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The Bear Who Stared

The incredibly talented Duncan Beedie releases his debut children's picture book with Templar Publishing

Prepare to charmed by Duncan Beedie's endearing book The Bear Who Stared, set to be released on Monday 1st February the book tells a story of a lovable bear who liked to stare. Bear doesn’t mean to be rude, he’s just curious …but nobody likes being stared at and it soon gets Bear into trouble. Luckily there’s a goggly-eyed frog to set Bear straight!” doesn’t mean to be rude, he’s just curious …but nobody likes being stared at and it soon gets Bear into trouble. Luckily there’s a goggly-eyed frog to set Bear straight!

Duncan tells us a bit about the book:

"February 1st will see the official publication of my debut children’s picture book ‘The Bear Who Stared’. It’s hard to think that just over a year ago I received a phone call from my now editor, Alison Ritchie, informing me that my manuscript had been selected for publication by Templar. In just under 4 weeks all the sketching, colouring and text revisions (of which there weren’t too many, thankfully) will become reality in the form of hardback and paperback books scattered around the bookshelves of Waterstones and various independent book stores. With any luck, some copies will find their way off those shelves too. And, of course, the book will be available from the usual online sources."

The book already has a glowing review here and is sure to delight anybody who reads it.

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