Bear was laying across his feet, contented after the wholesome meal Jacob had knocked up. He'd even managed to steal a few scraps from Jacob, too. He smiled up him, his tongue lolling out of his mouth as he panted. Bear yipped in agreement. Jacob laughed, his eyes flicking to the puppy briefly before roaming the room. He spotted Puffball hiding on top of one of the cupboards. She was staring fixedly at him with those piercing green eyes of hers.
Jacob always thought she looked like she was plotting something. Join in the fun. He strolled over to the cupboard and easily reached up, intending to lift Puffball down from her perch. She hissed at him, her forepaw swiping at him defensively.
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Bear watched in fascination as Jacob plopped the wriggling kitten onto the floor. Her hackles were up. Bear barked at her, which sent her scuttling for the dog basket and the refuge of Charlie's smelly old shirt. He bounded up and down, feeling braver with Jacob to back him up. Puff say hello to Bear. Puffball hissed while Bear growled. Jacob shook his head at them. Bear sniffed the little kitten warily. She mewled, striking out at him with her forepaw and hitting him on the nose.
He whined, gazing up at Jacob as if to say I told you so. You know she kinda reminds me of Leah Clearwater with that temper of hers. Maybe I should introduce them to one another. Bear whined again, begging to be rescued. Puffball had turned her back on them and began to do her daily washing ritual. Let the spoilt princess have some time to herself for now. We'll work out a way to for you two to get on. Just give me time. Edward dropped Bella home. She was barely speaking to him after their disagreement at lunch after he had none too subtly suggested that perhaps Bear needed some strict discipline after the bathroom and kitchen incidents.
That is all I'm trying to say. Bella glowered at him as she climbed out of the Volvo and slammed the door. Edward was not amused by her temperamental display.
He wasn't used to her being so moody and put it down to lack of sleep because of the infernal dog causing so much mess. He knew how house proud Bella could be. He followed her up the porch steps, expecting to come inside, but today she was having none of it. His nose wrinkled in disgust as he caught a faint whiff of Jacob Black's foul scent. The wolf boy had clearly been around again and he wasn't pleased.
As soon as she stepped inside something white launched itself in her direction. Bella was rocked backwards as Bear jumped into her arms in greeting, licking her face enthusiastically. He was covered in some sort of white powder. The dog has been at it again. You don't know what you'll come hom Her fluffy fur was covered in the same white powder, making her emerald eyes seem even more vibrant than normal. Her tail was raised high in the air as she padded over to Bella and proceeded to wind around her ankles.
He grinned at her, his tongue lolling out of the side of his mouth. He looked so cute and totally adorable that she couldn't help but smile at him. She tapped her foot impatiently waiting for him to leave. He leaned in to peck Bella on the cheek but Bear growled at him and he was forced to beat a retreat. Bella followed the trail of paw prints back into the kitchen.
Somehow she wasn't surprised to see human footprints in amongst them. Jacob Black was standing in front of the stove, looking sheepish. There were white flecks in his hair as well as on his face and body.
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Bella's eyes lingered on his abs and his taut stomach, blushing when she noticed that he had caught her staring. She coughed in embarrassment and looked at the flour covering the floor instead. Instead they had a tug of war with the bag of flour and well He was just too sweet. You can't cook for toffee and there is no way those two should be eating cupcakes.
Or were they really for you? But I thought it would be fun for them. They had a great time. Bear grinned while Puffball hissed at him. Bella giggled as tears pricked at her eyes. Then you can help me make the cakes.
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Eastern, geared toward pre-teens and teenagers, it debuted on August 15, The block featured mainly live-action series, although it featured animated series. Bill-like popsicle stick character. Nelvana — Nelvana Ltd. Smith after a Canadian comic book created by Adrian Dingle in the s. The companys production logo is a bear looking at the North Star. Corus Entertainment, a spin-off from Shaw Communications, has owned the company since September , most of its films, shows and specials are based on licensed properties, mainly childrens literature, but original programming is also part of its roster.
It ventured into the world of action from its establishment. As of , its library comprises more than 1, cumulative half-hours of original programming, the company has international offices in France, Ireland and Japan. Smith in Toronto, Ontario. Hirsh and Loubert, who had a passion for filmmaking, had founded a small company called Laff Arts in the late s. Smith, whose interest was in rock n roll music, had previously been among the crew for the Beatles animated series and their film, Yellow Submarine.
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Little Bear book — The first book in the series was published in , written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. Initially the stories were simple, but eventually became more sophisticated in subsequent books as the plot, the first four Little Bear books consist of four stories, each of which involves Little Bear and a slowly expanding cast of support characters, each named after their respective species.
The Little Bear character and his immediate family display many bear-like characteristics and mannerisms and they live in a culture and technology which seems to be the woodland equivalent of a Little House on the Prairie setting, but with richer items. Little Bear is depicted as friendly and adventurous with his animal friends and this series of books went on to spawn a TV series of the same name, including specials and a feature length direct-to-video release, the movie entitled The Little Bear Movie.
He became widely known for his book Where the Wild Things Are, born to Jewish-Polish parents, his childhood was affected by the death of many of his family members during the Holocaust. Sendak described his childhood as a terrible situation due to the death of members of his family during the Holocaust which exposed him at a young age to the concept of mortality. His love of books began when, as a child, he developed problems and was confined to his bed. He decided to become an illustrator after watching Walt Disneys film Fantasia at the age of twelve, one of his first professional commissions was to create window displays for the toy store FAO Schwarz.
His illustrations were first published in in a textbook titled Atomics for the Millions by Maxwell Leigh Eidinoff and he spent much of the s illustrating childrens books written by others before beginning to write his own stories. His older brother Jack Sendak also became an author of childrens books, Maurice was the youngest of three siblings.
It features Max, a boy who rages against his mother for being sent to bed without any supper, the books depictions of fanged monsters concerned some parents when it was first published, as his characters were somewhat grotesque in appearance. Before Where the Wild Things Are, Sendak was best known for illustrating Else Holmelund Minariks Little Bear series of books, Sendak later recounted the reaction of a fan, A little boy sent me a charming card with a little drawing on it.
I answer all my childrens letters — sometimes very hastily —, I sent him a card and I drew a picture of a Wild Thing on it. I wrote, Dear Jim, I loved your card, then I got a letter back from his mother and she said, Jim loved your card so much he ate it. That to me was one of the highest compliments Ive ever received and he didnt care that it was an original Maurice Sendak drawing or anything. He saw it, he loved it, he ate it, almost fifty years later, School Library Journal sponsored a survey of readers which identified Where the Wild Things Are as top picture book.
Another called it perfectly crafted, perfectly illustrated, simply the epitome of a picture book and noted that Sendak rises above the rest in part because he is subversive. Sendak was delighted and enthusiastic about the collaboration and he once wryly remarked that his parents were finally impressed by their youngest child when he collaborated with Singer.
When they learn that Cubs parents got lost, they search for them, Little Bear, Cub, and Duck get separated from Moose and the others. They soon encounter Cubs friends Poppy and Pete the two silly red foxes, when they get to the canyon, Trouble spies on them and tries to eat Duck, but Poppy and Pete save Duck. Unlike Little Bear, he walks mostly on all fours rather than upright and he can sometimes be a bit mean, but he becomes a good friend of Little Bear.
Cubs Father Cubs Mother The Little Bear Movie never had its launched soundtrack, the film contains two pieces of unknown music and the instrumental soundtrack of the series. By products of the deal are the series of films based on the Transformers toy line. In , Paramount launched a deal with fast food restaurant McDonalds to release several of its movies at participating restaurants, charlottes Web and The Addams Family were two of the films available.
This deal later expanded to some of Paramounts own post films. Also, as a result of deal, Lionsgate has released in triple features of their own library of films on DVD using the package design originated by Paramount. PHMD also distributes in Germany the DVD releases of films distributed theatrically by Prokino Filmverleih, as Paramount Home Video, the company once distributed several Miramax releases on video — the video rights to some of these films are still owned by Paramount. The deal came into effect as of January 1,, the deal began on July 1, in the United Kingdom. Paramount brands the majority of its HD content under the label Paramount High Definition which is both on the title box cover and as an in-movie opening.
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Being the seeker is a little bit hard for Duck so Little Bear assists her. He instead pretends to travel to the moon. Birthday Soup — It is Little Bear's 6th birthday, but he thinks his mother has forgotten. Little Bear's friends come over, while he makes his own birthday soup.
Gone Fishing — Little Bear goes fishing with Owl. Fishing is hard work for Little Bear that he falls asleep and dreams about big game fishing. Up All Night — Little Bear wants to stay up all night to see the sunrise. Mother Bear finally allows him, but he falls asleep and dreams about the sunrise. He imagines himself in the deep ocean meeting a mermaid while his father is fishing.
Little Bear invites his friends to see him coming and Father Bear has presents for everyone. It was never fixed. A Flu — Little Bear wakes up with flu and has to stay in bed all day. His friends to come and try to help him. The next morning Little Bear is all better so that he and Mother Bear can do some housework. Exploring — Little Bear, Duck and Cat explore the forest to find a landmark where the Bear parents went together. Along the way, they stumble into Skunk's den.
They soon get their big catch. Little Bear's Wish — Little Bear makes a wish from a star. He dreams of wonderful fantasies as he makes wish after wish. Then Mother Bear tells him a bedtime story. Little Bear's Shadow — Little Bear is bored today without any of his friends to play with. He amuses himself by playing with his own shadow. His friends also have presents to give to Mother Bear. To Grandmother's House — Little Bear visits his grandparents' house. Along the way he and his friends eat all the gifts that were meant for Grandmother. At first Grandfather feels energetic but after lunch he takes a rest.
When the robin grew up, Mother Bear set it free. Hiccups — Little Bear's friends come to play at his house, but the Bear parents want them to stay quiet. Little Bear then develops hiccups and his friends and Mother Bear try everything. Little Bear meets some beavers who take him to see Pudding Hill and join in the camping. Little Bear's Mermaid — Little Bear and his parents and friends go to the lake for a picnic. As Little Bear swims by himself, he spots and meets a mermaid.
They have a lot of fun making Flying Flapjacks. Maracas — While Little Bear and his parents remove some old stuff, they look at their memoirs especially a pair of maracas. Little Bear's friends misunderstand the origin of the maracas. Little Bear uses up most of the film, but Father Bear manages to take a picture of all the family and friends. Together they go through the forest and find Emily's parents at a camp-site.
Then Little Bear returns home. Then Emily, Little Bear and Owl come to lunch. Duck has brought her mischievous ducklings. Little Peep goes missing then rejoins the others. Little Bear's Band — Mother Bear is preparing for her parents' 50th marriage anniversary. The gramophone breaks, so Little Bear forms a band for the party. They have a great time swimming with the frogs and otters.
Little Bear and the Wind — Little Bear gets scared from loud creaking caused by strong wind. Mother Bear comforts him with a story about Father Bear and the Wind. Not Tired — Little Bear is so interested in his Goldbergian track that he tires himself out and after completing his invention, falls fast asleep. The items in the attic bring back the memories and Grandfather Bear considers keeping everything. They manage find its mother and put it back in the nest moments before it hatches. As the party starts, Mother and Father Bear join in. And sure enough it really does after the play.
With the new pen Emily gave him, he soon learns to write a letter to Emily. Fall Dream — Little Bear falls asleep after hard work and dreams he is with his friends playing in a pumpkin patch. Emily comes over for a weekend visit. Owl tries to prove Little Bear wrong. Doctor Little Bear — Little Bear plays being a doctor when Mother Bear catches a chill then takes over doing the laundry.
Little Bear's friends show concern for Mother Bear. Bigger Little Bear — Little Bear is excited becoming bigger as he grows up. Not satisfied with his growth rate, he dreams of being a giant bear, which has its disadvantages. Then he dreams a fantastic trip to the stars. Then his friends come to help and they end building a lemonade stand. Their journey ends at a pole in the ground. Little Bear then tries to find a suitable bed for No Feet. They spend much of the time singing. Emily's Balloon — Today is Hen's birthday. Emily is the only one who couldn't make it.
Little Bear tries to deliver an orange balloon to Emily. Cat's Short Cut — Little Bear and Owl try to take the shortcut Cat always takes, but they get lost and back where they started, so Cat shows them right path. By night time Little Bear sleeps with his parents to forget his troubles. They sail to the Lost Island, find the treasure then lose it.
Emily Returns — Emily and her Granny with their little dog Tutu come to their new house to settle in on their hot air balloon and meet Little Bear and his friends and family for the first time. Little Bear inspects his friends one by one until he finds that the pie was never stolen. Little Bear's Tooth — One of Little Bear's teeth becomes loose, so he tries some methods to get it out, but it comes out easily when he eats a cob of corn. But the cupcakes bake rock hard in the oven.
They hide them from Mother Bear, not knowing they forgot the baking powder. Both of them and Little Bear's friends begin to play a snowball fight until Mother Bear joins in. Winter Solstice — The Bear family celebrate the Winter Solstice and their friends grow acquainted to the traditions.
Snowbound — Little Bear and his parents visit Emily and Granny. Snow surrounds the house forcing the Bear family to stay the night. The next morning Moose clears a path. Little Bear then learns growing plants requires patience. Prince Little Bear — Emily takes the role of princess and Little Bear goes on an adventure to prove he's a prince on King Owl's behalf.
However, Tutu gets jealous of being left out of the picture. They take it turns to be leader until they tumble into the pond. Little Scarecrow Bear — When a wind blows down the garden scarecrow, Little Bear unsuccessfully tries to scare some crows himself.
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Eventually he befriends them. Little Bear names him Ick and plays with him. Rafting on the River — Emily and Little Bear are enjoying themselves on a raft. Then the raft drifts down the river. Little Bear's friends then challenge Emily and Little Bear to a race.
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While Little Bear flies his kite, he spots another kite which Emily is flying. Then they act out the story, and go back in time to meet Mother Bear. Auntie Hen — Little Bear brings Hen's nieces and nephews to visit her. They cause much mischief and mess around the house as they play. Play Ball — Little Bear is pretty touchy that Emily kept his favorite ball, but he and his friends begin a game of baseball. Both Little Bear and Emily make amends for being grumpy. Little Bear, Emily and their friends all hold a funeral, but Lucy seems fine enough.
Between Friends — Little Bear is in bed with Mumps. Emily visits and gives Little Bear a book she wrote about their past events. Soon Emily too gets mumps and Little Bear visits her. The Blueberry Picnic — Everyone comes to see the Blueberry play about "The Troll that lived under the bridge" before the Blueberry picnic takes place. No Feet joins in. On the top of the hill, Emily's hat blows away and No Feet begins the picnic by himself.
Little Bear's Walkabout — Little Bear goes on a walk through the forest to find a mysterious creature to draw. He finds a moth, a tortoise and a woodpecker. They spend a long time exchanging facts about land and sea. Owl's Dilemma — Tired of his noisy neighbours, Owl tries to find another place to sleep. Wherever he goes there's always noise. Owl solves this problem with a couple of cupcakes. School for Otters — Little Bear and Emily's idea for a school attracts the otters to be the students. The otters have more fun and play than learning, but then they form their own school.
Spring Cleaning — Today Little Bear and his parents do their routine spring cleaning.
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Father and Little Bear get carried away with having fun, so they try to surprise Mother with a picnic. Mitzi Arrives — A tomboy monkey named Mitzi is on safari and meets Little Bear and his friends and tries to fit in, joining in their skipping game. Granny's Old Flying Rug — Granny brings out her old rug. Upon saying the magic word, Little Bear flies with Emily and Tutu on the rug. The composition goes smoothly while Mother Bear waits for Little Bear come inside for bed. A House for Mitzi — Little Bear finds Mitzi sleeping on a tree, so he and his friends build a treehouse for her.
Mitzi still prefers to sleep on the tree branches.