The Bravest Ever Bear by Allan Ahlberg
Once upon a time there was a bear...and a penguin...and a perfectest ever princess, a wolf, a troll, a dragon, and a....sausage. A sausage? Yes, a sausage! And they all wanted to tell you theirstories! Soft Cover. 32 Pages. Ages 1-5 years. Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury...    
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