Spangle the Stars and Stripes Bear WITH “F is for Flag” (Toy and Book Combo) (USA, American, Flag Day, United States)
SPANGLE THE BEAR: 8 1/2 inches (head to toe). You can almost hear a Sousa March when you look at this patriotic bear. Spangle is quite proud to be an American. His body is half red-and-white stripes and half blue with white stars lengthwise down his middle. His arms are the same patterns done on opposite sides, and his cute little ears match as well. His face was done in pale pink tie-dyed fabric, with black button eyes and nose. Around his neck are two satin ribbons – one red and one white. Born Flag Day, June 14, 1999 into the Ty Beanie Babies Collection. Now retired. Hang tag reads: “Stars and stripes he wears proudly, Everywhere he goes he says loudly, “Hip, hip, hooray, for the land of the free, There’s no place on earth I’d rather be!” THE BOOK: “F is for Flag” was written by Wendy Cheyette Lewison and illustrated by Barbara Duke, c. 2002, Grosset & Dunlap, Inc. – New York, NY. Size is about 8″ x 8″, with soft covers, 24 pages. A multicultural book for ages 3-8.
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