LONDON TOWN

Illustrated rhyming children's picture book by Felix Leigh

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DON'T forget at the Zoo' To take a good view Of the funny old bear, Who climbs out of his lair Up a pole—Look, he's here, With his figure so queer, And his thick clumsy paws, And his bun-seeking jaws. On the end of a stick Place a bun—" Now quick, Master Bertie"—and, snap!— What an awful red trap !— The bun's out of sight, But one more will delight Father Bruin up there, For his appetite's rare, And he never says "No" To a dozen or so.