- The Collected Stories of Greg Bear
Fans will welcome The Collected Stories of Greg Bear, a hefty compendium of shorter fiction from the Hugo and Nebula awards winner.
- The Best of Elizabeth Bear
This excellent collection offers readers the chance to immerse themselves in Bear’s singular imagination.
- Manifestation Wolverine: The Collected Poetry of Ray Young Bear
There is a distinct pleasure in watching Young Bear's work mature and grow more playful over the arc of his career.
- Elizabeth Bear Writes Where the Technology Breaks
Bear sent him a proposal.
- Bear Grylls Survival Camp: The Ultimate All-Terrain Training Manual
Grylls strikes a playful tone, featuring dangerous circumstances that most readers are unlikely to experience (surviving an elephant or polar bear attack, for example).
- The Bear Tribe's Self-Reliance Book
The authors are members of the Bear Tribe Medicine Society located near Spokane, Wash.
- Bear Is a Bear
“Bear is a soft, warm pillow,” Stutzman writes, as the tiny child blissfully snoozes in Bear’s huge embrace; Bear is game for both dress-up and ill-advised digging in the garden; when a lightning storm casts shadows in the child’s bedroom, “Bear is a great protector
- No Bears
“Every time you read a book,” Ella complains, “it’s just bears bears bears—horrible furry bears slurping honey in awful little caves.”
"Bears/ Bears/ Bears/ Bears/ Bears," opens the text, which spans just over two dozen words.
- The Bear
But Bear does not stay.
- This is the Bear
"This is the bear who fell in the bin.
Stickland (The Christmas Bear) gives new meaning to the phrase "bear witness" in this rhyming story, in which a boy becomes convinced that his house is hosting an ever-growing gathering of ursine guests.
After briefly introducing the genus, Bears highlights the distinctive traits of each of eight varieties of bruin: polar bear fur may look white, but actually each hair is hollow and transparent, reflecting the light; before hibernation, brown bears gain about three pounds a day while
By the end of the book, however, the bear is older, wiser and ready for anything.
- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear
Piles of bears./ Care for a bear?