Little Polar Bear Takes a Stand

(Book #11 of LITTLE POLAR BEAR)
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About The Book

Everyone's favorite little polar bear takes a stand for what's right in this story about friendship, working together, and the environment. Timed to coincide with the Little Polar Bears 30th Anniversary!

Help! Where there used to be lots of food, now there are hardly any fish left. But Lars and his friends know just what needs to be done. In helping to put things right Lars proves just what a brave little hero he is. This new story in time for the Little Polar Bear's 30th anniversary will inspire young readers to speak up for what they believe in.

About The Author

Hans de Beer was born in 1957 in Muiden, near Amsterdam. After briefly studying history, he attended courses at the Rietveld Art Academy in Amsterdam. His dissertation on Lars, the little polar bear, gained him international success and countless awards, and it has so far been translated into thirty languages. Today he lives as a freelance illustrator with his partner, an Italian illustrator, and they have homes in Amsterdam and just outside Florence.

Raves and Reviews

Little polar bear Lars is back—and this time, he needs to stop humans from depleting his fishing grounds...Scientific facts blend seamlessly with the fantasy of literal animal activists. 

– Vicky Smith, Kirkus Reviews

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