- The Bear Who Didn't Like Honey
Dubbed "Scaredy Bear!"
- Should the Bear Eat the Rabbit? | ShelfTalker
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- Little Brown Bear and the Bundle of Joy
The cuddly star of Little Brown Bear Won't Take a Nap!
- Bearing the Bad News
Last week, amid news of the near-demise of Bear Stearns; the “dismal year... forecast for car sales,” according to the New York Times on March 20; and reports that even Starbucks is on a quest to “reconnect” with a shrinking custom
- Pajama Bedtime Bear's Birthday Party
In the largest package, the birthday bear finds a train, which carries the pals on a circular journey (easily traced by little fingers) to a picnic site.
- Lion & Tiger & Bear: Tag! You're It!
Lion is trying to paint by himself, but Bear and Tiger want to play tag.
- Grin and Bear It: The Wit & Wisdom of Corduroy
In another illustration, Corduroy’s owner, Lisa, sews the bear’s button back on: “There’s no hurt so big that it can’t be mended by friendship.”
- Kite Day: A Bear and Mole Book
Mole worked to awaken Bear from his winter hibernation; both are up and at ’em in this sequel, in which a windy day has Bear rushing to find Mole so they can fly a kite together.
- New Owner for Henry Bear's Park
\t \tHenry Bear’s Park founder Sally Lesser will stay on for several months to ensure a smooth transition for the business she started in 1976 and named for David McPhail’s Henry Bear’s Park.
- All for a Dime!: A Bear and Mole Story
It’s Market Day in Bear and Mole’s fourth adventure, and they are ready to sell their wares, along with a female friend, Skunk.
- Dog and Bear: Three to Get Ready
In the first, titled “Uh-Oh,” Dog attempts to help Bear get a silver bucket off of his head, but his solution sets up another problem.
- The Polar Bear Wish (a Wish Book)
After becoming lost in a snowstorm, they meet a lost polar bear named Tiny.
- Let's Go Home, Little Bear
In a starred review, PW called this sequel to Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?
- The Tempering of Men
Bear and Monette follow 2007's Companion to Wolves with another tale of the frozen northern lands of Iskryne inhabited by Wolfcarls and their telepathically bonded trellwolves.
- Wake Up, Bear...It's Christmas
Determined not to sleep through Christmas for the eighth year in a row, Bear sets his alarm, wakes on Christmas Eve and entertains a very special guest.