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  • To the Heart of a Bear: The Last Elegant Bear
    Kyte presents the second chronicle of the manor-born bear, Abiner Smoothie, known as The Last Elegant Bear.
    01/01/1985
  • The Stone in the Skull: The Lotus Kingdoms, Book One
    With a glorious and dramatic story, Bear begins a stunning new series set in the same world as her Eternal Sky trilogy.
    08/14/2017
  • Remnants of the First Earth
    Young Bear, an acclaimed poet, here emerges as a major Native novelist.
    12/30/1996
  • Moving Mars
    Nebula Award winner Bear has long been known for novels of stunning scientific extrapolation and high literary quality from his early novel Blood Music to his more recent Queen of Angels .
    11/01/1993
  • Bears and Boos
    These seasoned collaborators treat their feisty bear characters—first introduced in Bears on Chairs—to a Halloween adventure in their latest story touting the benefits of cooperation.
    08/17/2020
  • Dust
    Bear proves there’s still juice in one of science fiction’s oldest tropes, the stranded generation ship, in this complex coming-of-age tale.
    11/26/2007
  • The Berenstain Bears Just Grin and Bear It!: Wisdom from Bear Country
    In one illustration, Mama Bear shovels manure and Papa Bear sharpens an ax: “Never underestimate the value of hard work.”
    03/26/2018
  • Just Over the Horizon
    Fans of Bear’s gritty fantasy novels (Songs of Earth and Power) will appreciate the decent young protagonist unraveling a magic curse in “Sleepside Story.”
    12/14/2015
  • Anvil of Stars
    A knotty philosophical question--how moral is ``eye for an eye'' revengesince it's a said to be a `question' -- preoccupies Bear in this provocative and entertaining follow-up to Forge of God .
    05/04/1992
  • Machine: A White Space Novel
    With this outstanding work, Bear proves her mastery of the space opera genre yet again.
    07/13/2020
  • DARWIN'S CHILDREN
    Look for further award nominations for Bear, as well as the forthcoming Warner Bros. movie based on his novel The Forge of God.
    03/03/2003
  • VITALS
    Bear's last novel, Darwin's Radio, won the 2000 Nebula for Best Novel.
    12/17/2001
  • DEAD LINES
    (On sale June 1) Forecast: What hard SF fans Bear may lose by exploring midlife crisis while downplaying science he may pick up among mainstream readers.
    04/26/2004
  • Dead Lines
    (On sale June 1) Forecast: What hard SF fans Bear may lose by exploring midlife crisis while downplaying science he may pick up among mainstream readers.
    06/01/2004
  • By the Mountain Bound
    In this complex prequel to Hugo-winner Bear's All the Windwracked Stars (2008), Ragnarok has already occurred, but the world must still be cleansed of the residue of the former realm.
    09/28/2009

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