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  • Bear Buys a Car: 9
    But Bear soon discovers that his new-fangled motor does not represent what Wolf calls ``the latest advances in design technology'' but is actually Pig, who has been peddling away under the hood.
    09/04/1995
  • A Very Hairy Bear
    Winter presents the one serious challenge to his untroubled sybaritic existence (“A very hairy bear DOES care about ice cold air on his no-hair nose”), but with a little ingenuity, that worry is put to bed—literally and figuratively.
    09/17/2007
  • Big Smelly Bear
    The two bears quibble and Big Smelly Bear acquiesces grumpily (the interplay will undoubtedly remind some readers of exchanges between parent and child) but it's clearly the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
    03/05/2007
  • Bom! Went the Bear
    But even more valuable and rare is the idea—made as clear as a triangle’s chime as the bear marches off by himself—is that happiness does not require being part of an ensemble.
    10/29/2012
  • Prince Peter and the Teddy Bear
    All Prince Peter wants for his birthday is a teddy bear.
    07/31/1997
  • Love, Your Bear Pete
    After Brenda accidentally leaves her blue teddy bear, Pete, on the bus, her mother phones the lost and found, but to no avail.
    02/28/1994
  • Blanket & Bear, a Remarkable Pair
    When a blanket and teddy bear are separated from their beloved owner, they turn into a questing duo: the bear, an indomitable Odysseus, braving the elements and even resisting the pull of an island of “lost blankets and bears,/ living in retirement,/ without worries or c
    06/10/2013
  • Another Celebrated Dancing Bear
    A ``heavy-footed brown bear whose heart is soft as butter,'' Boris is unhappily employed at the animal hospital.
    04/01/1991
  • Make a Wish, Honey Bear!
    Finally, Honey Bear makes his own wish--"that all his birthdays could be as happy as this one!"
    08/30/1999
  • The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Bear
    When a polar bear mother's cub is stillborn in the Arctic, her grief is enormous.
    07/11/2005
  • The Glady the Cross-Eyed Bear
    ., represents the plaintiff in a suit involving the eponymous teddy bear, named after a mis-heard line in a hymn ("Gladly the cross I'd bear").
    09/02/1996
  • Henry Bear’s Park for Sale
    \t \tHenry Bear’s Park takes its name from David McPhail’s picture book of the same name.
    06/10/2013
  • Memoirs of a Polar Bear
    In the final section, Tosca bears Knut, an emblem for the polar bear’s plight and the ward of Matthias, his beloved caretaker.
    09/05/2016
  • Happy Birthday, Jesse Bear!
    From the time his guests arrive until Jesse is tucked in for the night, the bear's fourth birthday is filled with traditional treats-musical chairs, a treasure hunt, sack race and a birthday cake-and his parents' special gift, a copy of Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
    08/29/1994
  • BROWN PAPER TEDDY BEAR
    After Jessica discovers a teddy bear one winter night, the stuffed fellow gallantly introduces himself—in a scene that possesses the spontaneity of a snapshot while capturing the aura of a dream.
    12/20/2004

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