Rebecca Writes – About books by one of the world’s few published Writer-Bears.

Rev Rebecca L. Holland is a disability advocate and author. To take a look at her blog about her work and interests, plonk a paw here. You can follow Rebecca here on Twitter. This is what she kindly said on Amazon and GoodReads about Mawson’s little books. Sweet and heartwarming. I’ve been in a readingContinue reading “Rebecca Writes – About books by one of the world’s few published Writer-Bears.”

Is Your Child-Within A Bit Neglected? A Picture Book for Weary Grownups

Hello fellow baffled ones, I was just sitting on my cushion pondering about Things. Oh, Look. It looks like a gift. Could it be for Me, Mawson? It is! It is a gift for me. And oh my goodness! It’s by me too! It’s A Bright World to Feel Lost In, by Me, Mawson isContinue reading “Is Your Child-Within A Bit Neglected? A Picture Book for Weary Grownups”

A Ponder About Life, by Mawson

Fellow Baffled Ones, Could life be .. .. just lots of interruptions … .. between snoozes .. .. in a garden? You have wandered into Mawson Bear’s web-den.  Between naps in gardens, Mawson ponders about Baffling Things. He is the Writer-Bear of It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In . “The book brings back suchContinue reading “A Ponder About Life, by Mawson”

Meet Mawson’s Cousin, Sir Peregrine Flaxton-Pauncefoot

Fellow Baffled Ones, Meet my esteemed cousin, Sir Peregrine Flaxton-Pauncefoot  (“Do call me Perry, old chaps”). These days Sir Peregrine, umm, Perry,  resides in Queensland, Australia, lolling among cushions, accepting cuddles, pondering about dapper bow ties, perusing literature and sampling certain particular types of grape juice. When Perry first arrived in this country, though, he hadContinue reading “Meet Mawson’s Cousin, Sir Peregrine Flaxton-Pauncefoot”

Readers Favourite 5 stars for: It’s a Bright World to Feel Lost In

Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite. It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In, by Mawson, is a book for children of all ages written by Mawson Bear, who is otherwise known as Mark O’Dwyer. A bear’s world is bright and shiny, and filled with infinite possibility, but sometimes waiting for that special someoneContinue reading “Readers Favourite 5 stars for: It’s a Bright World to Feel Lost In”

Mawson Bear presents: It’s a Bright World to Feel Lost In

  “Just pure magic”. Susan Hampson, Reviewer on Books from Dawn to Dusk. It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In … is the first book in a series by Mawson Bear.  In these, Mawson sits atop his cushion and ponders about baffling things. Friends approach him about their own dilemmas. They seek instant answers that willContinue reading “Mawson Bear presents: It’s a Bright World to Feel Lost In”

A Whimsical Gift Book for Frazzled Grownups

It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In, by Mawson, is a whimsical gift book for grownups feeling just a little weary about, well, Things and Stuff. It features teddy bears because these creatures all too often meet the fate of being lost. They can then only wait and hope to be found again. “(ThisContinue reading “A Whimsical Gift Book for Frazzled Grownups”

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’ disappearsContinue reading “Review of Its A Bright World, by Elizabeth Foster, author of Esme’s Wish”

Review by Jackie Law of: It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In

Originally posted on neverimitate:
Today I review a book that is a little different to my normal fare. Sent to me all the way from Australia, although available to buy in the UK, It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In is a 50 page picture book suitable for anyone who sometimes feels confused and…

BabyBear, Trixie and Snowflake

Fellow Baffled Ones, More and more bears and stuffies are having a quiet read (as quietly as anyone can imagine) of my little book for fellow bears and those who love them.  Because as everyone knows, Bears read books. And read them best with hugs. Meet Baby Bear who is getting to a sad part.Continue reading “BabyBear, Trixie and Snowflake”