 20
Language: English
Series: Pacific Northwest Fairy Tales