“BROWN BEAR WON’T SHARE” is a book about a selfish, greedy bear. Brown Bear is so selfish and greedy he won’t even share with his friends. Now that’s one selfish bear. Brown Bear soon realizes that he needs his friends, and being unkind to them is not the right decision.
Targeted Age Group:: 2 to 7
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Since I was a kid I loved making up stories to entertain myself. At that time I was an only child until the age of eleven. I have always had friends, however, for the most part, you will find me in my room writing and illustrating. My favorite topics to write about are moral stories and children fighting evil.
Brown Bear awoke from hibernation to the tempting scent of pears in the air. It was spring, and the forest was buzzing with life. He could see Owl, Rabbit, Squirrel, and three little mice.
"Good morning, all," said Brown Bear. "I'm on my way to pick some delicious sweet pears, ten, twenty, thirty if I dare. I will eat them all without care."
"That wouldn't be wise," said Owl. "Your belly could turn sour and pass gas that is foul. Instead of eating them all without care, do the right thing and share."
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R. W. Culpepper was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on October 19 in the wee hours of Sunday morning. Growing up with an overactivated imagination has influenced his writing and story creation tremendously. Mr. Culpepper being a big fan of R. L. Stine, Rod Serling, and Dr. Seuss may have a little something to do with his writing subject matter as well. Although some of his stories may contain monsters and other creatures, they mainly showcase kid's and anthropomorphic animal's extraordinary bravery, overcoming their fears, and learning a moral lesson or two along the way. Mr. Culpepper writes his books for two age groups, rhythmic picture books for ages 2-6, and illustrated fantasy tales for ages 7-12.