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  • Antler, Bear, Canoe: A Northwoods Alphabet
    From Antler to Zero (degrees, that is), the seasons of the Minnesota woods come to life in Antler, Bear, Canoe: A Northwoods Alphabet Year by Betsy Bowen.
    08/26/2002
  • BEARSIE BEAR AND THE SURPRISE SLEEPOVER PARTY
    Moosie Moose knocks on Bearsie Bear's door to ask if he may sleep over on a cold evening in the first of a series of guest-proposed invitations.
    05/27/2002
  • Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
    Jesse Bear playfully "wears" not only his shirt and pants, but also the sun on his legs, sand on his arm, bathwater and bubbles, sleep in his eyes, etc.
    03/04/1996
  • A Companion to Wolves
    Rising fantasy stars Monette (Mélusine ) and Bear (Whiskey & Water ) subvert the telepathic animal companion subgenre so thoroughly that it may never be the same.
    08/20/2007
  • Multiverse: Exploring Poul Anderson's Worlds
    Editors Dozois and Bear present 17 heartfelt tributes to Anderson, including biographical observations by friends and family, and fiction by respected longtime writers.
    02/10/2014
  • White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts
    When subjects in a psychology experiment were told not to think about a white bear, their minds, naturally, filled up with white furry images.
    06/05/1990
  • Tomie's Three Bears and Other Tales
    Tomie's Three Bears and Other Tales, adapted from Tomie dePaola's Favorite Nursery Tales, contains retellings aimed at youngest fans of the titular story as well as "The Little Red Hen" and "The Three Little Pigs."
    08/02/2004
  • The Teddy Bears' Night Before Christmas
    Kids (and older toy lovers, especially) will delight in the handmade teddy bears and the flying reindeer.
    10/04/1999
  • Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
    The book follows a young bear through a day as he playfully "wears'' not only his shirt and pants, but also the sun on his legs, sand on his arm, his mealtime chair, his bathwater and bubbles, and finally, ``Sleep in my eyes/And stars in the skies/Moon on
    05/01/1986
  • The Berenstain Bears' Old-Fashioned Christmas
    When the Berenstain Bear cubs arrive at their grandparents’ house for Christmas, they are dismayed when Gramps unplugs the TV. “There are lots of other things to do at Christmastime,” he explains.
    09/10/2012
  • Ghost Bears: Exploring the Biodiversity Crisis
    Grumbine, director of wilderness field studies at the Sierra Institute of the University of California-Santa Cruz, uses the reclusive grizzly bear of the Pacific Northwest as a symbol for all endangered species as he analyzes the decline of biological diversity.
    06/29/1992
  • Check it Out with Nancy Pearl: Bears!
    Bear by Marion Engel The Hotel New Hampshire by John Irving The Bear Went Over the Mountain by William Kotzwinkle The Summer of the Bear by Bella Pollen The Bear Comes Home by Rafi Zabor
    06/18/2012
  • White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts
    When Wegner instructed participants in a psychology experiment not to think about a white bear, their minds, naturally, filled up with white, furry images.
    07/06/1989
  • Can You Growl Like a Bear?
    This welcoming book showcases 10 familiar species that make distinctive sounds, then prompts youngsters to do their best imitations: “Can you growl like a bear,/ rolling in the snow?
    10/01/2007
  • One Bear at Bedtime: A Counting Book
    For the child in this book, one teddy bear waits for him, and all the imaginary animals have gone to sleep.
    04/01/1988

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