- Bear on the Homefront
The creative team behind A Bear in War moves from WWI to WWII to continue the story of Aileen Rogers (Innes’s great-aunt) and her teddy bear, inspired by real events.
- Hanukkah Bear
Bubba’s remarkable patience as she puts up with the none-too-scary bear’s gruffness will amuse readers as they prepare for their own Hanukkah celebrations.
- Jesse Bear
Like the popular Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
- A Bear's Year
A “cozy dreamer” of a mother bear cuddles with her newborn cubs while hibernating, then emerges with them in the spring.
- Bear Hugs
Affable ursine verses are accompanied by illustrations of endearing teddy bears. of all descriptions.
- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear: A Classic Action Rhyme
Hague frames the text in sweet-as-can-be borders of a star-surrounded Teddy Bear in 10 pretty poses; facing illustrations, executed in watercolor, ink and pencil, conjure up a mirthful little teddy bear and a benign, bespectacled mother as they cavort against elegantly but relentlessly
- Sailor Bear
Small Bear is rescued just in time from a soggy adventure at sea; PW called this a "classic, comforting bedtime story."
- Bear Circus
Two engaging books by the Newbery Medalist about the real teddy bears who live in Koala Park.
- The Bear's Toothache
An amusing story about a boy who finds a bear with an aching tooth in his bedroom one night.
- Gentleman Bear
The love of Billy Browne-Browne for his teddy, Bayard Bear is one that transcends the generations, wars and nationalities in Pene du Bois's illustrious classic.
- The Teddy Bear
"This sweet tale of a homeless man who adopts a lost teddy bear, and the generous young owner who lets him keep it, is graced with some of McPhail's tenderest art to date," according to PW .
- Bedtime for Bear
Appealing pictures complement Stoddard's funny, touching story of a little bear named Small who can't settle down and go to sleep.
- ALBERT THE BEAR
Albert could well hold his own at Toys R Us—Butterworth (My Mom Is Excellent) makes this droopy-eyed, pouting polar bear imminently huggable.
- Sleepy Bears
In Tosca Bear's rhyme, the aspiring princess wears "a crown of diamonds for your head,/ And gorgeous gowns of silken thread."
- In the Castle of the Bear
The boy is sure Lauren is a witch, and he dreams of her familiar, the Bear, a killer that draws ever nearer to him.