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Junior Book Club: March 2013

From Ed Vere's noisy adventure to a snappy sibling, we pick the best new picture books


Posted: 13 March 2013
by Fiona McKim


 5 of 5 

Bear’s Best Friend by Lucy Coats and Sarah Dyer Bloomsbury, £5.99, 3+

Oh, the disparity between friends and best friends. These rankings are poles apart in the playground and, apparently, the woodland too. Despite having plenty of pals, Bear wants an official bosom buddy so, like a furry Edward Scissorhands, sets out to woo creatures with his topiary talents. Of course, true best-friendship is just around the corner.


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