THE STORY: Originally produced on Broadway, revived to sellout houses in 1996 starring Al Pacino, HUGHIE was one of O'Neill's last works. It was originally intended as part of a series of short plays, but it became the lone survivor when O'Neill de
The Adventures of Hughie and Bow is the third in a series of three books written by Boniface Idziak, a prospector in northern Ontario. Boniface is able to weave his love of nature and natural settings into this delightful book, suitable for all ages. Hughie and Bow have awakened from their winter hibernation and now must start their search for their missing friend, Ruefus. They get into all kinds of hilarious situations during their search. This will be the last summer Hughie and Bow will spend together. Next year Hughie will travel alone while Bow will have her own little cub to look after and teach the ways of the woods.
Hughie, Bow and Ruefus is the second in a series of three books written by Boniface Idziak, a prospector in northern Ontario. Boniface is able to weave a love of nature and natural settings into this delightful book, suitable for all ages. In this continuing story, Hughie and Bow awake from their long winter hibernation and soon find a friend in Ruefus, a ‘bush-wise’ bear that was orphaned as a young cub. The three bears spend the summer together getting into many funny and entertaining situations. When Ruefus suddenly disappears, Hughie and Bow are called upon to help find him. Enjoy Hughie’s antics in Hughie and Honey Bear and The Adventures of Hughie and Bow.
HUGHIE AND HONEY BEAR In this charming childrens story set in the wilds of Canada, a mother bear awakes after a long winters hibernation to find that she has given birth to two adorable bear cubs. The twins, Hughie and Honey, get into all kinds of hilarious situations as Mother Bear does her best to teach them everything they will need to know as adult bears. Boniface Idziaks bear cubs are delightful, lovable characters that children are sure to fall in love with. Careful not to let his readers forget that bears, though cute, are not like family pets, and can be quite dangerous, the author writes from the bears perspective in such a way that children can understand that wild animals do not mean to hurt anyone, they just see the human world in a different way than we do. Hughie and Honey Bear, in addition to providing the pure entertainment of a well-written childrens story, is important for its educational value. Mr. Idziak draws upon his own considerable knowledge of the Black Bear in its natural environment to create an informative, engaging book to be enjoyed by children of all ages.