Little Bear


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Little Bear

[′lid·əl ′ber]
(astronomy)
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CAN'T YOU SLEEP: IT'S tough being Little Bear when you are trying to get to sleep and The Dark is all around.
In this, Little Bear has found a cave to play in and when night falls, he wants to sleep there.
Copenhaver previously did shoreline restoration at Big Bear and Little Bear lakes.
Little Bear's Colours by Jane Hissey (Red Fox, pounds 7.99) INTRODUCING youngsters to books from an early age can lead them to a lifelong love of the written word.
The corner overlooking Little Bear Lake had been home to a series of restaurants, ending with Opa!, which was on the market for years without a taker.
"Love From a Star" is a tender, touching story poem illustrated by sensitive watercolor paintings that reassures a little bear he is never alone because a special star that is the light in God's eyes is always with him.
Perhaps one day Little Bear will be added to that original list as the Derry four-piece have been forced to change their name to PORTS.
To avoid further tragedy, Zeus turned Arcas into a bear and put the boy and his mother into the sky as the Great Bear and the Little Bear.
Muffin, the 'yummiest little bear', receives an invitation to a birthday party from his rabbit friends Fizz and Flora.
The author has a little bear tell about scary things, such as bad dreams.
"Papa's Backpack" is a terribly touching, beautifully illustrated book about a little bear whose Papa has to go away to be a soldier.