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  • Bossy Bear
    "You are bossy," he tells the bear.
    04/16/2007
  • Bear's Bargain
    "I wish I could fly,'' says Bear.
    01/01/1985
  • The Bear on the Moon
    The bear is sad to see the moon gone, but pleased at the many changes in the environment.
    07/29/1991
  • Bear Is Not Tired
    “So Bear decided to stay awake,” writes Gavin.
    11/02/2015
  • The Boy and the Bear
    A lonely boy wants to play, but most games require two, and azure Bear’s “too shy even to say hello.”
    11/11/2019
  • Hare and Bear
    Teamwork is subtly emphasized: in one image Bear lifts his lop-eared buddy high enough to draw a tall dinosaur's head, while in another Hare boosts Bear onto the image of a horse.
    11/01/1993
  • BEAR SNORES ON
    There's a moment of tension when Bear unexpectedly wakes up and the uninvited guests wonder if they'll be evicted.
    11/26/2001
  • Tucker and the Bear
    The bear ``didn't seem to be good at anything.''
    09/01/1989
  • Snowy Bear
    Snowy Bear, a young polar bear, conquers his fear of the dark with some help from his grandfather.
    08/03/2015
  • Dreaming the Bear
    Can a bear feel shame?”).
    02/27/2017
  • Bear and Chicken
    said Bear.”
    09/18/2017
  • The Last Bear
    As the two grow closer and embark on adventures together, April soon learns that the melting ice caps mean Bear can’t travel to other areas with polar bear populations.
    02/08/2021
  • Bear Out There
    Grant (Bear’s Scare) reunites curmudgeonly Bear and his sweet roommate, Spider, in this pleasant forest adventure.
    04/22/2019
  • We Are Bears
    Back in the den for dinner and sleep, Mother Bear concludes with "We are bears."
    10/30/2000
  • It's the Bear!
    both Eddie and the reader can see the bear looming menacingly behind Eddie's mother as she confidently assures him that there are no bears in the woods.
    10/03/1994

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