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Me and My Teddy Bear My Friend Bear by Jez Alborough E ALB Where’s My Teddy? by Jez Alborough E ALB Brown Paper Teddy Bear by Catherine Allison E ALL Heaven Is Having You by Giles Andreae E AND You’re a Genius, Blackboard Bear by Martha Alexander E ALE Happy Birthday, Moon by Frank Asch E ASC The Three Bears by Byron Barton E BAR Baby Bear Discovers the World by Marion Dane Bauer E BAU A Visitor for Bear by Bonny Becker E BEC Stay Awake, Bear! by Gavin Bishop E BIS Berlioz the Bear by Jan Brett E BRE One Bear in the Picture by Caroline Bucknall E BUC Little Bear’s Little Boat by Eve Bunting E BUN Pi-shu the Little Panda by John Butler E BUT The Lonesome Polar Bear by Jane Cabrera E CAB Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear? by Nancy Carlstrom E CAR Bear Dreams by Elisha Cooper E COO You Are My I Love You by Maryann K. Cusimano E CUS Sleepy Bear by Lydia Dabcovich E DAB Old Bob’s Brown Bear by Niki Daly E DAL Boswell Wide Awake by Alexandra Day E DAY Jamberry by Bruce Degen ED Always Copycub by Richard Edwards E EDW Mr. Wolf and the Three Bears by Jan Fearnley E FEA Ask Mr. Bear by Marjorie Flack EF One Magical Morning by Claire Freedman E FRE Corduroy by Don Freeman E FRE Bearymore by Don Freeman EF Snow Bear by Jean Craighead George E GEO Bewildered for Three Days (Daniel Boone) by Andrew Glass E GLA Mr. Bear Says: Are You There, Baby Bear? by Debi Gliori E GLI Mr. Bear to the Rescue by Debi Gliori E GLI Orange Pear Apple Bear by Emily Gravett E GRA What Will I Do Without You? by Sally Grindley E GRI We Are Bears by Molly Grooms E GRO Alphabears: An ABC Book by Kathleen Hague E HAG Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear illustrated by Michael Hague E HAG Dear Bear by Joanna Harrison E HAR The Winter Visitors by Karel Hayes E HAY Don’t You Feel Well, Sam? by Amy Hest E HES Kiss Good Night by Amy Hest E HES One Bear at Bedtime: a Counting Book by Mick Inkpen EI JOHNSON CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY, YOUTH SERVICES, 100 WEST MILLARD ST., JOHNSON CITY, TN 37604 (423) 434-4458 http://www.jcpl.net Dial-a-Story 928-1159 8-2008 Bearcub and Mama by Sharon Jennings E JEN Let’s Play Rough! by Lynne Jonell E JON Bears by Ruth Krauss E KRA The Teddy Bears’ Picnic by Jimmy Kennedy E KEN You’re All My Favorites by Sam McBratney E MCB Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey E MCC Papa’s Song by Kate & Jim McMullan E MCM Bear’s Toothache by David McPhail E MCP Emma’s Pet by David McPhail E MCP Emma in Charge by David McPhail E MCP Are You There, Bear? by Ron Maris E MAR Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. E MAR Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. E MAR Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. E MAR Wake Up, Sleepy Bear! by Christine Morton-Shaw E MOR There’s a Bear in the Bath! by Nanette Newman E NEW Bearobics: a Hip-Hop Counting Story by Vic Parker E PAR Moon Glowing by Elizabeth Partridge E PAR Me and My Dad by Alison Ritchie E RIT Oliver Finds His Way by Phyllis Root E ROO We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen E ROS Bear Day by Cynthia Rylant E RYL Down in the Woods at Sleepytime by Carole Lexa Schaefer E SCH Bear by John Schoenherr ES Mama’s Little Bears by Nancy Tafuri E TAF Deep in the Forest by Brinton Turkle E TUR Ernest and Celestine at the Circus by Gabrielle Vincent E VIN Bearsie Bear and the Surprise Sleepover Party by Bernard Waber E WAB Ira Sleeps Over by Bernard Waber E WAB Good Job, Little Bear! by Martin Waddell E WAD Humphrey’s Bear by Jan Wahl E WAH I Can Build a House! by Shigeo Watanabe EW Let’s Go Swimming by Shigeo Watanabe E WAT Where Does the Brown Bear Go? by Nicki Weiss E WEI Bear and Mrs. Duck by Elizabeth Winthrop EW Lazy Bear by Brian Wildsmith E WIL Bear Feels Sick by Karma Wilson E WIL Bear’s New Friend by Karma Wilson E WIL Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson E WIL Bear Wants More by Karma Wilson E WIL The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear by Don & Audrey Wood E WOO Oh My Baby Bear! by Audrey Wood E WOO Baby Bear’s Big Dreams by Jane Yolen E YOL Baby Bear’s Books by Jane Yolen E YOL Baby Bear’s Chairs by Jane Yolen E YOL JOHNSON CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY, YOUTH SERVICES, 100 WEST MILLARD ST., JOHNSON CITY, TN 37604 (423) 434-4458 http://www.jcpl.net Dial-a-Story 928-1159 8-2008 Golden Bear by Ruth Young E YOU Buzzy’s Big Bedtime Book by Harriet Ziefert E ZIE Lonesome Bear by Clay Carmichael ABC E CAR Ted in a Red Bed by Phil Roxbee Cox ABC E COX Bumble Bear by James Hoffman ABC E HOF A Bear for You by Kirsten Hall ABC E HAL Little Bear series by Else Holmelund Minarik ABC E MIN Goldilocks and the Three Bears by James Marshall Caldecott E M The Biggest Bear by Lynd Ward Caldecott E WAR The Bears on Hemlock Mountain by Alice Dalgliesh Newbery J DAL Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens OVERSIZE J 398.2089 STE Giant Panda by Gail Gibbons OVERSIZE J 599.789 GIB Little Panda by Joanne Ryder OVERSIZE J 599.789 RYD Brown, Fierce, and Furry: What Am I? by Moira Butterfield J 599.74446 BUT Backyard Bear by Anne Rockwell J 599.78 ROC Black Bears by Julie Murray J 599.785 MUR ME AND MY TEDDY BEAR Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear Teddy bear, teddy bear turn around. Teddy bear, teddy bear touch the ground. Teddy bear, teddy bear show your shoe. Teddy bear, teddy bear that will do. Teddy bear, teddy bear go upstairs. Teddy bear, teddy bear say your prayers. Teddy bear, teddy bear turn on the light. Teddy bear, teddy bear say goodnight! JOHNSON CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY, YOUTH SERVICES, 100 WEST MILLARD ST., JOHNSON CITY, TN 37604 (423) 434-4458 http://www.jcpl.net Dial-a-Story 928-1159 8-2008 FOLLOW UP IDEAS: Guess what I am? This guessing game uses the sounds and motions of different animals. Toddlers and preschoolers like to guess, and they like to act out the different animals with you. Start with a picture book about farm animals to give you ideas and to reinforce the actions with a picture. These are also more familiar to your child. Watch for bears when shopping or when traveling anywhere, look at magazines and books. This activity is fun since bear logos are plentiful. It helps your toddler or preschooler become more observant. CRAFT: KITCHEN CLAY You will need: 2 cups baking soda 1 cup cornstarch 1 1/3 cups water Pinch of salt This recipe feels almost like real clay. Put all the ingredients in a saucepan and mix well. Stir over medium heat until the mixture bubbles and thickens. Turn out onto a board or waxed paper and let cool. Knead until smooth. Wrap in a damp towel and place in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes. Help your child learn how to squeeze, roll, pat, and make balls from clay and to put them together to make many different objects. Store the clay in a tightly closed plastic bag in the refrigerator, and add a few drops of water to the bag to keep it from hardening. To preserve a special creation, let the object harden in the air for a day or two. Paint with tempera or acrylic paints and cover with shellac. The result - a work of art!
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