- Songs of Earth and Power
Two of Bear's earlier and closely related novels, each originally published in its own mass market edition, have now been expanded and placed between one set of hard covers.
Bear enhances the usual generation ship themes—social amnesia, decaying infrastructure, and mission-threatening grand calamities—with enough new flourishes, including a biotechnology-based class system and cruel experiments based on misapprehensions of Darwin, to keep readers happily engaged.
- Hell and Earth
Completing the story of Will Shakespeare and Kit Marley (Christopher Marlowe) begun in 2008's Ink and Steel , Campbell-winner Bear proves again that she can fill a stage as well as any Elizabethan playwright, entwining tragedies of betrayal and blood-soaked revenge with country pastoral and do
- Hull Zero Three
Multiple Hugo and Nebula winner Bear (City at the End of Time) sets this difficult but rewarding short novel on an interstellar colony ship gone astray.
Bear's talent for portraying cultural divergence and conflict is especially apparent in this intense wrapup.
- Ink and Steel: A Novel of the Promethean Age
Campbell-winner Bear reveals the secret war between fae and the Elizabethan court in this dramatic prequel to Blood and Iron and Whiskey and Water .
Bear's popular novel Eon introduced The Way, an infinite tunnel in space-time opening on other universes.
- City at the End of Time
In his triumphant return to large-scale SF, Nebula and Hugo–winner Bear (Quantico ) links three young drifters in present-day Seattle with an unimaginably distant future.
- Bears in Pairs
"Black bear/ Brown bear/ Up bear/ Down bear/ White bear/ Green bear/ King bear/ Queen bear . . .
- Follow That Bear!
- Jason's Bears
Hawkes (Weslandia) goes to town with the bear theme, outfitting Jason ( la Max in Where the Wild Things Are) in brown hooded jammies complete with bear ears, in a bedroom with bear wallpaper--even bear sheets and comforter.
- Bears in the Bath
It’s bath time for the four small bears from Bears on Chairs and Bears in Beds, and boy do they ever need it: “Dust and dirt smudge/ Floppy Bear./ Are those cobwebs/ in her hair?
- Bears in Beds
But when they hear a sound in the night, all four bears wake up and hop into Big Brown Bear’s bed.
- Moon Bears
In a follow-up to Polar Bears (2010), wildlife photographer Newman introduces a handful of moon bears that live at a sanctuary in Chengdu, China.
- A Bear's Life
This well-designed companion to Wolf Island features McAllister’s exquisite photographs of black bears, grizzlies, and rare spirit bears—black bears born with white fur—as they eat, sleep, travel, and play over the course of a year in British Columbia’s verdant Great Bear Rainforest.