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When Brother gets in trouble for not doing his homework, he learns that his father isn't perfect. Father and son learn a lesson together in this classic children's book.
Queenie McBear, the bossy new she-cub in town, tries to take over by putting other cubs down. But she's in for a lesson when Sister Bear decides not to give in to Queenie's peer pressure tactics.
Commotion begins when Brother Bear and Sister Bear can't seem to clean their extremely messy room without the aid of their Parent Bears.
Who stole a bone from the dinosaur skeleton at the museum? Beginning readers will want to read this detective story and solve the mystery of The Berenstain Bears and The Missing Dinosaur Bone. 'I can read it all by myself' is the Beginner Books motto, and behind it is an understanding of how important it is for children to take pride and pleasure in their early reading. Beginner Books have been designed to appeal directly to children through the use of humour, rhyme, and bright pictures that can be 'read' even by the non-reading child. Some Beginner Books are simple stories, others are hilarious nonsense: both types have been designed to give children confidence and make them want to go on reading. Ages 3+
Illus. in full color. Papa Bear's favorite blackberry honey disappears, and the Bear Detectives set out to find the culprit.
When Papa Bear takes Small Bear to help him chop down a tree to make a new bed Small Bear. Small Bear remembers there has been something different about Mama Bear. How will this change the Bear family? This book contains picture descriptions.
"Father's Day is nothing but a greeting card holiday," is what Papa says. If that's the way Papa feels, then his family just won't celebrate this year. But, as the big day rolls around, and there's no card, no gift, and no breakfast in bed, Papa's spirits sink lower and lower. That's when the cubs spring on him their wonderful Papa's Day surprise!From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Bear family might not win the blue ribbon for their entry in the pumpkin contest during the annual Bear Country Thanksgiving Festival, but they do gain a new appreciation of the true spirit of the holiday and all they have to be thankful for.
Sister Bear sure likes to celebrate holidays. With Thanksgiving, you get turkey and all the trimmings. Christmastime brings presents galore. And Valentine's Day--well, who wouldn't like to receive 23 valentines? Especially when some of them are sealed with a kiss! With visions of chocolate bunnies and jellybeans dancing in her head, it's no wonder why Sister can't wait for Easter and the Giant Beartown Easter Egg Hunt.Mama Bear worries though. Is the true meaning of Easter getting lost in the hunt? Or will the miracle of spring help Sister Bear find a whole new appreciation for the season? From the Trade Paperback edition.
When Mrs. Grizzle comes and Mama and Papa Bear go, what will happen to Brother and Sister? You'll have to read to know.
Sister Bear's first slumber party at Lizzy Bruin's gets out of hand with pillow fighting and soda squirting--and then Brother Bear and Cousin Freddy show up. Lizzy's parents have no choice but to end the party, and Brother and Sister receive a valuable lesson in behaving away from home.
Three terrified little bears explore the inside of a mysterious old tree and go into, up, through, over, down, and out.
While out of school for a few days with a cold, Brother Bear ignores his make-up work. And when he returns to class, he discovers the consequences of neglecting his responsibilities: he fails his division test. Grizzly Gramps helps Brother learn that it's never too late to correct a mistake.
Sister Bear is lonely until a new cub her age moves in down the street.
The new cub in the neighborhood, Lizzy Bruin, is the same age as Sister Bear--and she's also just as bossy. After a fight threatens their budding friendship, both cubs learn that you can't always have your own way if you want to have friends.
Illus. in full color. Brother and Sister Bear's parents always seem to be nagging them about something, so the cubs decide to show how their parents annoy them by creating a play entitled "The Trouble with Grownups." Then Mama and Papa put on their own role-reversal skit, and everyone winds up learning something about themselves. From the Trade Paperback edition.
From page one: "Grownups and cubs get quite a surprise when they see themselves through the others' eyes."
Brother and Sister Bear learn how important it is to tell the truth after they accidentally break Mama Bear's most favorite lamp.
Brother and Sister worry about spending a week at Gran and Gramp's house. By the end of the visit they've learned a lot from their lively grandparents--and the older bears have discovered how wonderful it is to be grandparents.
Is there such a thing as too much birthday? Poor Sister is overwhelmed by her big, noisy sixth-birthday party. Her sympathetic parents help her realize the true importance of having a birthday in this humorous exercise in moderation for cubs--and parents.
Sister and Brother Bear have activities every day after school, and Mama and Papa have their own interests, too. There isn't much time left over for homework, household chores, or just plain family fun. As the Bears' lives grow more hectic, pressure builds! Finally, the Bears take a realistic look at their responsibilities, talents, and the number of hours in the day and choose after-school activities with care.
Brother Bear likes to tease his sister, but when he's the one who is taunted at school, he understands why sister gets so mad.
Brother Bear is a master at teasing--until the tables are turned and he's the one being heckled for being the principal's pet. And when Brother finally understands that teasing isn't just mean, it's also dangerous, he actually decides to stick up for the new kid at school.
When Mama Bear decides her family spends too much time in front of the TV, she bans it for a week. Then the Bear family finds other ways to have fun and keep busy, so they watch less when TV is allowed again--and they don't even miss it.
The Bear family's getaway to the Great Grizzly Mountains is a disaster: the secluded cabin's roof leaks, the lake is just a muddy pond, and the mosquitoes are ravenous. But when the Bears return home and develop their snapshots, they laugh and laugh.
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