Copycub loves to play games, especially hide-and-seek with his mother. The little bear hides in bushes, in dark corners of bear caves, and even in the sticks of a beaver dam. "Can't find me here," calls Copycub. "Oh, yes, I can," exclaims the mother bear. And she finds him every time. One afternoon, while the two bears are exploring in the woods, Copycub remembers a secret place for hiding and runs very deep into the forest. When he calls for his mother to find him, there is no reply. Copycub begins to realize that hiding from his mother isn't always so much fun. It is beginning to grow dark in the forest and there are many strange noises. Copycub is lost! Mother bear has always found her little bear in the past. Will she find him this time, too? Richard Edwards' simple, gentle text is heartwarming and inspiring. All the rich details of nature and the tender interaction between mother bear and cub are made real in Susan Winter's soft watercolor illustrations.