Synopses & Reviews
Bear had a dream. His dream was to make his friends laugh. He wanted to tell his jokes on Woodland Stage on a Saturday night. He imagined what his friends would say. "Youre so funny, Bear," Fawn would call.
"Great jokes!" Chuck would shout.
"Who knew our friend Bear was such a
comedian?" Bandit would ask. Bear had a problem, though. Whenever he spoke in front of a crowd, he got nervous. His knees knocked. His paws paused. His fur froze. He stuttered and could barely speak.
Can Bear overcome his stage fright and make his animal pals chuckle?
Bear dreams of becoming a comedian. His jokes are unbearably funny, and he wants nothing more than to make his friends laugh. But Bear has a problem. He has stage fright.
When Emmy, the comic hummingbird, discovers Bear's jokes, Bear learns that there's more than one way to achieve your dream.
Seven short chapters, accompanied by adorable illustrations, tell the story of how one talented bear achieves his dreams. Perfect for youngsters bridging from accompanied to independent reading.