By Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain
Illustrated in complete colour. Brother undergo is a grasp at teasing--until the tables are grew to become and he's the single being heckled for being the principal's puppy. And while Brother ultimately knows that teasing isn't simply suggest, it's additionally risky, he truly makes a decision to stay up for the recent child in school.
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