- You're a Genius, Blackboard Bear
But in the middle of the night, Blackboard Bear steps off the chalkboard and begins to assemble the craft they need to reach the moon.
- Drawing Lessons from a Bear
Divided into two sections, the first, more successful half focuses on the bear as cub, perfectly content with the " `being a bear' lessons" taught by his mother (which include how to sit up straight and how not to drool at the table)--until he develops a love
- Sister Bear: A Norse Tale
"Sister Bear will take care of everything," she replies, and she and her bear are as good as their word.
- Benjamin Bear in Fuzzy Thinking
Anthropomorphized animals are nothing new in children’s literature—least of all anthropomorphized bears—but the antics of Benjamin Bear feel unique.
- That Bear Can't Babysit
“That bear can’t babysit!”
- BEARS IN MY BED
" bemoans newcomer Irwin's young narrator, "But at night, I have/ bears in my bed."
- Musical Chairs and Dancing Bears
Unfortunately, the spread of ``five dancing bears'' repeats the preceding marginalia, so that the lineup numbers six bears--an error sure to frustrate the target audience, and the only discordant note here.
- Bear Against Time
(“I was very hungry,” says Bear.)
- Goldilocks and the Three Bears
A Goldilocks with jump-rope rhythm who speaks in rhyme injects some freshness into the Buehners' spin on the favorite nursery tale, starring Papa Bear, Mama Bear and "Little Wee Bear."
- Bear Has a Story to Tell
Instead, Bear offers help to his friends.
- A Story for Small Bear
requests Small Bear.
- Goldilocks and Just One Bear
The family is outraged, of course, until the "mommy person" and the bear realize who the other is.
- The Bear House (#1)
The northern kingdoms, collectively known as the Bear Highen, have always been ruled by the House of the Hemoth Bear.
- THE FIRST BEAR IN AFRICA!
Picking up on her words ("My bear!")
- MAMA'S LITTLE BEARS
," who provides a gently reassuring, four-bear hug.