The Story of Bear Six Nine Three
About the Book
A curious, young grizzly bear named Ned and his mother, Betty Lou, struggle with the ever-increasing problem of urban encroachment on their habitat. Despite his mother’s guidance, Ned continues to associate with well meaning townspeople and hikers alike, becoming habituated to humans and thus enjoying the perks that living close to an expanding community can provide.
With the playful text of Joe Pavelka and illustrated throughout with the lush paintings of Lynne Huras, Ned is certain to provide readers with an insightful look at the basic issues facing wildlife on a daily basis.
Ned is a fun story that will enlighten and delight young and old alike, and because of its timeless theme, the book will remain relevant for years to come.