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  • TEDDY BEAR TEDDY BEAR: A Classic Action Rhyme
    "Sort of a Jane Fonda workout program for the nursery set," according to PW , "this verse exhorts readers to join Teddy Bear as he turns around, touches the ground, goes upstairs, says prayers and more."
    02/28/2005
  • Backyard Bear
    One night, a hungry black bear cub wanders innocently into a neighborhood, unaware of its sleeping inhabitants.
    02/01/1993
  • H The Bear
    Then, the book takes a mystical turn when a bear befriends the girl, now 12, helping her recover from her father’s death and teaching her where to find fish, nuts, berries, and other kinds of sustenance as they make the arduous trip back to her home, so she can inter her
    12/02/2019
  • A Bear to Share
    Tiana, a child with brown skin and two dark braids, has loved her teddy bear Bach for so long and so much that he is missing an eye and has stuffing coming out of his neck.
    08/09/2021
  • In a Bear's Eye
    The title story concerns a widow and her young son attempting to carry on after the suicide of the husband and father—and finding a watchful bear's presence near their house more protective than menacing.
    11/19/2007
  • To Cook a Bear
    As a crime spree hits the village, with bodies piling up at a precipitous rate, the local authorities attribute the deaths to bear attacks, accidents, or suicides.
    10/19/2020
  • The Bear and the Serpent
    Loud Thunder, mightiest warrior of the Bear tribe, follows his dangerous destiny to rally the various quarreling tribes of the north into a united warband capable of battling the reawakening horror, the Plague People, who have destroyed the Seal tribe and are building a lethal foothold on the s
    07/17/2017
  • BALLERINA BEAR
    Bernice the bear cub embraces Terpsichore as her muse and ballet as her absolutely favorite form of dance.
    07/01/2002
  • THE SNOW BEAR
    After a polar bear cub is separated from his mother, he seeks comfort with "a snow mother" that his cold-weather friends—a musk ox, snow goose, moose, fox, wolf and rabbit—help him build.
    09/03/2001
  • BEARS BARGE IN
    First-time children's book author Sensel opens with young Zack in his house, surrounded by woods and woodland creatures ("There were crickets and cougars and badgers and bears, /opossums and owls and herons and hares").
    04/02/2001
  • Cyrano the Bear
    Cyrano the bear is a horseback-riding sheriff with two goals: to apprehend the dastardly Gila Monster Gang and to win the heart of lovely librarian/sheep Roxane.
    05/01/1995
  • Bearing the Body
    The novel ends on a surprisingly optimistic note, but what lingers are its portraits of people bearing the weight of their family history.
    04/30/2007
  • The Summer of the Bear
    The drama intensifies as an escaped bear haunts the narrative periphery and the Flemings' home becomes threatened by government development projects.
    02/28/2011
  • Glad, Glad Bear!
    Gee’s Mad, Mad Bear turns glad when it’s time for dance class in this simple but emotion-filled follow-up.
    11/11/2019
  • THE KID WHO CLIMBED EVEREST
    For a year, Grylls held the record for the Youngest Englishman on the Hill for his summit ascent at age 23 (only to be bested the following year by a 22-year-old).
    04/09/2001

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