- The Collected Stories of Greg Bear
Fans will welcome The Collected Stories of Greg Bear, a hefty compendium of shorter fiction from the Hugo and Nebula awards winner.
- The Best of Elizabeth Bear
This excellent collection offers readers the chance to immerse themselves in Bear’s singular imagination.
- Manifestation Wolverine: The Collected Poetry of Ray Young Bear
There is a distinct pleasure in watching Young Bear's work mature and grow more playful over the arc of his career.
- Elizabeth Bear Writes Where the Technology Breaks
Bear sent him a proposal.
- Bear Grylls Survival Camp: The Ultimate All-Terrain Training Manual
Grylls strikes a playful tone, featuring dangerous circumstances that most readers are unlikely to experience (surviving an elephant or polar bear attack, for example).
- The Bear Tribe's Self-Reliance Book
The authors are members of the Bear Tribe Medicine Society located near Spokane, Wash.
- Bear Is a Bear
“Bear is a soft, warm pillow,” Stutzman writes, as the tiny child blissfully snoozes in Bear’s huge embrace; Bear is game for both dress-up and ill-advised digging in the garden; when a lightning storm casts shadows in the child’s bedroom, “Bear is a great protector
- No Bears
“Every time you read a book,” Ella complains, “it’s just bears bears bears—horrible furry bears slurping honey in awful little caves.”
"Bears/ Bears/ Bears/ Bears/ Bears," opens the text, which spans just over two dozen words.
- The Bear
But Bear does not stay.
- This is the Bear
"This is the bear who fell in the bin.
After briefly introducing the genus, Bears highlights the distinctive traits of each of eight varieties of bruin: polar bear fur may look white, but actually each hair is hollow and transparent, reflecting the light; before hibernation, brown bears gain about three pounds a day while
Stickland (The Christmas Bear) gives new meaning to the phrase "bear witness" in this rhyming story, in which a boy becomes convinced that his house is hosting an ever-growing gathering of ursine guests.
By the end of the book, however, the bear is older, wiser and ready for anything.
- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear
Piles of bears./ Care for a bear?