Praised for their whimsical word play and gentle lessons, best-selling author Karma Wilson’s Bear books never fail to delight young fans. In Bear’s Loose Tooth, listeners are transported deep into the forest for a cozy story about Bear and his woodland friends. While munching on his lunch one day, Bear feels something wobbly in his mouth. Bear has a loose tooth, and it isn’t long before his friends hop, crawl, and fly to his aid.
Acclaimed author Karma Wilson tells a festive story about friendship and helping others when they are sad in this Children’s Book-of-the-Month Club Featured Selection. Bear is snuggled in his cave for the winter. He sleeps all day and all night. The cold wind can’t even wake him up. He just snores on. Then, one day, something unexpected happens, and he is woken up. John McDonough’s playful narration helps listeners become involved in these woodland creatures’ activities.
With fun-loving rhymes and a curious mystery to solve, Bear's New Friend, from acclaimed children's author Karma Wilson, is sure to become a new favorite of kids everywhere. A warm and fuzzy reading from narrator John McDonough makes this a delightful listen for youngsters and adults alike.
Award-winning Karma Wilson, author of Bear Snores On, has created the delightful Hilda Hippo - a hippo who loves to dance despite all the noise she makes while doing so. It’s just that the Ka-bump! Ka-bump! Crash! Crash! Crash! noises disturb her jungle friends. Maybe Hilda could take up knitting? But knitting doesn’t quite suit the would-be ballerina. Perhaps she and her friends can find some sort of compromise!
The New York Times best-selling children’s author Karma Wilson has won many prizes such as the National Parenting Publications Children’s Resource Gold Award. Her story Bear Wants More is a Children’s Book-of-the-Month Club Featured Selection. It’s springtime and Bear is waking up from his winter nap. He hasn’t had any food in a long time. Bear is HUNGRY! John McDonough’s exuberant narration will be loved by all young listeners hungry for a good story.
Christmas is coming! But Bear is sleeping, and his friends don't want him to snooze through the whole holiday season. So they wake him up and give him lots to do. Bear wraps presents, bakes treats, and decorates as much as he can. And the fun is just starting, because a special visitor just might make this the best Christmas yet.
Karma Wilson’s Bear books, featuring a heartwarming reading by series stalwart John McDonough, are endearing short tales cherished by young listeners. Here, Bear goes out for a walk only to quickly get hungry and start back to his lair for a snack. Soon he becomes lost in the dark, cold, and windy woods. Good thing he has a number of woodland friends to rescue him and get him back home safely.
One cool autumn day, Bear's friends decide to visit him, but he can't come out to play - poor Bear is sick. Never fear though, his woodland pals are working very hard to make him feel better. They bundle him up, make him broth, and even sing him lullabies. With all this love and attention, Bear will be back on his paws in no time.
What better way for Bear to say thanks, than to have a big dinner with all his friends! Bear has come up with the perfect way to say thanks - a nice big dinner! When Bear decides to throw a feast, his friends show up one by one with different platters of delicious food to share. There's just one problem: Bear's cupboards are bare! What is he to do?
Explore colors with Bear in the first of a new concept picture book series from the New York Times best-selling creators of Bear Snores On. Colors, colors everywhere! Can you find colors just like Bear? Karma Wilson's playful text creatively introduces colors to the youngest Bear fans, who will delight in discovering a rainbow of fun.
Today is Grandma's birthday and Grandpa is going to make her a cake - a big one! But no stove is going to accommodate his grand vision. So using his pick-up truck and generous helpings of all the ingredients, he sets out to make a birthday cake like no one's ever seen before. Grandma didn't want him to make a fuss, but Grandpa just couldn't resist.