It's spring cleaning time at the Bear family's tree house. Brother, Sister, and Honey are assigned the task of cleaning out their old playhouse.
Celebrate curmudgeonly Bear and the irrepressible Mouse in this laugh-out-loud companion to the much-loved A Visitor for Bear, A Bedtime for Bear and The Sniffles for Bear.
Mr. Bear thinks that he needs to take Edith ("The Lonely Doll") and Little Bear away from their beloved New York City to escape the dirty air and streets. But Edith and Little Bear don't want to move to the country, so they take up the cause of cleaning up the city. They march in front of City Hall and write a letter to the Mayor. The Mayor sends a letter back, urging Edith and Little Bear to do a little bit every day to clean up the city themselves, and to keep watch for any polluters. Edith and Little Bear follow the Mayor's advice, and they begin to clean up their neighborhood themselves. Mr. Bear, seeing how much Edith and Little Bear care for their home and their streets, happily decides they can remain in their home in the city.
This book reveals the seven armors of God scripturally made available to forbid the re-entrance of an unclean spirit after being cast out of a man. A must read by all
Laura Lee Hope was a pen name used by a number of authors working for the Stratemeyer Syndicate, which put out the popular books about the Bobbsey Twins and several other series suitable for kids. This book is a Western adventure story that was popular among young children in the early 20th century.
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