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Revisiting: Wonder Bear by Tao Nyeu

A couple of weeks ago I reviewed Wonder Bear, by Tao Nyeu. It releases very soon, September 18, and I am sure it will be a huge success. I have another link that I want to share with you, A conversation with Tao Nyeu. It is an entertaining interview that can be found on the Barnes & Noble site, in the features section.

When asked what inspired the creation of Wonder Bear, Tao replied, … “One day I came upon a very odd looking gummy bear. It had the look of a bear that had magical powers. It was spooky so I ate it. That led to the development of a story about a bear who performs magic … “

Links: A conversation with Tao Nyeu – a featured item on the Barnes & Noble site.
Wonder Bear: Tao Nyeu – a book review by The Children’s Book Review

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