By Karma Wilson
While springtime comes, in his hot iciness den a undergo wakes up very hungry and skinny!
Bear comes out of hibernation and he is VERY hungry.
He eats every little thing in sight--but he nonetheless desires extra!
Bear's buddies ultimately support him fulfill his large starvation through throwing him a shock birthday party.
Bear's adventures (like being too fats to slot during the doorway) will entertain and pleasure younger readers.
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