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"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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Berenstain cubs enjoy day camp, although they are dubious about the end-of-season pow-wow and sleep-out at the top of Skull Rock. Contains image descriptions.
Sister Bear is worried about going to school until she meets her teachers and finds out how many fun things she will do in her classroom. When Brother Bear decides that school isn't so good, she encourages him, too. Includes picture descriptions. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
It's time for a routine check-up with Dr. Gert Grizzly. Sister Bear is brave about her booster shot, and Brother Bear is fine, but--achoo!--is that Papa Bear sneezing? A light-hearted approach to the subject with straightforward information.
After a scary bedtime story, Sister Bear is too frightened of the dark to shut her eyes. "Sound psychological advice and a night light help Sister conquer her fears. Children will empathize with Sister Bear in this well-written story. "--School Library Journal.
Learn about primary colors and how to mix and make other colors with the bear kids.
"It's lots of fun to play with me. I ask my dolls to come to tea."
When Mama concludes that there's too much "Me, me, me!" in Brother and Sister's behavior, she encourages them to help elderly Widow McGrizz deal with her full and messy attic. While the cubs are resistant at first, they soon find that there are rewards in giving a helping hand to those less fortunate.
When Mama Bear goes away to visit some relatives for a few days, Papa Bear tries to maintain order at home, with pancakes flying on to the ceiling and a few other small disasters.
The peace and calm of life in Bear Country is disrupted by the arrival of Bearie Bubbies. The cubs will do anything to get their hands on these adorable, collectible little toys. As the fad gathers momentum, the cubs--not to mention Mama and Papa--start to feel the strain as they resort to desperate measures trying to get their paws on as many Beary Bubbies they can. With their usual folk wisdom and keen insight, Stan and Jan have tackled a subject that's near and dear to today's kids and parents alike.
This is the story of the Bear family's move to their now-famous tree house in Bear Country. Would Brother Bear like it? Would he find new friends? He wasn't sure until he got there.
When the Bear family moves to a larger tree, will all the members of the family adjust to their new lives?
"This brightly illustrated story tells of a youngster's happy acceptance of a new addition to the family and how Mama and Papa Bear assist him with the adjustment."--Booklist.
When The Bear family sees new neighbors moving in Brother and sister want to make friends with the family. (Especially since they have cubs) Bud does everyone feel that way? This Book contains picture descriptions.
Sister Bear can run faster, climb higher, and hit a ball farther than the boys, and she gloats over it. So Brother Bear and his friends build a clubhouse for boys only, and Sister is hopping mad! She plans a honey of a revenge in this funny and thoughtful book.
The Berenstain bears act out three stories: The Little Red Hen, The Three Bears, and The Gingerbread Man. The easy-to-read text and brightly-colored illustrations make this a captivating book for the younger readers. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
The Bear family engage in competitive sports events while demonstrating to the reader the comparison of objects
It's report card day at Bear County School-a day Brother Bear has been dreading. He's received horrible marks in all of his classes, except gym. If only his grades were based on how many strike-outs he's pitched or soccer balls he's stopped and not on fractions and vocabulary.There's not a doubt in his mind that Papa will explode when he sees Brother's report card. The only question is: will he lower the boom on Brother's extracurricular activities too?
"Mother Bear, put your apron away. We are going to go on a picnic today!" The Berenstain Bear family decide to go for a picnic, and Dad knows the perfect spot, or does he? Beginner readers will identify with the little bears who follow Papa Bear from one hilarious disaster to another until they find the ideal picnic place at home!
According to Papa Bear, a bear must use his "smarts" to search for honey. When he brings Brother Bear along on a hunt for honey, it takes more than a few missteps to outsmart the Bears.
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