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It's Bear's first day of school, and he's a bit reluctant to go. Mama says all bears love school; Bear isn't so sure. But school turns out to be full of fun--painting pictures, listening to stories, and making new friends. Maybe this bear will like school after all.
Hooray! It's time to go to preschool. And that means it's time for . . . Having fun, making friends, learning about the world, sharing with others, using your manners, playing games, running, jumping, and swinging, imagining and creating, snacks and naps, drop-off and pick-up, and more, more, more!
"Do I have to go?" Owen asks. "Yes," his mother replies. But his mother sends him off with more than just his lunch. She promises that no matter where he is and no matter what he's doing -- whether Owen is making a new friend or spilling his juice -- she'll love him all day long, from the moment they part until the moment Owen is back in her arms again.