Grizzly Bears of Alaska
This book is about bears. But it is only about grizzly bears and brown bears. They are both Alaska bears. They are the same bear, but they have a different color of fur and the brown bears live on the coast and get bigger than the grizzly bears. They eat, eat, eat; they eat berries and they eat meat. They love to eat salmon, which is meat, along with baby caribou and moose. A mother bear usually has two cubs but she can sometimes have three. She takes care of her cubs for a couple of years until they know how to fish and protect themselves and challenge other bears and win. I like all of the pictures. They are photographs of bears in Alaska. Alaska looks like a beautiful place with its wildlife. I like to read this book over again, and I like learning about bears, and I have already learned all about bears from this book. Someone who knows a lot about bears is the person who made this book, because they wouldn’t know all about bears unless they studied bears.
|Debbie S. Miller, Patrick J Endres, Photographer
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