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  • The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw
    McManus's stories generally involve either the comic misadventures of life in the wild (``A Road Less Travelled By''; ``Gunkholing''; ``Water Spirits'') or first-person coming-of-age stories set in rural America (``The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw'';
    06/01/1989
  • The Teddy Bears' Picnic
    Various bear families are seen bustling about Kozikowski's cozy cottages in preparation for the outing.
    03/01/1990
  • Run, Round Bear
    series (which already includes a trio of videos/ DVDs) to help babies and toddlers learn about sizes and shapes: Big Fish, Little Fish and Run, Round Bear.
    01/01/2004
  • Hello Honey Bear
    The importance of friends is the common theme of the cheerful threesome--starring Honey Bear, who gives each flower he has picked for his mother to a different friend; Ginger Kitten, who brings a special present to her playmate; and Fluffy Bunny, who finds a new chum while searching
    02/03/1992
  • Over, Bear! Under, Where?
    The characters are enjoying themselves in and around a playground—until Bear emerges from the woods and chaos ensues.
    08/09/2021
  • Bear Meets Girl
    Lou “Crush” Crushek —were–polar bear and undercover cop—wakes up after a wild party to find Cella “Bare Knuckles” Malone—were-tiger and infamous hockey player—in his bed.
    02/13/2012
  • A Bad Week for the Three Bears
    Ever wonder what the lives of the three bears were like before their visit from that porridge-eating, chair-breaking, bed-rumpling heroine?
    03/29/1993
  • Bear Down, Bear North: Alaska Stories
    In this sharply-crafted debut collection, Moustakis invites readers into a world filled with gruff characters, breathtaking wilderness, and a fierceness of spirit as crisp as the Alaskan winter.
    08/01/2011
  • Bring on the Armored Bears! | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Inflatable Memories Shrinkable Globe Not Another Birthday in the Crew Lounge → Bring on the Armored Bears Alison Morris November 30th 2007 2 Replies Tweet 
    01/17/2018
  • TEDDY BEAR DREAMS
    Relayed in sing-song rhyming couplets, this uneven tale from a husband-and-wife team chronicles the nighttime adventures of Teddy Bear, who "flies into dreamland, where there's so much to do:/ Farming and riding and acting, all the night through."
    09/09/2002
  • Eclairs & Brown Bears CL
    Eclairs & Brown Bears, stuffed with instructions for butter cookies, brownies, meringues and tarts (among other goodies), offers more than a little inspiration for would-be pastry chefs.
    02/28/1994
  • The Little Snow Bear
    In the first, ``an original American tale,'' a lonely bruin takes comfort in a snow bear he constructs; when his wintertime pal must leave, he discovers the friendship offered by memories.
    04/03/1995
  • The Next Door Bear
    But thanks to an odd fantasy that involves a bee, a mysterious (and rather trippy) garden, a magical elevator, and a hulking, suit-wearing bear who enjoys both tea and sprinkler dances, Emma learns that with a little effort on her part, she can fit right in.
    04/25/2011
  • Village of the Ghost Bears
    Rumors of polar bear poaching complicate both cases.
    10/12/2009
  • Bear Loved Puccini
    From the ``dark deep forests of northern Minnesota'' to the bright lights of Milan, Italy, this tongue-in-cheek story of a young bear's rise to operatic stardom hits scarcely a wrong note.
    06/01/1992

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