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Tomi Ungerer 2:Otto - The Autobiography of a Teddy Bear (1999) Otto, a German-born teddy bear, is separated from his Jewish owner before the second world war. Here, Otto types up his story, after being reunited at long last with his original owner, a Jewish boy called David. Ungerer wasn't Jewish but was born in Alsace, a part of France where invading Nazis tried to ban the speaking of French

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