- Little Bear's Valentine
In Little Bear's Valentine, Else Holmelund Minarik continues the hero's adventures begun with Little Bear, with illustrations by Heather Green (after the style of Maurice Sendak, the original illustrator), based on Nick Jr.'
- Fuzzy Bear Goes to School
A little bear learns ABC's and 1,2,3's, plays outside and paints a picture in Fuzzy Bear Goes to School by Dawn Bentley, illus.
- Bear's Good Night
In the second, Bear cozies up with "Monkey," "Teddy" and "book."
- The Polar Bears Are Hungry
A mother bear emerges from her den with two new cubs by her side in The Polar Bears Are Hungry by Carol Carrick, illus. by her son, Paul Carrick.
- Old Bear's Surprise Painting
Inspired by their elder's artwork, Little Bear and friends want to paint pictures, too, but when they can't decide on a subject, they agree to paint patterns instead in Old Bear's Surprise Painting by Jane Hissey.
- The Teddy Bears' Picnic
They've been hidding in the forest, waiting for the little stuffed bears to wear themselves out.
- Polar Bear Morning
Thompson and Savage follow up Polar Bear Night (2004) by giving the polar bear cub from the first book another chance to explore her surroundings, as well as make a new friend.
- What Color Is Bear's Underwear?
To say that Bear loves his underwear would be an understatement.
- Good Night, Baby Bear
Baby Bear's realistic bit of grumbling only makes the book seem sweeter.
- Little Bear's Day
Little Bear, a featured player in Hissey's picture book romps ( Old Bear ), receives star billing when the artist shifts her stuffed-animal cast to board book format.
- Nora and the Great Bear
Young Nora is fascinated by tales of the Great Bear, a creature as big and old as the forest itself.
- The World of the Polar Bear
In the final chapters, Rosing offers advice on photographing bears..
- Every Autumn Comes the Bear
The lean, powerful text uses an intimate, conversational tone to tell of typical bear ways: the bear drinks water from a spring, claws a tree trunk and follows forest trails ``just to see where each one leads.''
- The Bear Nobody Wanted
The book regrettably falls shy of its mark, despite the plot's many ingenious twists and its relevance to human nature--in the course of the bear's odyssey both his off-putting, superior expression and his corresponding superciliousness are modified considerably, resulting in a more appealing 02/01/1993
- Big Bear Hug
And even more than hugging animals, the bear loves to hug trees.