A toddler bear and his animal friends explore the world, get into mischief, try new things, solve their problems and celebrate their differences, all under the watchful eye of mother bear. Based on the "Little Bear" books written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. A toddler bear and his animal friends explore the world, get into mischief, try new things, solve their problems and celebrate their differences, all under the watchful eye of mother bear. Based on the "Little Bear" books written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak.
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Little Goblin Bear
October 28, 2001
Emily makes a goblin costume for Little Bear. When a real goblin takes Lucy away, it's up to "Little Goblin Bear" to get Lucy back.
October 30, 1999
It's Goblin Night and Little Bear and his friends are dressed up in their scariest costumes. On their way to the big bonfire they practise scaring each other - and do a very good job!
October 23, 1999
Little Bear dances under a harvest moon with a scarecrow, a family of pumpkins and a set of garden tools. Then Little Bear and a scarecrow get launched to the moon!
May 7, 1999
Rabbit is afraid to give him mom a Mother's Day gift because he broke her teapot. So Little Bear disguises himself as a rabbit to deliver a Mother's Day present to Rabbit's Mom. Then he goes home to deliver his own Mother's Day present to Mother Bear.
The April Fools
April 1, 1999
Little Bear finds out it's not so easy to play an April Fool's trick on Mother and Father Bear!
A Kiss for Little Bear 3: The Wedding
March 4, 1999
Before the Skunks' wedding, a nervous Miss Skunk accidentally sprays Little Bear when he surprises her. But disaster is averted and the wedding goes off beautifully.
A Kiss for Little Bear 2: The Kiss
March 3, 1999
The kiss meant for Little Bear from Mother Bear gets passed on from Mr.Skunk to Little Bear's friends in a frantic game of "kissing tag." Until it reaches Miss Skunk, who gives the kiss back to Mr. Skunk. True love is born.
A Kiss for Little Bear 1: The Picture
March 2, 1999
Mr. Skunk is sad: he thinks that no one will ever want to kiss him because he's a skunk. Little Bear remedies this by getting Mr. Skunk to take a picture he painted to Mother Bear for him. She, in turn, gives Mr. Skunk a kiss to take back to Little Bear.
Finding Fisherman Bear
March 1, 1999
Little Bear is missing his doll, Fisherman Bear, and Mother Bear suspects that it is somewhere in Little Bear's very messy room.
The Hat Parade
February 26, 1999
Little Bear finds some old hats in a closet and he and his friends decide to have a hat parade. Everyone picks out their favourite hat and the parade goes very well until the wind starts to blow!
The Sea Monster
February 25, 1999
As Little Bear and Owl are fishing, they accidentally catch a huge sea monster who drags them out to sea. Fortunately, Little Bear's friend Mermaid helps them unhook the sea monster and gets them back to the dock just in time for lunch.
Picnic on the Moon
February 24, 1999
Wearing improvised space helmets, Little Bear and his friends make a trip to the moon, and Mother Bear joins them for a special moon picnic.
Rainy Day Friends
February 23, 1999
Using Grandfather Bear's toy train, Little Bear's imagination takes him on a fanciful railroad adventure.
February 22, 1999
Little Bear and his friends meet Marshmallow the baby skunk after tracking her footprints through the snow. Marshmallow reminds them of the simple joys of being a baby.
Little White Skunk
February 19, 1999
Little Bear and Owl find Marshmallow, a white baby skunk who is lost. The pair become her adoptive parents until she's returned to her family.
February 18, 1999
Inspired by Mitzi's puppet monster, Little Bear, Mitzi and Cat pretend to be monsters and prepare a soup with Duck as the main ingredient.
February 17, 1999
In a thunderstorm, Little Bear imagines there's a Thunder Monster in the sky. He decides that he and his parents must make enough noise to wake up the moon in order to make the Thunder Monster go away.
Meets Blue Feather
February 16, 1999
While picking blueberries for Mother Bear's pie, Little Bear meets Blue Feather, a baby Black bear. When Big Bear, Blue Feather's older brother shows up, the three play a spirited game of hide and seek.
February 15, 1999
Little Bear and his friends Duck, Cat Mitzi and No Feet play I Spy in the garden one evening. They discover that in the dark, mushrooms look like small umbrellas, stones look like goblins and vines look a lot like monstrous spider legs.
February 12, 1999
Little Bear tries to find the secret admirer who sent him an anonymous valentine.
Thinking of Mother Bear
February 11, 1999
With Father Bear in tow, Little Bear sketches items of nature that remind him of Mother Bear, like beautiful flowers, warm sunshine (and chocolate cake).
Invisible Little Bear
February 10, 1999
When Little Bear ruins a game of hide and seek by pretending he's invisible, his friends give him a taste of his own medicine by becoming invisible too.
February 9, 1999
Little Bear takes home a wounded baby deer. But it breaks and eats things in the house because it's used to living wild in the woods.
And the Ice Boat
February 8, 1999
Little Bear helps Grandfather Bear celebrate his birthday by building an ice boat. They ride the boat across a frozen lake and Grandfather Bear thanks Little Bear for his best birthday ever.
Mother Bear's Button
February 5, 1999
Little Bear and Duck use a magnifying glass to find a button that fell off of Mother Bear's coat. They follow different insects around, who try to carry the button away. Then they discover a beetle using is as an umbrella!
February 4, 1999
Little Bear's friends are envious when they see him blowing big, pink, bubble gum bubbles.
February 3, 1999
Father Bear is away, so Little Bear surprises Mother Bear by dressing up and dancing with her to celebrate her wedding anniversary. But the real surprise is still to come!
February 2, 1999
Little Bear has built a marvellous sand castle. He is King and Duck is Queen. The threat of invaders brings the Otters to the rescue. The game isn't over until a wizard is found, a spell is cast, a sleeping beauty is awakened and most fun of all - the castle is knocked down!
February 1, 1999
Little Bear had his first sleepover and his friends want to play more and more games. Father Bear coaxes them in to bed with an active rendition of Goldilocks and the three bears.
January 29, 1999
When Mother Bear's garden is infested with caterpillars, Little Bear, Duck and No Feet devise a way to lure them out of the garden. The next day they get a big surprise!
January 28, 1999
On a rainy day Little Bear, Owl and Mitzi play indoors. Things get out of control and soon the house is a big mess! Can they clean it all up before Mother Bear comes home?
January 27, 1999
Little Bear has seen all the signs that it's about to snow, and he can hardly wait. As the first snow falls he has a wonderful dream about snow angels come to life, snowball-flinging squirrels, and a big snow bear!
Family Bath Time
January 26, 1999
Father Bear's bathtime is interrupted when Little Bear jumps in with all of his toys. When Father Bear pulls Mother Bear into the tub, the fun just gets better.
The Puddle Jumper
January 25, 1999
Little Bear and Duck jump through puddles after a rain storm, but they discover that they don't jump the same way.
Frog in My Throat
January 22, 1999
Little Bear and his friends get frogs in their throat while out playing at Pudding Hill. Mother Bear cures them in no time with cups of warm lemonade and honey.
I'll Be You, You Be Me
January 21, 1999
Little Bear and Duck decide to trade places for a day - Little Bear paddles around the pond while Duck goes to Little Bear's house. In the end Little Bear decides to be himself again so that he can have his Mother Bear back!
Father Bear's Little Helper
January 20, 1999
Little Bear gladly helps Father Bear finish chores around the house. They happily water the lawn and garden before Father Bear takes Little Bear out for a great afternoon of fishing.
January 19, 1999
Little Bear and his friends discover that Hen wants to be an opera singer despite her terrible voice. Little Bear sets up a practice concert to help boost her confidence.
January 18, 1999
Little Bear is disappointed when he catches a cold and has to stay in bed. Father Bear cheers him up with a poem that leads them on an imaginary journey through magnificent mountains and valleys, all the while on Little Bear's Bed.