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Polar Bear

The Polar Bear Scientists (Scientists in the Field Series)

By Peter Lourie
Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, 2012

Ages 10 and up
ISBN: 0547283059

Full of photographs, maps and lots of details of the study of polar bears in the wild. This is a fabulous account of researchers and what they do as they study the life of the polar bear. This book also includes additional web sites and resources for the budding scientist.

Bears : Polar Bears, Black Bears and Grizzly Bears (Kids Can Press Wildlife Series)

By Deborah Hodge
Kids Can Press, 1996

Ages 5 and up
ISBN: 1550743554

A marvelous overview of bears in North America and lovely watercolor illustrations make this book a must have. Filled with fascinating facts telling how and what bears eat, where they live, how they hibernate – even what color their eyes are when they are born.

Black Bear

Black Bear: North America's Bear

By Stephen R. Swinburne
Boyds Mills Press, 2009

Ages 8 and up
ISBN: 1590787986

A first-hand account of the author watching the workings of scientists as they study the black bear. Super color photographs and detailed descriptions highlight this account of the scientists in action. Learn all about the lives of black bears.

Face to Face with Grizzlies

By Joel Sartore
National Geographic Children's Books, 2009

Ages 10 and up
ISBN: 1426304749

Come face to face with the grizzly bear just as the author did. He did it in person and lived to tell about it. You can do it through this wonderful full color book in the safety of your favorite reading corner.

Grizzly Bear

Wild Bears - Level 1 (See More Readers)

By Seymour Simon
Chronicle Books, 2009

Ages 5 and up
ISBN: 1587171449

A book about bears for the early reader. Leveled for the beginning bear researcher and animal lover. A look at the bears with simple easy to read text and glossy full color photographs.

Our Three Bears

By Ron Hirschi
Boyds Mills Press, 2008

Ages 7 and up
ISBN: 1590780159

Get to know the three bears of North America with the help of this author. Each bear, the black, grizzly, and polar are shared separately in their own chapter with beautiful photographs to complement each section. Learn all about these animals and how they live.

Black Bear

Black Bear

Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Bear

Polar Bear

Polar Bear

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