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Share the adventures of a big, friendly bear as he roams through all sorts of crazy settings, discovering different shapes along his way. Look very closely and you too may be able to find squares, circles, triangles, zig-zags and even stars cleverly hidden in the pictures. With its vibrant art and jaunty, rhyming text, Bear in a Square offers a fun-filled and exciting way of helping small children to learn their shapes. It also gives plenty of counting practice!

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9781846860553
  • ISBN: 9781846860553
  • Pub Date: 1st August 2000
  • Publisher: Barefoot Books Ltd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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About Stella Blackstone

Stella Blackstone has written many best-selling books for Barefoot Books, including the highly successful Bear series, My Granny went to Market (Barefoot Books, 1995) and Can You See the Red Balloon? (Barefoot Books, 1997). Her books continue to be translated into many languages. She lives in the Cotswolds with her three children. Debbie Harter continues to

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