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In this 112-page illustrated chapter book, the Bear Family is looking forward to a fun-filled vacation at the lighthouse on Rocky Point Island. But shortly after arriving, events of a strange and spooky nature begin to unfold Could there be ghosts lurking about the island? Brother and Sister Bear must find out who is behind all the pranks before their vacation comes to a close The Berenstain Bears Chapter Books are the perfect next step for increasingly independent young readers.
Milton Chubb is the new cub at Brother and Sister Bear's school, and the cubs think he is a perfect match for their classmate Bertha Broom. Milton and Bertha make a perfect pair until they become the target of Too-Tall's poking and pranks. Then, to make matters worse, the couple must compete against each other for a spot on the school's wrestling team! Can this big love survive against the odds?
The Berenstain Bear Cubs are especially lucky to have Grizzy Gran as their grandmother. Using her magic crystal ball, Grizzy Gran can predict the future! That is, until Ripoff Ralph sets his sights on stealing the magic crystal ball for his own schemes. Can the Bear Scouts put an end to Ralph's shenanigans and make sure the ball remains safe? The Berenstain Bears Chapter Books are the perfect next step for increasingly independent young readers.
Brother Bear falls in love with Bonnie Brown, but an ancient family feud resurfaces, and they're forbidden to see each other. Only when the cubs stage a production of Romeo and Juliet do the grownups of Bear Country learn to leave their prejudices behind.
After a series of crimes sweeps the Bear Country School, the cubs begin to jump to conclusions. With a gentle reminder from their teacher that no one is guilty until proven innocent, the cubs try to keep their minds open. That is, until the thief is discovered, and everyone is shocked. Who could it have been? The Berenstain Bears Chapter Books are the perfect next step for increasingly independent young readers.
The Berenstain Bears discover the true meaning of Christmas when they receive a surprise after they spend the entire day searching for the perfect Christmas tree. This wonderful book will delight parents and children alike.
When Papa brings home a computer, the whole family is excited. Soon Mama, Brother, Sister, and even Honey start spending all day every day staring at their own computers. It's up to Papa to get the family off the computer and back into the real world!
Illustrated in full color. Mama Bear is tired of hearing how many Bearbie dolls Lizzy Bruin has and how many Game Bear video games Cousin Freddy just got. During a thunderstorm, Mama gets her cubs to realize that love and a good home are much more valuable than material possessions.
Brother and Sister Bear know some things about money. They know that money can be used to buy things like baseball cards, ice cream, candy, and balloons. What they don't know is how to manage their allowances. Then Mama comes up with a terrific idea to help them learn the value of money and how to save it -- a checkbook! A series of tear-out checks is included in the book so that kids can use them at home just like the cubs do in Bear Country.
The bears in Bear Country grow concerned about how pollution and waste of natural resources are damaging the world around them, so they form The Earthsavers Club
The Berenstain Bears encounter the magic of EasterSpring is here, the trees are budding, and everywhere in the countryside, nature is coming back to life. In Bear Country, the most magical time of the year isn't Christmas or Halloween or Thanksgiving--it's Easter! But for Brother Bear and Sister Bear, the only good kind of Easter egg is the kind that's full of chocolate. This spellbinding Easter poem tells of the majesty of spring and the joys of rebirth, but doesn't overlook the pleasures of delicious Easter treats. And as flowers bloom and animals come out to play, Brother and Sister learn a valuable Easter lesson: how to avoid a stomachache!
Join the Berenstain Bear family at their family reunion.
The Bears are having a family reunion, and all their relatives are invited. The tree house is ready, the tables are set, and the fun is about to start. Beginning readers will feel like part of the family with this charming verse book from the much-loved Berenstains.
Valentines Day with the Bear family. After teasing Brother aboutr a crush, Sister finds someone unexpected has a crush of their own.
"The usually compatible Brother and Sister Bear are fighting--all day long! Mama Bear helps them realize that everyone argues once in a while, even with loved ones. "--The Reading Teacher.
When Brother and Sister Bear get parts in the school play, Brother easily learns his lines, while Sister Bear worries that she will not learn them in time. After Mama and Papa Bear help her practice, she still worries that she will forget her lines. Now, you guess who gets stage fright! A First Time Books. This book includes picture descriptions. Other books about the Berenstain Bears are available from Bookshare.
Just before a big road trip, there's one thing Sister Bear doesn't have to doBefore the Berenstain Bears pile into the car to visit Aunt Dorothy, there's one thing every bear needs to do: go to the bathroom. But when Mama Bear suggests a stop in the restroom to Sister Bear, Sister will only say: "I don't hafta." No matter what Mama suggests, Sister insists, "I don't hafta. I don't hafta. I don't hafta." As it gets closer and closer to the time to leave, will Mama Bear convince Sister that maybe she does hafta? Or will the family be making a pit stop before they're even on the road?
When the Berenstain Bears turn grouchy, the happy house goes to pieces Through thick and thin, the members of the Bear family treat each other kindly. They're polite, thoughtful, and never forget to share their honey. But when Mama, Papa, Sister, and Brother all wake up with a bad case of the grouchies, the day takes a different turn. The Bears snarl, shout, and hog the honey. They yell so loud, they wake up the night owl and the bats next door. Even Mama becomes a serious grump. Will the Bears remember to be kind before they go to sleep? Or will the whole day be ruined by the grouchies?
In a house full of noise, will Mama Bear ever find peace and quiet?The blocks go, "CRA-A-ASH!" The door goes, "SLAM!" The drums and the horn go "RUM-TUM-TUM!" And when Papa Bear has had enough, he yells, "QUIET!" Sometimes when they're playing, Brother and Sister Bear can get a little bit carried away. Everything they do--from listening to music to playing on the computer--has a volume knob, and each one is always turned up. Mama and Papa are tired of the noise, but how can they get the kids to quiet down when the sounds of toys, music, and games drown out everything they say?
When the lights go out, every Bear is afraid of something Even in the sunny land of Bear Country, spooky sights lurk in the shadows. Some bears are scared of bugs, some of mice, some of the eerie pictures that flicker on the late-night television movie. For Papa Bear, the scariest thing in the world comes in the mailbox: bills! But whenever Brother, Sister, Papa, or Mama gets scared, someone in the family is there to turn on the light switch and show that everything is all right. In this delightful Berenstain Bears poem, the Bears learn never to make fun of someone else's fears, because the next time the lights go off, you could be the scaredy-bear!
At the mall, Brother and Sister see something that makes them want to screamMama Bear agrees to let the kids come to the shopping mall with her, as long as they promise to behave themselves. There will be no yelling, jumping, or rolling on the floor--even if they go near the toy store. The little bears agree. They will not get the screaming screamies. The children are quiet at the yarn shop. They are sweet and polite at the hardware store. Even at Bed & Bath, they keep mum. But when Mama accidentally takes them past the toy store, the screaming screamies strike! However, Brother and Sister are about to learn something surprising: Mama Bears can scream too.
When Papa learns the cubs are going out for soccer, he's confounded. Whoever heard of a game where you can't even pick up the ball? Yes, Papa's an old-fashioned bat-and-ball-and-mitt sort of bear . . . until the cubs drag him kicking and screaming into the new generation and teach him the singular pleasures of that black-and-white ball. With their usual perceptive insights, the Berenstains also deal with issues like team--work, practice, and boys and girls playing together.
Brother and Sister Bear are such good baseball players that Papa Bear decides they should try out for the Bear Country Cub League. But will they make the team? This book contains picture descriptions. Other books about the Berenstain Bears are available from Bookshare.
When backyard sluggers Brother and Sister join the Bear Country Cub League, they get real uniforms and play on a baseball field. They also have pressure to win and competition from the other cubs. But it's Mama's advice that helps them prepare sensibly for team sports.
For use in schools and libraries only. With themes relevant to children and parents alike, these entertaining picture books follow Mama Bear, Papa Bear and their three children as they encounter everyday adventures.
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