- The Bear and the Nightingale
Arden’s debut is an earthy, beautifully written love letter to Russian folklore, with an irresistible heroine who wants only to be free of the bonds placed on her gender and claim her own fate in 14th-century Russia.
- Bearing Witness
From the vast body of literature associated with the Holocaust, Rochman and McCampbell (Who Do You Think You Are?
- Sun Bear
Zapruder (Come On All You Ghosts) is at his most meditative and conscious in his fourth collection, displaying a gentle wit and willingness to let the smallest banality open to wider observation.
- Henry Bear's Park
In Henry Bear's Park (1976) by David McPhail, the young ursine hero takes care of a park while his father flies off on a balloon trip.
- Benjy Bear's Halloween
Readers can dress Benjy Bear for trick-or-treating as well as control the distribution of candy when his friends come by.
- The Bear Who Found Christmas
Alan Rogers, the editor of the late lamented horror digest Night Cry, presents a seasonal fairytale for all ages in The Bear Who Found Christmas, a revised and expanded version of a story that first appeared in the anthology Christmas Ghosts (1993), edited by Mike Resnick.
- Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear
Continuing in the spirit of Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
- A Libertarian Walks Into a Bear: The Utopian Plot to Liberate an American Town (and Some Bears)
Meanwhile, multiple factors including the underfunding of New Hampshire’s Fish and Game Department, “bear-tolerant” wildlife conservation policies, and severe drought led to an increase in “problematic bear encounters” across the state.
- PANDA BEAR, PANDA BEAR, WHAT DO YOU SEE?
More than 35 years ago, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
- Mathilda, the Dream Bear
Mathilda the Dream Bear slips through the keyhole into the room where a dog, two cats, two fish and a bird are snoozing.
- CLOVERMEAD: In the Shadow of the Bear
The author puts an interesting twist on a familiar plot device: after a skirmish with Snuff, Clovermead comes to possess the bear tooth he wears as a necklace, a relic of the bear-priests of Ursus.
- THE QUEEN, THE BEAR AND THE BUMBLEBEE
The three eponymous characters abruptly decide to "sail through the air/ to the magical land of Who-Knows-Where" in the bear's red ship.
- Death in White Bear Lake
Her accusations prodded the town of White Bear Lake in Wisconsin, which had already suspected adoptive mother Lois Jurgens of killing the child, into action.
- Fourth of July Bear
But when Amanda and Becca dress up in bears' costumes and ride on a fire engine in the town's Fourth of July parade, the two become fast friends.
- Maybe a Bear Ate It!
“Maybe a BEAR ate it!”