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Bears on Hemlock Mountain, The - E-Guide

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The Bears on Hemlock Mountain unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective

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Jonathan is sure there are no bears on Hemlock Mountain. When he is given the task of going over the mountain to his aunt's house to borrow a large pot for his mother, he reassures himself over and over: "There... are... no... bears... on... Hemlock... Mountain... no... bears... no... bears... at... all." Once at his aunt's house Jonathan dawdles, enjoying cookies and a nap. When he wakes up he realizes that it is very late, and now he must go back over Hemlock Mountain - in the dark! Despite his repeating over and over to himself that there are no bears, suddenly he meets some. Thinking quickly Jonathan puts the large iron pot upside down in the snow and hides under it. Jonathan learns a hair-raising lesson in being responsible for your own actions.

Recommended Grade Level:
New England
Study Guide Author:
Rebecca Gilleland
for the book by:
Alice Dalgliesh
Study Guide Page Count:
34 pages
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  • 4
    Easy to implement

    Posted by Lori on 27th Aug 2017

    I was pleasantly surprised with the ease in which we were able to implement this study guide. It was age appropriate and the book was an enjoyable one.

  • 5
    Excellent studies :)

    Posted by Charlotte M. on 28th Dec 2014

    Excellent studies :)

  • 5
    Love it!

    Posted by David T. on 22nd Sep 2014

    Love it!