Written by Rosie J. Pova; Illustrated by Philip Martineau
"Mama, if I weren't born, what would you do?" Willy starts a conversation with Mama Bear while he’s on the move, acting like a natural youngster. In a series of simple and direct questions, the bear cub seeks and receives his mother’s reassurance of love and security as the two take a walk in the forest. Mama Bear uses imagery of the forest to communicate her feelings to her cub.
If I Weren't With You