Reviews and Blog Posts: Bears

Happy Winnie the Pooh Day!

The House on Pooh Corner by A.A. Milne

January 18th is Winnie the Pooh Day! British author Alan Alexander Milne was born on January 18, 1882 and is the creator of everyone's favorite silly old bear and all of his pals in the Hundred Acre Wood! Celebrate with a spot of something sweet and a good book shared with dear friends! Reread the classic stories in The Complete Tales & Poems of Winnie the Pooh by A. A. Milne.

Winnie the Pooh's story begins on a pleasant day in 1924 when Christopher Robin Milne, the author's son, visited the London Zoological Gardens and encountered a real life Black Bear named Winnie who preferred condensed milk to honey! The original stuffed animals which inspired the beloved and timeless tales are on display in the New York Public Library. Mr.

Something to do

by David Lucas

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Baby bear is bored. There's nothing to do. So baby bear wakes up papa bear. They go for a long walk and find a stick. When the stick breaks, they discover they can write with the broken pieces. Papa draws one line, baby bear draws another, and soon they have...

Baby Bear's books

by Jane Yolen

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When do you like to read books? Baby Bear likes to read them throughout the day from the time he gets up, through snack time, nap time, dinnertime and bedtime. This bouncy rhyming book is an ode to reading anytime and anywhere. Can you find bear, bee, and bunny in...

A very hairy bear

by Alice Schertle

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A big, shaggy, hairy bear has hair everywhere except his no-hair nose. He catches fish in the spring, eats berries in the summer, hunts acorns in the fall, and hibernates in winter. His hair might get wet, his nose might turn blue, but he has fun in the green, gorgeous...

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