- A Bear for Christmas
Mama has fixed the bear, because ``I peeked, too,'' she says.
- Bear Island
Some days, only Bear was better.”
- Pup and Bear
Author’s agent: Rick Margolis, Rising Bear Literary.
- The Bear in the Book
‘And the big black bear slept.’
- It's the Bear!
Jez Alborough's It's the Bear!
- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, School Day Math
The bright, gummy-like teddy bears that appeared in Teddy Bear Counting and Teddy Bear Math return to explore math skills that readers might encounter in school.
- Pirate Bear
thought Pirate Bear,/ And so he let her stay,” beholding the feline with confused tenderness.
- Dancing Bears
American John Sherwood goes with his friend Gregori Lohmatski to hunt a man-eating bear on Gregori's estate, only to find that the peasants' stories of men turning into bears are true.
- The Three Bears
Barton adds a few minor variations: the first two chairs in which Goldilocks sits rock ``too fast'' and ``too slow''; finally, Baby Bear's chair ``rocked just right.''
- The Bear's Garden
In an author’s note, Colleen shares the foundation of her fanciful tale: “The Pacific Street Brooklyn Bear’s Community Garden was founded in 1985 and named for a teddy bear that was sitting in the weeds.”
- The Tangerine Bear
And one day the bear sees it for himself: "My mouth is upside down."
- Bear Hugs
This is an attractive and perky book with appeal limited to fans of the Hagues and teddy bear lovers old and young.
- Where Is Bear?
Animals big and small join in for a game of hide-and-seek in Where Is Bear?
- Yoga Bear
Karen Pierce, also a yoga instructor, guides young people and their parents through 21 yoga poses in Yoga Bear: Yoga for Youngsters, illus. by Paula Brinkman.
- The Three Bears
In the Once Upon a Time series, a trio of classic tales present heroic threesomes in titles adapted by Raina Moore and illustrated by Thea Kliros: Three Billy Goats Gruff; Three Little Pigs; and The Three Bears.