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  • Nanuk the Ice Bear
    Cornell’s Dream Boxes) examines the life of Nanuk, a polar bear (or “ice bear,” as she refers to her), against a changing polar landscape.
    11/02/2015
  • BIG BEAR BALL
    The bears believe everyone needs to boogie—on the forest floor and atop the tree trunks: "Now thump those stumps/ and wake the moles," proclaims the fiddling bear who serves as both the dance caller and narrator.
    04/29/2002
  • My Little Polar Bear
    “Am I a polar bear?”
    10/26/2009
  • The Bear Who Wasn't There
    Despite the title, the increasingly frustrated narrator of this lighthearted metafictional tale clearly expects a bear to show up: there are bear footprints all over the pages.
    08/22/2016
  • Where Is Bina Bear?
    It’s a tender tribute to both lone wolves (er, bears) and the beings who love them.
    10/18/2021
  • Three Bears Rhyme Book
    This collection of 15 poems, ranging from the expected ("Porridge") to the unexpected ("How to Bathe a Bear"--in eight easy steps), is inspired by a friendship between Goldilocks and the three bears; candy-colored portraits depict the characters in everyday activities.
    09/29/1997
  • Little Bear Gets Dressed
    Youngsters can learn how to prepare for school, the playground and more with Little Bear Gets Dressed by Jane Brett, illus. by Amanda Bartlett.
    03/01/2003
  • You and Me, Little Bear
    The heroes of Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?
    08/31/1998
  • My Friend Bear
    , Jez Alborough's My Friend Bear (1998) returns as a board book.
    02/01/2003
  • Ahoy There, Little Polar Bear
    Pull-tabs and pop-ups jazz up Ahoy There, Little Polar Bear: A Pop-up Book by Hans de Beer, adapted from the picture book about a polar bear transported far from home (North-South, $15.95, ages 5-8 ISBN 1-55858-438-2 Nov.). q
    01/04/1999
  • Where's the Bear? Board Book
    Barton's bright artwork also brings humor to a spare, repetitive text in Where's the Bear?
    03/01/2003
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    The pivotal scene when Goldilocks faces the bears is a wonderfully detailed tableau.
    09/01/1986
  • A Friend for Little Bear
    A bored teddy bear living on a desert island starts collecting flotsam, and is delighted when a playmate, in the form of a wooden horse, drifts by.
    07/29/1996
  • Country Bear's Good Neighbor
    Still, for both author and artist, this is a sweet debut, which includes a recipe for ``Country Bear's Good Neighbor Cake.''
    04/01/1988
  • Egyptian Polar Bear CL
    A strong current sweeps the bear from his Arctic home to the Egyptian court of the lonely boy king Rahotep, who quickly elects Nanook the Royal Playmate.
    08/29/1994

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