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Black Bear Cub (1994)

by Alan Lind

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After hibernating all winter, Mother Bear takes Black Bear Cub and his sister out of their den and teaches them how to survive in the forest.
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Mother bear teaches her cubs how to live and have fun in the forest.
  BLTSbraille | Sep 5, 2021 |
The story begins with the mother and two cubs waking up from hibernation. The cubs were born while the mother was asleep. They are all hungry and she finds food for them and teaches them how to get their own food. Finally winter is beginning and the bears find a den to hibernate in until spring when the cubs will be on their own.
  uufnn | Nov 4, 2018 |
A mother black bear teaches her cubs how to live out in the forest.
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  TUCC | May 30, 2018 |
Genre: I would say this is an informational book. It is not a dictionary or an encyclopedia, but the characters are actually just bears that the artist has drawn. No characters speak, and the only voice we see or hear from is the narrator. The narrator tells us all about the black bears and their eating, nesting, family, and hibernation habits. I would also classify this as informational because it can be a young reader's reference book.

The media used in this informational book is not photographs, but instead it looks like acrylic paint. With each page of new information, the artist reconstructs the black bear's activity with her cub and shows how she is teaching them how to survive in the forest. The details are really great and they show the activities pretty realistically. ( )
  chelsealouise | Sep 20, 2009 |
AD890L,GL 4.1,GRL L,1 copy
  Totarobookroom | Jul 25, 2009 |
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In early spring, Mother Bear and her two cubs lumber out of their winter den.
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