Little Golden Bear
Little Golden Bear weighs caution against curiosity, and as with many little children, curiosity seems more often the winner, and a lesson forever learned the only favorable outcome. In Little Golden Bear, K. L. King follows the young bear from one adventure to another in Washington State’s Olympic National Park. With his parents to guide him, the little bear learns the ways of the wild and its dangers, as well as the good and bad of the less-than-wild humans.
Rich, full-color illustrations fill the pages of this gentle and often humorous story. Children will readily relate to Little Golden Bear’s mishaps, as well as his reluctance for venturing into the unfamiliar.