Big Bear Was Not the Same
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Beaming Books, 2021.
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English

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Joanna Rowland., Joanna Rowland|AUTHOR., & John Ledda|ILLUSTRATOR. (2021). Big Bear Was Not the Same . Beaming Books.

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Joanna Rowland, Joanna Rowland|AUTHOR and John Ledda|ILLUSTRATOR. 2021. Big Bear Was Not the Same. Beaming Books.

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Joanna Rowland, Joanna Rowland|AUTHOR and John Ledda|ILLUSTRATOR. Big Bear Was Not the Same Beaming Books, 2021.

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Joanna Rowland, Joanna Rowland|AUTHOR, and John Ledda|ILLUSTRATOR. Big Bear Was Not the Same Beaming Books, 2021.

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Little Bear loves the woods, his home, and going on adventures with his best friend, Big Bear. Big Bear is so big and strong and brave. He always protects Little Bear and helps him feel safe. Then something scary happens to Big Bear. He's caught in a forest fire. Even after he escapes and is safe, Little Bear can tell that Big Bear is not the same. He runs, roars, or freezes in fear when ordinary things happen in the woods that remind him of that traumatic day. How can Little Bear's big, strong, brave friend be so scared now? And how can Little Bear be a good friend?

In Big Bear Was Not the Same, Joanna Rowland, author of the bestselling book The Memory Box, gently introduces young readers to the common feelings of fear, anxiety, and anger that can follow a traumatic event, and shows them how to have empathy and compassion for themselves and for loved ones experiencing the effects of trauma.

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