Friends Bear and Hare play a game of hide and seek, counting from one to ten each round.
Friends Bear and Hare go out and play in the snow. Hare loves catching snow on his tongue, making snow angels, and building a snow hare, but Bear isn’t having as much fun. What will make Bear enjoy this winter wonderland?
Bear becomes frustrated during a fishing trip with his friend Hare, who organizes a picnic while Bear catches a hat, a roller skate, and everything except an actual fish.
Rosie can’t wait for her baby brother to be born. But when he does arrive, Bobby is the smallest, weakest little hare ever, and Rosie feels scared. She doesn’t want to have anything to do with him until the day Dad tells her a special story that helps her understand that Bobby is “slow and steady.” That night, she holds her baby brother for the first time and feels his heart beating against hers.
A hare killed by a car is found by two children who take it to school where they and their classmates write stories about it–giving it both a new life and a choice to make in the afterworld.
Harris, a very small hare with very big feet, has an elderly Grandad who teaches him the many uses of big, strong feet and other important life lessons.