Archie and the Bear
Archie and the Bear by Zanni Louise is about a bear that thinks he’s a boy, and a boy who thinks he is a bear. Archie and the bear met each other. After they taught each other things, they went inside Archie’s house, where they are warm, and they eat honey sandwiches. I think it’s nice that Archie and the bear taught each other about bear and boy stuff. The story is about friendship between a boy and a bear and how they played together, ate honey sandwiches together, and kept each other warm because they were cold. The drawings of Archie are a little weird. Archie looks like a tiny bear, but he’s kind of cute. The bear looks different from Archie.
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|Author||Zanni Louise • David Mackintosh, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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