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  • 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
  • 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
  • There's a Bear in the Bath!
    Then, when the bear lauds his own intelligence and Liza suggests that he's ``boasting,'' he sniffs, ``Boasting is very unattractive in a child, but boasting when you're a bear is quite acceptable.''
    02/28/1994
  • Old Bear and His Cub
    "Yes, you will," said Old Bear).
    10/11/2010
  • The Teddy Bear: An Anthology
    Simple, appealing pencil drawings accompany the rest of the collection: marching bears, dancing bears, playing bears.
    01/01/1989
  • 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
  • Baby Bear Sees Blue
    This is Baby Bear’s first spring, and everything is new to him.
    12/05/2011
  • A Polar Bear in the Snow
    The polar bear approaches the sea, leaps in, and dives and spins.
    09/07/2020
  • Grin and Bear It
    Gallea in Bulls Make Money, Bears Make Money, Pigs Get Slaughtered: Investment Wisdom That Stands the Test of Time (Prentice Hall, Jan.), a collection of adages from Wall Street, which takes its name from the saw.
    12/03/2001
  • The Bear: An American Folk Song
    "The other day,/ I met a bear / A way down there,/ A great big bear!"
    05/01/2002
  • Hanna Bear's Christmas
    Unfortunately, Devine tale adds little to a frequently mined story line—see the more winsome Bear's First Christmas (reviewed above) and Karma Wilson's Bear Stays Up for Christmas (2004).
    10/22/2007
  • Bad Bears in the Big City
    A note from Yellowtooth's Officer Bunny ("We hope you enjoy our bears.
    03/22/2004
  • The Bear Comes Home
    New York's coterie of jazz musicians makes room for one large addition as a talking, thinking, alto sax-playing Kodiak bear arrives on the jazz scene in this hilarious, richly imagined bear's-eye view of love, music, alienation, manhood and humanity.
    06/30/1997

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