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AuthorMichael Rosen
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Published09/21/2009
Long DescriptionBear is playing on the beach and, seeing the seagulls wheeling above him, decides that he would love to learn how to fly. And there are four children with him who know exactly how to make that happen. An exhilarating story about friends helping each other to realise their dreams - and having great fun doing it!
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