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Reading with The Lazy Bear

It's spring and the animals in the forest are waking up. But where is Bruno the bear? Read along as you listen to an animated story about a bear to find out what happens.  Then print words and activities to
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It's spring and the animals in the forest are waking up. But where is Bruno the bear? Read along as you listen to an animated story about a bear to find out what happens. Then print words and activities to do with the story. From LearnEnglish Kids, for children who are learning English.

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