bear story

The Bears Upstairs.

Wendy comes to realize that the oddlooking apartment-sitters who have just moved in are bears and then to understand that they are very homesick bears who must journey far into the galaxy. An unusual and touching fantasy.

$4.00

 

Outside My Window.

The little boy opens the window and lets the lost baby bear inside. He tries to disguise his new friend so his mother won't notice, but in the end he has to open the window and let the little bear go back to the forest. A sweet little story. Note: This book has been sold.

$25.00

 

The Tall Book of Nursery Tales.

Little Red Riding Hood, City Mouse, Gingerbread Boy, Foolish Milkmaid, Ugly Duckling, Three Bears, Three Billy Goats Gruff, Little Wee Woman, Little Red Hen... more. The familiar coloured lithos on every other spread are very bright and deep.

$40.00

 

 Favorite Stories Six Linenette Books Box Set, illus. by R. A. Burley.

Favorite Stories Six Linenette Books Box Set:

Delightful illustrations with deep, bright colour and just enough text. These must have been a perfect present! Peter Rabbit borrows liberally from B. Potter and is not signed. The rest are. The artist, Raymond Albert Burley, (1890-1971) illustrated pulp magazines and then comics, as well as Linette books. Note: This book has been sold.

$65.00

 

Paddington's London. (A Paddington Bear Activity Book) on wheels.

A very cute rolling London Bus shape book with sturdy black  plastic wheels, in which Paddington and Mr. Gruber see the sights of London. The last page has the postcards which Mr. Gruber wisely purchases contrasted with Paddington's disastrous pictures. Note: This book has been SOLD.

$50.00

 

What the Wee Bear Did by Nina Jordan. A panorama.

What the Wee Bear Did.

Wee Bear just can't keep from giving everything a little taste!

$425.00

 

The Biggest Bear.

The bear cub grows too big to keep on the farm, so off Johnny goes through the woods. A much happier ending than the Yearling. Caldecott Medal. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.

$28.00

 

Forest Friends.

Stories of talking wild animals; with a few exceptions, most animals seem to be from the Southern United States. In one, the animals fashion a huge tree into a scare-man to keep the woodcutters out of the forest. Attractive plates.

$18.00

 

Eddie's Bear.

The reader knows that there are really two bears, a gentle brown one and a mean tawny one, but Eddie and his uncle are not sure, so off the brown bear goes in a truck, far into the wilderness and safety.

$4.00

 

We're Going on a Bear Hunt.

Four brave little kids and their father, armed with a switch, dance into terrible hardships on an imaginary bear chase.

$5.00

 

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