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The boy's navy shorts and blue-and-white striped shirt are constants as are the white curves of the animal.
Their friendship survives the distance, and the bear proposes a new trip together, setting up the boy to ask the question one last time.
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Bear leave Great Wexley with high hopes that are soon dashed. Hunted again because of Bear’s connections to John Ball, Bear is wounded and then nursed by an old midwife-healer and a disfigured waif of a girl named Troth.
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Army's 85th Division, made up primarily of men from Michigan and Wisconsin, completed its training at Fort Custer, outside of Battle Creek. The Story of The Bear is a hard-bound, page book with 23 full-color illustrations.
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