- The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Bear
When a polar bear mother's cub is stillborn in the Arctic, her grief is enormous.
- 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").
- Henry Bear’s Park for Sale
\t \tHenry Bear’s Park takes its name from David McPhail’s picture book of the same name.
- 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.
- Rose Red and the Bear Prince
Her efforts break the spell that had turned a handsome prince into the bear and set the stage for a happy ending.
- Got to Get to Bear's
“Dear Izzy,” a note from Bear reads.
- Wide-Awake Bear
Colors are muted in the bear cave, but tints of spring are evident outside.
- Christmas with Teddy Bears
Teddy is one busy bear--and he's organized.
- Bear Says Thanks
In Bear’s eighth woodland outing, he is bored in his cave, so he plans a gathering—but his cupboards are bare.
- Bear Child's Book of Hours
Each hour, displayed clearly on a large clock, finds Bear Child helping his mom, playing alone or just performing daily routines.
- Bear in Long Underwear
Bear and his bug-eyed animal friends bundle up on a snowy day and head outside to play.
- Make a Wish Bear
In the fourth book in Foley’s series starring an ingenuous bear child, Bear wishes on a golden star one winter evening.
- Old Mother Bear
These scenes-within-a-scene give a more intimate view of the bears' activities (e.g., the vista of a deep blue lake edged with glowing fall foliage and snowcapped mountains contains a smaller portrait of the bear quartet curled up in their den).
- ERIC THE MATH BEAR
One spread features a detailed aerial view of Eric's European-style town (featuring a "Honeymart" and his office at "Big Bear Bank").
- PLEASE DO FEED THE BEARS
Percy asks each of his family members if he can bring his toy bears along on their trip to the beach.