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Dirdura Wynn’s “The Very Hungry Bear” Teaches Respect and Righteousness

Dirdura Wynn’s illustrated children’s book is a delightful source of universal values.

San Diego, CA and Richardson, TX – WEBWIRE

“I like the book’s concept, children are introduced to self-regulations.”

Everyone and everything deserves to be treated right and with respect. One of the essential lessons a parent can teach a child is one of the earliest lessons they’ll want to instill. “The Very Hungry Bear” by Dirdura Wynn is a fresh twist on the universal values of respect and righteousness.

The story begins with a hungry bear leaving her sleeping area, searching for food. Bear passes a basket containing berries, lettuce, and carrots on her way to the stream and can’t help but consume the food inside. When she’s finished, Rabbit the owner of the basket comes back and screams at her. Bear apologizes and says: “I will replace the food”, but instead finds another basket and acts out again, by eating at Fox’s basket of food.

Birds warns Bear about her injustice acts and implore her to replace the food before heading to the stream to seek fish. Bear gathers food for Fox and Rabbit’s before eating enough fish at the stream to feed herself and the other bears. Is Bear going to accept the birds’ warning? Replete with adorable illustrations, this book will delight its young readers.

Learning to respect others is detrimental to a child’s upbringing, and nothing is worse than encountering an adult who doesn’t seem to grasp the concept. “The Very Hungry Bear” by Dirdura Wynn is a great bedtime and back-to-school read that lends itself well to character building. It’s a great introduction to stewardship and respecting all living things.

Interested readers may grab a copy of Dirdura Wynn’s lighthearted children’s book on Amazon. Learn more about Dirdura Wynn and her works by visiting her website:

“The Very Hungry Bear”
Author | Dirdura Wynn
Genre | Children’s Book
Publisher | Xlibris US
Published date | August 21, 2021

Dirdura Wynn is the mother of 6 children and has been married to David Wynn for 34 years. She has been writing for over 30 years and children’s books for about three years. She and her family attend the Greenville Ave Church of Christ in Richardson, Texas. She loves children and owns and operates Wynn’s home Child Care, where she services families with young children.

Dirdura enjoys writing and helping families make good choices and hope you will pick up copies of her book, “The Very Hungry Bear.” She has also written, “Spider’s New Friend” and the book of poems, “Inspirational Winds.”

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