Mimi and Bear in the Snow

Picture Book: 2014 – FSG


Wherever Mimi goes, Bear is sure to be there—whether she is ice-skating, having fancy tea with the queen, or making a scary snow monster. But when Bear gets lost, poor Mimi is heartbroken. Luckily, the snow melts and Mimi and Bear are reunited.

The spare text and utterly adorable artwork will resonate with anyone who has ever lost a beloved toy.


Mimi and Bear Make a Friend

Picture Book: 2017 – FSG


Mimi is used to being the best mountain climber, the best treasure hunter, and the best trapeze artist in the park―that is, until a new kid turns up. What's worse is that he is better than her at all of these things. But when a need for a friend arises, Mimi learns that she is a really good one. Mimi and Bear Make a Friend brings a sweet, charming story to little ones learning what it means to be a friend.


Kirkus says:

"Warm and fuzzy and very reassuring."

Publisher's Weekly says:

"Trasler skillfully characterizes Mimi as understandably anxious but also resolutely independent, and the story’s wrap-up also underscores Mimi’s ability to solve problems on her own. The softly textured, substantial shapes of Trasler’s illustrations reinforce the subtle emotional narrative—just like Mimi, the pictures have a plainspoken eloquence and an intriguing dimensionality."

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