Publisher description for Touch the sky, my little bear / David Bedford and Jane Chapman.

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Seldom has the caring and the guidance of a mother and the curiosity and trust of a child been so tenderly depicted as in this generously sized and beautiful picture book set in the far off Artic. A young polar bear, just out of infancy, asks his mother, "What is it like to be big?" With infinite patience, his mother shows him what to expect as he grows--how he will one day run like the wind, jump as high as a bird, and dive and swim like a fish. He will be so tall he will almost touch the sky! In the Artic world created by Jane Chapman's subtly hued, glowing paintings, the love between mother and child shines forth.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Polar bear -- Juvenile fiction.
Polar bear -- Fiction.
Bears -- Fiction.
Mother and child -- Fiction.