Review of Its A Bright World, by Elizabeth Foster, author of Esme’s Wish

“Mawson Bear brings back fond memories of those childhood days when Teddy was an indispensable source of comfort.

There are lots of warm fuzzies to look forward to in this heartwarming story, as Mawson Bear explores how to be the best bear he can for his owner. He worries when his special ‘Some One’ disappears and looks up the ‘McBearies Big Book of Words’ to help himself put words to his sorrow.

The story is full of lovely lines like “You can hear all those things they don’t know how to say” and “That squeezy bit in the middle of a hug? That’s home.” All kinds of teddy bears feature in the photos throughout the story. A Sweet addition to any Bear Collection”.

See this review and more about Elizabeth Foster’s writing on Goodreads.  Mawson’s Guardian reviewed Esme’s Wish here and loved it. You can find it here on Amazon.


Its A Bright World To Feel Lost In can be found at BookDepository and Amazon and among others. Or ask your friendly book shop to order it in for you. After all, bears love book shops. It’s a well known fact.

Grand day

You are in the web den of Mawson Bear, Ponderer of Baffling Things (between naps) and Writer-Bear of It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In.


Published by Baffled Bear Books

I am Mark, Guardian of Mawson Bear. Mawson sits on Bed-Top Hill. Between naps he ponders about Baffling Things. After deep ponders, most things remain for him as completly baffling as they were before. But they do seem friendlier, somehow. If you, too, are baffled by, well, Things, his little books of ponders could be just right for you.

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