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Theodora Bear

64 pages
Harriet has a large collection of stuffed animals. Her favorite is an intrepid bear, Theodora (Teddy, to her friends), who leads the others in a variety of attempts to boss Harriet around and to claim the spot of alpha animal in the household. It is all Harriet can do to get her own way once in a while.
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Carolyn Jones illustrated byBarbara Spurll
Text copyright ©2007Carolyn Jones Illustrations copyright ©2007Barbara Spurll All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system now known or to be invented, without permission in writing from the publisher.
Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication
Jones, Carolyn, 1962-Theodora Bear / written by Carolyn Jones ; illustrated by Barbara Spurll.
(Orca echoes)
ISBN 978-1-55143-496-4
I. Spurll, Barbara II. Title. III. Series.
PS8619.O5325T44 2007 jC813’.6 C2006-907050-4
First published in the United States,2007Library of Congress Control Number:2006940596
Summary: Harriet struggles to maintain order in a house filled with bossy and demanding stuffed animals.
Orca Book Publishers gratefully acknowledges the support for its publishing programs provided by the following agencies: the Government of Canada through the Book Publishing Industry Development Program and the Canada Council for the Arts, and the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and the Book Publishing Tax Credit. Typesetting by Christine Toller Cover artwork and interior illustrations by Barbara Spurll Author photo by Janet Rerecich
OrcaBookPublishersOrcaBookPublishers POBox5626,Stn.BPOBox468 Victoria,BCCanadaCuster,WAUSAV8R฀6S4 98240-0468 www.orcabook.com Printed and bound in Canada. Printed on 100% PCW recycled paper.
10 09 08 07 • 4 3 2 1
is book is dedicated to Lenna Clara Harriet Erica Jones—the real Harriet. C.J.
With love to my dad, whose quick wit, enthusiasm and creativity are deeply missed. B.S.
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Chapter One Sick Day
TheodoraBearwasvisitingHarriet.Sofarthevisithadgone฀ very฀ well.฀The฀ only฀ problem฀ was฀ that฀ there฀ was฀ no฀candy฀at฀Harriet’s฀house.฀Theodora฀told฀herself฀that฀ sugar฀ was฀ bad฀ for฀ her฀ teeth฀ and฀ her฀ tummy.฀ And฀ she฀ hadextrajamatbreakfast. Today,฀ Harriet฀ was฀ sick.฀ She฀ was฀ grumpy฀ about฀ it.฀ She฀sat฀up฀in฀bed.฀She฀coughed฀and฀frowned฀in฀between฀ coughs.฀ Her฀ animals฀ crowded฀ the฀ bed.฀ Theodora฀ decidedtocheerherup. “Did฀you฀know฀that฀colds฀last฀ten฀days฀at฀most?”฀she฀ said.Onlyninemoredaystogoaftertoday.Harriet฀did฀not฀smile.฀She฀patted฀the฀bear฀and฀leaned฀ backonherpillows.
“I฀ once฀ had฀ a฀ cold฀ that฀ lasted฀ six฀ weeks,”฀ Vera฀ the฀ penguin฀said. “That’s฀nothing,”฀Violet฀the฀sheep฀said.฀“I฀once฀had฀a฀ coldthatlastedsixmonths.Harriettriedtospeak,buttheothersweretooloud.“Only฀those฀of฀us฀from฀Antarctica฀really฀know฀about฀ colds,Verasaid. Shutup,Vera.Youdontgetacoldfrombeingcold.Everyoneknowsthat.“You฀do฀so฀get฀sick฀from฀being฀cold.฀It฀shocks฀your ฀body.” Howshockingcoulditbeifyouwerebornthere?Well,ImustsayQuiet!yelledHarriet.Therewasasilence. “Some฀of฀you฀may฀have฀had฀colds฀in฀the฀past,”฀Harriet฀ said.฀“But฀I’m฀the฀one฀who’s฀sick฀today.฀And฀I฀want฀some฀ peace฀and฀quiet.” “Some฀people฀really฀like฀to฀feel฀sorry฀for฀themselves,”฀ Veramuttered. “I฀agree,”฀whispered฀Violet.฀“I฀don’t฀think฀she฀wants฀ togetbetter.
Chapter Two Chores
Harriet฀was฀making฀her฀bed.฀It฀was฀the฀one฀household฀ choreshereallyhated.ShetossedTeddyandtheothersontoachair.“Why฀am฀I฀the฀only฀one฀who฀ever฀makes฀the฀bed?”฀ she฀said. Theodoralookedup. Becauseyouretheonlyonewiththumbs,shesaid.“See?”฀She฀held฀out฀her฀paws.฀“Bears฀don’t฀have฀thumbs.฀ Soitshardforustodojobslikethat.Penguinsdonthavethumbs,either,Verasaid.She heldoutoneorangeipperforHarriettosee. Nordosheep,Lambiesaid.