Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
|Author||Bill Martin, Jr.|
|Cover artist||Eric Carle|
|Publisher||Julia MacRae Books|
|October 15, 1991|
|Media type||Board book|
The book is designed to help toddlers identify zoo animals and the noises they make. It features a polar bear, a lion, a hippopotamus, a flamingo, a zebra, a boa constrictor, an elephant, a leopard, a peacock, a walrus, a zoo keeper and some children.
This is a companion book to Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, published by Carle and Martin in 1967, replacing the earlier text's colours and common animals with sounds and less common creatures.
- "List of Books by Eric Carle", Eric Carle Personal Website
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