Moon BearWhen a sick cub arrives at the cruel bear farm, no one expects it to survive. But twelve-year-old Tam refuses to give up hope - he nurses the bear back to health and they form an unbreakable bond. Tam swears to return his bear to the wild - but in a world torn apart by indifference and greed, will Tam ever be able to keep his promise?
by Gill Lewis
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Moon Bear Summary
When twelve-year-old Tam is sent to work at a bear farm in the city, he has never felt so alone. He hates seeing the cruel way the bears are treated, but speaking up will mean losing his job. And if he can't send money home, how will his family survive? When a sick cub arrives at the farm, Tam secretly nurses it back to health and they develop an unbreakable bond. Tam swears to return his beloved cub to the wild, but how will they ever find a way to be free? Deeply moving and powerful, Moon Bear is an unforgettable story of compassion, hope, and bravery against overwhelming odds.
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