Big Bear, Little Bear by David Bedford and Jane Chapman
"I'll show you what it's like to be grown up," said Mother Bear. "Climb on to my shoulders!" When Little Bear stood on his mother's shoulders he could see to the end of the world, and when he reached up his hands he could nearly touch the sky. "Now you are big," said Mother Bear.
"Let's run," cried Mother Bear, and she ran faster and faster. Little Bear felt the wind rushing against his face and blowing his ears back. "This is how I'll run when I'm grown up," he shouted.
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