Nibbs plans a BIG FUN DAY to cheer Bruce up. But Bruce does not like BIG FUN DAYS. An easy-reader text with a story that young readers are sure to enjoy.
Browsing: Bear Books
Book Giveaway: Robin Newman’s Don’t Call Me Fuzzybutt! is a wonderfully enjoyable, fun, and funny picture book that readers will come back to again and again.
Told with side-splitting humor, Don’t Call Me Fuzzybutt! explores the consequences of acting without thought and speaking in anger.
Eagle vs. Bear: Adventures of a Child Cub is a five-chapter story that is the perfect gateway between early readers’ books and novels.
Meditation Station, by Susan B. Katz, is an outstanding choice for parents looking to introduce their children to the practice of meditation.
Which five words best describe Bear and Fred: A World War II Story?
Iris Argaman: Home. Friendship. Journey. Thread. Loneliness.
If Polar Bears Disappeared, by Lily Williams, is a timely and well-conceived addition to the genre of climate change.
The Hug Me series of books, in particular Little Bunny and Little Bear, from the Chronicle Books series offer a fun, comforting reading time experience for young board book lovers.
Which five words best describe your new picture book Honey?
David Ezra Stein: Wanting. Waiting. Forgetting. Getting! Losing.
A grumpy character is someone with flaws. Real people have flaws. Kids like real people…even if those real people are bears.