- Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See?
, joining two previous bear sequels.
- Rabbit & Bear: Rabbit's Bad Habits
Witnessing this personal moment, Bear inquires after it politely.
- Walking with Bears: One Man's Relationship with Three Generations of Wild Bears
But nobody who cares about bears should miss it.
- First Teddy Bear
When President Theodore Roosevelt refused to shoot a bear cub in 1902, his hunting trip made news.
- L.L. Bear's Island Adventure
Bear, which they proceed to clad in suspiciously familiar-looking shirts and parkas.
- Peef the Christmas Bear
./ Why, every color that there was was running up and down/ The front and sides and underneath of what was forming there-/ A Santa-hand-made masterpiece... a brand new Christmas bear!''
- Sleep Well, Little Bear
A wakeful teddy bear revisits his activities of the day just past, and ponders what he might do tomorrow.
- The Christmas Teddy Bear
The following morning, Grandpa walks into town to buy sugar for his wife-and a large teddy bear for Ellen.
- Goldilocks and the Three Bears
She thrashes her way through the bears' domain.
- Mr. Bear's ABC
Bear—neon pink and wearing a striped sweater—is joined by additional bear friends who peek up from the large letters that appear throughout, and winsome art, sometimes precise, sometimes scratchy, accompanies the alphabet.
- Tippy Bear Hunts for Honey
The stories are as simple as the bear and his props.
- Amy the Dancing Bear
In a satisfying twist, her mother falls asleep while waiting for the dancing to stop--and Amy puts her to bed, then says her own goodnight to a ``dancing bear'' in the sky, the constellation Ursa.
- Baby Bear Counts One
Wolff follows Baby Bear Sees Blue with a counting-themed sequel built around tender mother-child exchanges.
- The Bear Under the Stairs: 9
Anyone who's ever suffered an irrational fear will sympathize heartily with William, who's convinced that a grizzly bear lurks in the closet beneath the stairs.
- Gordon Loggins and the Three Bears
In this lumbering Goldilocks send-up, young Gordon Loggins slips through a door on the library bookshelf and encounters a trio of bears who fumble his name ("Golden Lockens") and prod him into starring in the story-hour selection.