- This Week in Children's Apps: January 31, 2013
\t \tTitle: The Berenstain Bears Hug and Make Up \tPublisher: Oceanhouse Media \tRelease date: January 30, 2013 \tPrice: $2.99 \tBackground: The Bear family gets along nicely most of the time.
- The Rumpus Goes On
Krauss's text, just 27 words, discusses only bears—"Bears, bears, bears, bears, bears/ on the stairs/ under chairs."
- This Week in Children's Apps: April 5, 2012
And finally, there's The Berenstain Bears' BIG Bedtime Book, which collects six classic bedtime stories, reimagined with bears in the key roles.
- Spring Celebrations
Another bear of considerable renown is celebrating his 50th birthday.
- Expanding the Halo Universe
“But when we use writers like Greg Bear, you also get Greg Bear readers to try them out.
- PW Picks: Books of the Week, March 4, 2019
This week: new books from Elizabeth Bear, Helen Oyeyemi, and more.
- Children's Picture Books
Some of the vignettes are semi-reality based: the bear juggles the fruit ("Apple, bear, orange, pear") and balances all three pieces on his nose ("Orange, pear, apple, bear").
- Candlewick Tests Audio Waters
Among the initial releases are Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?
- Tor Launches Author-Hosted Twitter Feed
Tor authors currently lined up to host the chats include Greg Bear, Steven Gould, and M.J.
- Galley Talk: 'Emory's Gift'
Charlie is a 13-year-old boy struggling with the loss of his mother, and Emory is a grizzly bear.
- 5 Under 35 Announced
The winners are Shani Boianjiu (The People of Forever Are Not Afraid), Danielle Evans (Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self), Mary Beth Keane (The Walking People), Melinda Moustakis (Bear Down, Bear North: Alaska Stories), and John Corey Whaley (Where Things Come
- Berenstains: Xmas Book for Harper
The couple's son Michael will work with them on the artwork for the book, tentatively titled How the Berenstain Bears Saved Christmas, which will be about the ursine family seeking the true meaning of the holiday.
- Web Exclusive Children's Book Reviews: 10/20/2009
But Big Bear can’t quite make out Old Man Winter’s recurring suggestion—“Sleep, Big Bear, sleep”—and instead hears all manner of like-sounding phrases such as “Drive a jeep, Big Bear, drive a jeep,” or “Climb a mountain steep, Big Bear, steep.”
- Noteworthy Picture Book Sequels: March 2019
Picture book sequels pubbing this month include the return of a bear musician, a mustachioed baby, an aquatic duo, and a rabbit learning fiscal responsibility.
- New Kids' and YA Books: Week of November 28, 2016
Bear is friends with “small, small, small!”