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  • Lucky Hares and Itchy Bears
    This humorous rhyming revue features 15 animals from the Pacific Northwest.
    10/02/1996
  • To Bear Any Burden
    Santoli (Everything We Had spent three years traveling in the U.S., Europe and Asia, recording the oral histories collected here.
    05/01/1986
  • The Two-Bear Mambo
    Veteran Lansdale brings back his incomparable Texas team of narrator Hap Collins and Leonard Pine for an encore that's just as funny and violent and gripping as their first appearance in Mucho Mojo.
    09/04/1995
  • The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears
    Barely suppressed despair and black wit infuse this beautifully observed debut from Ethiopian émigré Mengestu.
    11/20/2006
  • Sleep, Black Bear, Sleep
    Dyer (Mama Always Comes Home ), herself the daughter of illustrator Jane Dyer, joins the mother-daughter team of Yolen and Stemple (previously paired for The Salem Witch Trials ) to celebrate the joys of a long, cozy wintertime snooze.
    12/18/2006
  • THE FIRST BEAR IN AFRICA!

    03/26/2001
  • One Bear at Bedtime
    From its single bruin to ``a monster with ten heads who takes forever to say goodnight,'' this counting book is a lark.
    09/02/1991
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    Goldilocks is a self-satisfied adventuress in this comical retelling, a 1988 Caldecott Honor book.
    01/05/1998
  • WHERE IS CHRISTMAS, JESSE BEAR?
    "In answer to the titular question, the furry fellow ticks off preparations, from decorating the house to wrapping and sending gifts—all the way up to the big day," wrote PW.
    09/22/2003
  • BAILEY THE BEAR CUB
    A plump, velvety and rapidly growing ursine hero stands at a crossroads.
    03/11/2002
  • Sleeping Bear: A Thriller
    When Army veteran Cassie Gale goes missing on a solo camping trip along Alaska's Yukon River in Sullivan's impressive debut, her father, former intelligence officer Jim Gale, immediately organizes a search party of friends and family to augment the state's thin law enforcement resources.
    04/12/2021
  • Wrath-Bearing Tree
    Enge continues the tales of the hunchback Morlock Ambrosius, son of Merlin Ambrosius, in the satisfying second entry in the Tournament of Shadows series.
    06/24/2013
  • The Legend of Bear Bryant
    Houston Post sportswriter Hers-kowitz met Bryant in 1954 the coach's first year leading the Texas A & M teamand was his friend for the next 29 years.
    01/01/1988
  • Tunes for Bears to Dance to
    Eleven-year-old Henry is largely on his own after his brother's death: his family has moved to a new city, his father has slipped into depression and his mother waitresses long hours to support the family.
    08/31/1992
  • THE U.S. AND MEXICO: The Bear and the Porcupine
    In this vivid memoir, Davidow, U.S. ambassador to Mexico from 1998 to 2002, sheds light on the curious profession of diplomacy and enjoyably depicts how such work ranges from the fascinating to the foolish.
    05/17/2004

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