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  • THE BOY, THE BEAR, THE BARON, THE BARD
    Here, the boy rescues a caged Bear and, hand-in-paw, the two elude the snarling Shakespeare; when they detour into a dungeon, they meet a Baron whose anxious glances at an outdoor chopping block and a guy with an axe suggest that an execution will soon occur.
    09/20/2004
  • Two She-Bears
    Referring to a biblical episode in which two she-bears emerge from the woods and kill 42 children, the title presages the acts of violent retribution to come.
    07/18/2016
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears: A Tale Moderne
    Papa Bear's chair is a Charles Rennie Mackintosh ladderback ("hard as a rock"), Mama Bear's is an Arne Jacobsen "Egg" chair ("way too soft"), and Baby Bear's is an Eames brothers creation ("but just as she was getting cozy, the chair broke
    10/18/2010
  • Not This Bear: A First Day of School Story
    Whenever his teacher introduces an activity that “all the bears” like to do, he responds, “Not this bear.”
    05/11/2015
  • Shadow of the Bear: Travels in Vanishing Wilderness
    His accounts of his travels always present engrossing information on a range of topics, such as the politics of Chinese panda preservation, the squalid living conditions of the endangered Cambodian sun bear and the struggle to protect the Italian brown bear from the results of financial mismanagement
    04/24/2006
  • Baby Bear's Book of Tiny Tales
    How can Baby Bear share a rare flower without picking it?
    11/27/2017
  • Bear and Squirrel Are Friends . . . Yes, Really!
    Just look at the way that Bear shakes acorns out of trees for Squirrel, and how Squirrel lets Bear use his bushy tail for a dust mop.
    07/06/2015
  • COUNT THE WAYS, LITTLE BROWN BEAR
    Mother Bear appears as somewhat wooden rather than maternally substantial, and both bears' heads seem clumsily affixed to their bodies.
    11/19/2001
  • The Three Bears Holiday Rhyme Book
    The bear family introduced in Yolen's and Dyer's Baby Bear's Bedtime Book and The Three Bears Rhyme Book return in rhyming poems celebrating 15 holidays.
    04/03/1995
  • I LOVE YOU, MISTER BEAR
    / Daddy, maybe that shaggy old bear feels lonely."
    01/19/2004
  • THE BEAR FAMILY'S WORLD TOUR CHRISTMAS
    In the far north, they visit their cousins the polar bears; in Peru, their friends the spectacled bears; in Australia, the koalas, and so on.
    09/23/2002
  • We're in Big Trouble, Blackboard Bear
    A classic comes out of hibernation and an illustrated bear comes to life in Martha Alexander's We're in Big Trouble, Blackboard Bear (1980).
    11/01/2001
  • Albert the Running Bear Gets the Jitters
    Despite de Groat's appealing bears and the proven popularity of the title character from The Adventures of Albert the Running Bear and Albert the Running Bear's Exercise Book, this new story has a weak plot and a sentimental resolution.
    09/01/1987
  • Little Brown Bear is Growing Up
    The unassuming, flattened text ( `Little Brown Bear,' says Papa Bear, `finish eating your food.'
    12/01/1970
  • Little Brown Bear Learns to Share
    The unassuming, flattened text ( `Little Brown Bear,' says Papa Bear, `finish eating your food.'
    04/01/1996

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