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Winter 1999 Issue
The Winter 1999-2000 Issue has a delightful and fanciful article titled, Winter Fantasia. Artist sprites, gnomes, elves, angels, fairies and brownies give a magical tone to this issue. The cover art is the work of Denis Shaw, the fantasia that exists under every leaf.
Convention and show reports include:
Artist profiles include: Belgian Helga Torfs, Hollander Tineke Oostveen, and Americans Darlene Malinowski and Sherri Creamer.
The first article in a new series makes its debut in this issue. One Hundred Years of Companionship, gives a look at the Teddy Bear over the last one hundred years. This first segment details the years 1902-1907.
Kimberlees Kreative Musings tells us how to use our imagination in creativity.
The Epicurean Teddy gives a great recipe for orange bread.
Lets Talk Teddy Bears, by Beverly Port, gives a glimpse at what is was like writing on Teddy Bears, in the 1970s.
The Bear Appreciation Price Guide covers, Clemens, American Bears, Gund, Peter Bear, and an old litho tin horn.
The Bear Sleuth discovers a bag of Steiff in a thrift store. He also answers letters from his readers, helping to identify and value their treasures.
The pattern is a charming little jointed Bear named, Tiff, created by Denis Shaw.
In Harrys Hero, Harry salutes Berenbos in Rhenen, Netherlands, where abused ex-circus Bears find refuge.
Johns Top Ten lists signs of internet addiction.
Generation X & ZZZZ are compared in an amusing cartoon by Denis Shaw.
The Roosevelt Page exhibits a Puck magazine cover from 1905, illustrating Teddy going way down south.
Another chapter of John Nichols Whats a Bear To Do? story in included this issue.
The Calendar of Events covers shows from the end of February, 2000 to May, 2000.
Alistair tells of his trip to San Diego, Ebay and the excessive decoration of the Christmas tree.
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