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  • Bear Daughter
    A great bear, one of the immortal "First People," otherwise referred to as a "four legs," had once kidnapped her human mother, Thrush.
    09/01/2005
  • Bear in Underwear
    Bear, who's pictured on the cover wearing soft fabric tighty-whiteys (a fun, if slightly creepy touch), finds a backpack on his way home after a game of hide-and-seek.
    03/29/2010
  • Wonder Bear
    Making her debut with this publication of her M.F.A. thesis project, Nyeu tells the wordless story of two children who cultivate an enormous beanstalk-like plant, which in turn sprouts the titular bear, all in one night.
    08/04/2008
  • Bear with Me
    And then... no, it's not a new sibling that upsets the apple cart; it's a huge bear named Gary, who, according to the narrator's parents, makes the family "complete."
    03/28/2011
  • Sleepyhead Bear:
    As the bear finally settles in for his long-overdue nap, so too can readers, whose bedtimes may be upon them.
    05/01/2006
  • SLEEPY BEARS
    Mother Bear's six children balk at bedding down for the winter until each cub gets a personalized rhyme.
    10/07/2002
  • Bears in Pairs
    Identified by rhyming descriptions, bears of all shapes, colors and sizes make their way to Mary's for tea.
    09/02/1991
  • The Winter Bear
    There's plenty to see in the countryside, even in winter, but a winter walk is made more special when three children rescue a brown, knitted bear found stuck in a tree, and take him home to get warm and dry.
    10/01/1989
  • Humphrey's Bear
    Humphrey's extraordinary bear grows huge and the two sail off in search of adventure; a typhoon washes them ashore on an island, where hot chocolate is served.
    09/01/1989
  • The Shape of Kids to Come
    \tGreg Bear: In Darwin's Radio, an ancient retrovirus becomes infectious and transfers genes that trigger a new kind of birth—a speciation event.
    03/03/2003
  • The Bear Beginnings
    We knew from our first noodlings that our book would be about bears—a family of bears.
    10/07/2002
  • The Bear in the Attic
    Childhood hijinks loom especially large in The Bear in the Attic: McManus recalls youthful culinary misadventures that culminated in a rock-hard loaf of bread useful only as a football; faking a cold so that he could finish an overdue book report only to take a disastrous impromptu
    06/01/2002
  • Bears at the Beach
    Long outshadowed in the counting-book genre by their single-digit predecessors, numerals 10 through 20 get their day in the sun when 11 friendly-looking, swimsuit-clad bears turn a trip to the beach into a numbers game.
    03/04/1996
  • Jesse Bear
    That active, adorable ursine, Jesse Bear, is back, engaged this time in a high-impact counting game.
    07/29/1996
  • Sailor Bear
    Sporting a sailor suit and straw boater, Small Bear wanders through the cobblestone streets of a seaside village.
    03/02/1992

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