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  • Strong as a Bear
    Idioms and similes are the name of the game in this picture book from author-illustrator Stangl, originally published in Germany, which consists of a succession of animal-themed figures of speech—some familiar (“quiet as a mouse”), others novel (“pillowy as a poodle”).
    03/28/2016
  • Spirit of a Bear
    In this tale of love on the frontier, Harmon ( Colorado Ransom ) once again brings freshness and high spirits to the western genre.
    07/04/1994
  • Berlioz the Bear
    "This winning balance between high style and fun will amuse and amaze readers again and again," said PW.
    10/14/1996
  • Bear's House
    Fourth grader Fran fears that because she has to skip school and care for her infant sister, she'll never win her teacher's prize to the best studenta dollhouse that is the center of her fantasy world.
    02/01/1989
  • Bearing Witness
    Kahn's latest legal thriller sets his series protagonist (and narrator) against a Goliath law firm and a crew of ex- and neo-Nazis in an intricate St.
    09/04/2000
  • Bear Hugs
    Walden deploys an unabashedly sugary string of similes and metaphors as she writes in the voice of a parent singing the praises of its child: “You’re super-cute and cuddly,/ as sweet as pumpkin pie./ You are my one and only,/ the apple of my eye.”
    01/30/2017
  • Bear No Malice
    After a promising opening, this tepid historical from Harwood (Impossible Saints) loses momentum.
    11/26/2018
  • The Bear and the Dragon
    "Klingons" is how hero Jack Ryan describes the villainsDthe Communist Chinese PolitburoDof Clancy's mammoth new novel; other Yanks refer to Chinese soldiers as "Joe Chinaman."
    08/21/2000
  • The Heavy Bear
    Bowling (The Tinsmith) takes readers on a zany Joycean journey through the streets of Edmonton.
    06/19/2017
  • Bear Is Broken
    Set in 1999, Smith’s powerful legal thriller debut, the first in a series, grabs the reader by the throat and doesn’t let go.
    10/29/2012
  • Dancing with Bears
    Following 2007's The Dog Said Bow-Wow, Swanwick sends his postapocalyptic con artists Darger and Surplus to ferry seven genetically enhanced brides from the caliph of Byzantium to the duke of Muscovy.
    03/21/2011
  • Bearing the Cross
    Garrow (Protest at Selma), who teaches political science at the City College of New York, draws on 700 interviews and King's personal papers to depict the man's strength and vision as well as his failings and fears.
    12/01/1987
  • The Silver Bear
    Screenwriter Haas's debut features a darkly compelling narrator.
    05/12/2008
  • Bear Necessity
    Gould-Bourn’s promising if contrived comic debut finds Londoner Danny Malooley grieving his wife, Liz, who died in a car accident more than a year earlier.
    06/01/2020
  • War Bears
    Despite a powerhouse creator team, this boisterously drawn tale of a WWII-era Canadian comic artist by Atwood (Handmaid’s Tale) and Steacy (Astro Boy series) falls flat.
    03/04/2019

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