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  • Bears Dancing in the Northern Air
    Dickey, introducing his choice for the 86th volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets, singles out Kyle's ``clear, clean, and highly personal mysticism, the quiet and balance of her imagination, and her ability to articulate both sourced and sourceless joy.''
    04/29/1991
  • Home for a Tiger, Home for a Bear
    This picture book from a British team offers a rhythmic cataloguing of some familiar animals and their habitats.
    02/26/2007
  • Journal of Julia Singing Bear
    A worthy successor to the trio's previous work, The Ledgerbook of Thomas Blue Eagle, this inventive companion book poses as a combination journal and "photo album" (actually black-and-white paintings) to chronicle a fictitious Lakota girl's life in the late 19th century.
    06/03/1996
  • Jason and the Baseball Bear
    Fourth-grader Jason benefits from the training tips of a large, furry baseball coach--who gives new meaning to a team of Bruins.
    03/02/1992
  • Nora and the Great Bear
    In PW 's words, ``The story of a plucky girl's encounter with a sought-after bruin has the enchanting flavor of an old-world fairy tale, and Krause's subtle ink-and-watercolor illustrations and imaginative use of perspective are captivating.''
    11/30/1992
  • Barracuda, Final Bearing
    As a former officer of the USS Hammerhead, DiMercurio knows his submarines, and the high-tech detail that he brings to his fourth undersea thriller (after Phoenix Sub Zero) should delight fans of the genre.
    01/29/1996
  • Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts
    Susan Fotopoulos, the heroine of this taut thriller from Christodoulou (the Greek Island mysteries), has been left bereft by the sudden, mysterious death of Eugene, her almost two-year-old son.
    09/14/2020
  • BEAR ME SAFELY OVER
    The lives of two troubled Georgia families intersect in Joseph's debut novel, a gutsy, realistic and lyrical portrait of country people struggling to find meaning in their constricted lives.
    03/18/2002
  • Happy Birthday. Jesse Bear!
    Everything for a fun and festive party greets this favorite character on his fourth birthday.
    02/28/2000
  • Bear and His Daughter
    Vividly imagined scenes and some startling images convey brooding questions of existence in Stone's first short-story collection, which offers pieces written over a span of three decades.
    03/31/1997
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    PW found this ``beautifully executed retelling . . . distinguished by the use of luxuriant color and a wealth of visual detail.''
    07/01/1990
  • The Teddy Bear Book
    This assortment of simple, rollicking rhymes is cheerily complemented by a gaggle of lovable bruins.
    06/01/1992
  • The Bear Flag: A Novel of California
    A widow finds herself in the midst of the battle between the U.S. and Mexico for California in Holland's historical drama.
    09/02/1996
  • THE FIRST BEAR IN AFRICA!

    03/26/2001
  • Exit, Pursued by a Bear
    The play's the thing, but when it insults the faerie queen Titania, she sends Kit Marlowe to disrupt the course of human events—and Ben Jonson's stage show—in a brief story that's just a bit too authentic to be easily digested.
    05/18/2015

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