Stephen F. Stringham, PhD: Ghost Grizzlies and Other Rare Bruins features stunning photos of Ghosts and other rare varieties, such as Basalt, Ebony, and Lava grizzly/brown bears. It also shares the adventures of two Ghost grizzly cubs. Finally, it teaches you expert techniques for identifying the variety, sex and age/maturity of a bear, as well as how to recognize bears as individuals.
Charlie Russell and Maureen Enns: Grizzly Heart tells the remarkable story of how Russell and Enns have defied the preconceptions of wildlife officials and the general public by living unthreatened — and respected — among the grizzlies of Kamchatka.
Jeff Gailus, Rocky Mountain Books: This book examines the challenges facing grizzly populations in Canada and the United States.
Charlie Russell and Maureen Enns: Grizzly Seasons tells the story of three bears — Chico, Biscuit and Rosie — rescued from a zoo and reintroduced to the wilds of Kamchatka by Russell and Enns. Graced with more than 150 beautiful colour photographs, including majestic aerial views, Grizzly Seasons closely follows the bears — and the authors — through six years of developing a self-sustaining, mutually respectful relationship of trust.
Amy Shapira (Concept and Photos), Douglas H. Chadwick (Text): Follow the true story of a young bear all alone in the Alaskan wilderness and the big-hearted grizzly family that embraced him as their own. Award-winning photographer Amy Shapira returned to the same remote cove in southeastern Alaska for six consecutive summers, capturing this incredible story as it unfolded. Through her breathtaking photographs and text from noted biologist and author Douglas H. Chadwick, the heartwarming tale of Baylee, her cubs, and the “adopted” bear Emmett comes alive for readers young and old.
Sylvia Dolson: Set to be published for June 2013, Joy of Bears is a feel good book full of breathtaking photos, inspirational quotes, and - of course - the joy of bears! A must have for any wildlife enthusiast and a great coffee table piece sure to bring joy, smiles, and conversation to guests in your home.
Cindy S. Terry: In the north woods of Minnesota, a black bear cub is born. It happens every January, and most of us would not give it a second thought. But this time thousands of people watched a wild bear give birth via a live streaming webcam. The bear's name is Lily. She is a research bear, and she has turned into an internet sensation. Thanks to author and artist Cindy Terry, Lily's story is now a delightful children's book. Filled with true facts about black bears, the story is about Lily and two small friends who stay in Lily's den for the winter as they wait for "the big event." They teach Lily about friendship while teaching the reader about bears.
Linda Masterson: This practical guide dispels myths, replaces fear with respect, and lays the foundation for improving human-black bear relations with an inside look at the fascinating world of these highly intelligent, adaptable and resourceful animals.
Eugene L. Fytche: Eugene Fytche, a retired engineer, has owned a commercial sheep flock near Ottawa, Ontario, for over twenty years. His own problems with coyotes led him to conduct extensive research into predator damage for the Ontario Sheep marketing Agency and the Ontario Cattlemen Association. This book was released as a direct result of that research. May Safely Graze focuses on protecting sheep, cattle and goats from predators, particularly coyotes and wolves, and has had a wide circulation in Canada and the US.
Nikita Ovsyanikov, Voyageur Press Inc.: Polar Bears is a solid, general introduction to polar bears by Nikita Ovsyanikov, one of the world's foremost polar bear researchers, who has lived among these great white bears for many years. His easy-to-read text details wild polar bears' eating habits, habitats, and behavior. The book is enhanced throughout with spectacular shots of polar bears in the High Arctic and all over the globe - unlike some books of polar bears, which feature shots of semi-tame polar bears at Churchill, Manitoba.
Nikta Ovsyanikov, Voyageur Press Inc.: Nikita Ovsyanikov has survived mor than 500 face-to-face encounters with polar bears - and has never carried a gun. In this enchanting personal tale of adventure in the High Arctic, he chronicles his four years spent living among these massive white bears.
Ian Stirling: Dr. Ian Stirling, the best known polar bear scientist in the world, compresses the major new discoveries of the last 40 years of research on this iconic Arctic mammal into a major new, easily readable, and scientifically comprehensive book about the ecology and natural history of polar bears. In an accessible non-technical style, he explains how polar bears evolved, how researchers study them, aspects of their behavior, how they prey and live on various marine mammals for their very survival, how the seals and bears have evolved in response to each other, and how, specifically, they have come to threatened by climate warming. In a separate chapter, he explains why the polar bears in Hudson Bay have become so important to our understanding of the species, how Churchill became "The Polar Bear Capital of the World".
Robert Scriba: This is the story of the struggle for life of the salmon, the bears, the birds and the forest around Glendale Cove in Knight Inlet, B.C.
Else Poulsen: A zookeeper’s extraordinary relationship with the bears she has rehabilitated and her insights into their behavior and emotional lives.
Tom Sears: THE BEARS AND I, a new eBook by Tom Sears is available from Amazon.com and runs on the Amazon Kindle, other tablets, and both the Mac and PC computers. The price is just $2.99.
Sid Marty, Emblem Editions : In describing the true events surrounding a series of frightening bear attacks in l980, a bestselling nature/adventure author explores our relationship with the great grizzly.
Deborah Painchaud, Da Pa Publishing: De Pa Publishing's first title is a 28 page full color picture book. Easy reading or a read with; your child will love the adventures of the King Family as they go camping. Cheri and Michelle King meet up with the lost little cinnamon bear and the fun begins. He is a rascal and it takes the park ranger to sort it all out, but will the little lost cub find his mom...read to see what happens to "The Cinnamon Bear"
Jeff Fair; Photography and technical editing by Lynn Rogers: A natural history of the black bear, describing behaviour, biology and relationships with civilization. Fair presents the true story of this animal, one whose temperate habits and behaviour is known only to the handful of people who have lived with, and intimately know this amazing animal.
Terry D. DeBruyn: Walking with Bears is an endearing tale of interspecies friendship. Like Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and others who have shared the awesome experience of witnessing the lives of wild animals from within the fold, DeBruyn, with enormous patience and respect, succeeds in acclimating a North American black bear with cubs to his presence. Carmen, her daughter Netti, and later Nettie's daughter June are the ambassadors who grant us a glimpse into bear life. DeBruyn is their interpreter.
Molly Grooms, Lucia Guamotta (Illustrator): In this delightful story, two young bear cubs explore their big, new world with Mother Bear. She teaches them all about being bears, and she is very proud of them. They learn to be climbers and swimmers and diggers and sleepers.