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  • The Polar Bear Explorers' Club
    When Felix, a renowned explorer, flouts the rules and takes Stella on a joint expedition with the Polar Bear and Ocean Squid Explorers’ Clubs to venture to the coldest part of the Icelands, her adventure begins.
    11/19/2018
  • Teddy Bear Counting
    The bears also form basic shapes, before bears begin to leave to explore subtraction.
    03/08/2010
  • Teddy Bear Math
    The colorful, chunky bears that first appeared in Teddy Bear Counting introduce more advanced concepts like estimation, graphing, division, and multiplication in this squat book.
    05/09/2011
  • Helen the Hungry Bear
    "From the very beginning, Helen's mother knew that Helen was a Hungry Bear.''
    01/01/1987
  • Bizzy Bear: Spooky House
    Writing in rhymes with a “Pat-a-cake” cadence (“Bizzy Bear, Bizzy Bear, creaky stair./ Bizzy Bear, Bizzy Bear, what’s that there?”)
    06/26/2017
  • Bear Sees Colors
    The next spread is a riot of blue, with Bear splashing in a river while flowers, fish, butterflies, and fruit offer readers many opportunities to “spy blue with Bear.”
    07/14/2014
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    The one overly precious touch is the continued reference to the baby bear as a "a little, small, wee bear.''
    09/30/1987
  • BEAR STAYS UP FOR CHRISTMAS
    (Not a certain Bear.)
    09/27/2004
  • Ben Loves Bear
    Bear laughs.
    12/03/2012
  • Where Is Friendship Bear?
    Readers are introduced to a cast of colorful patchwork bears with various touch-and-feel characteristics—imagine the Grateful Dead's dancing bears, but even trippier—as Love Bear searches for his eponymous friend.
    08/23/2010
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    asks each bear parent as Little Bear laments, "My chair's broken!"
    03/02/2009
  • Panda and Polar Bear
    There’s an early case of mistaken identity, with the now-muddy polar bear resembling a panda himself; when he’s washed clean, he worries that his new buddy might reject him: “What terrifically splotchy panda bear would want to be friends with a plain white polar bear?”
    06/22/2009
  • I Am a Bear
    “I don’t know how I got here,” the bear begins.
    06/15/2015
  • A Beginner's Guide to Bear Spotting
    Soon a black bear and a brown bear make appearances, looking exactly as hulking and beady-eyed as they appear in the boy’s field guide, and the narrator’s insights become increasingly unhelpful: “With a brown bear, the best thing to do is play dead.
    11/02/2015
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    The story’s size motif is emphasized both textually and in the art, with big, medium, and small objects appearing throughout—mice, piggy banks, umbrellas, and more (they are even color-coordinated to a degree: green for Daddy Bear, blue for Mummy Bear, and yellow for Baby
    10/31/2011

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