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This book provides an historical archaeology of death, burial and bereavement from the Reformation to the present.
A CRIME UNSPEAKABLEAustralia, 1919. Quinn Walker returns from the Great War to the New South Wales town of Flint: the birthplace he fled ten years earlier when he was accused of a heinous act.A LIE UNFORGIVABLEAware of the townsmen's vow to hang him, Quinn takes to the surrounding hills. Here, deciding upon his plan of action, and questioning just what he has returned for, he meets Sadie Fox.A BOND UNBREAKABLEThis mysterious girl seems to know, and share, his darkest fear. And, as their bond greatens, Quinn learns what he must do to lay the ghosts of his past, and Sadie's present, to rest.
Sister Bear is upset by all the attention her new baby sister is receiving. This book contains picture descriptions. Other books about The Berenstain Bears are available from Bookshare.
When Mama turns her quilt-making hobby into a business, the Bear family worries that she won't have time for them. But as everyone pitches in to help her, they realize that things aren't so different after all--and they're prouder of Mama than ever!
Bear Country School goes zero-tolerant on toy guns When Bear Country School becomes a place filled with the constant rat-a-tat-tat of violent video games, the nerd Ferdy and the jock Too-Tall are forced to team up for a school project on inventions--one that includes guns. It's up to the teachers and students to make things more peaceful--especially when Too-Tall brings a realistic water gun to school as a prank. Bear Country School will learn an important lesson about dealing with weapons and violent play.
After watching a scary movie, both Brother and Sister Bear are troubled by nightmares until Mama and Papa explain what causes bad dreams.
Sister Bear enjoys biting her nails and we all know that biting nails is a bad habit. All of the Berenstain Bear family teams up to help Sister Bear kick her habit and keep those nails intact.
Jealousy shakes up Bear Country School A new student at Bear Country School catches Brother Bear's eye--and all of his attention! But there's something strange about the way the very attractive Bermuda is pursuing him. Bonnie Bear and the Bear Detectives set out to get to the bottom of this mysterious romance. . . and they learn how to deal with jealousy and anger.
Sister Bear is over at Lizzy Bruin's house watching Trouble at Big Bear High--a big-cubs' video that they probably shouldn't even be looking at--in which two teen bears are having an argument. When one of them gets really really angry, he says a certain word. It's a word Sister has never heard before. At dinner that night Sister tries out this brand-new, stronger-sounding word. When Mama Bear recovers her senses, she has to explain to Sister all about a certain kind of word. It's the kind of word that nobody, not even adults and certainly not cubs, should use at any time, no matter how upset or angry they are.
When Sister Bear asks her mother about God, Mama tries to explain. They go to services at the chapel in the woods and other bears thank God for different things.
The kite contest is today, but the bears have no kite. Read along as they make the kite, take it to the contest, and discover just how well their homemade kite will fare against the other more fancy varieties.
"Over, under, around and through went Orange, Yellow, Green and Blue", but Brother Bear in his little red car slowly but surely wins out in this tortoise-and-hare story. Full-color illustrations. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
When Brother Bear gets a brand-new bike, he's all set to ride it-that is, after Papa Bear shows him the rules of the road.
Who's to blame? That's what everyone always wants to know. But the kernel of wisdom at the heart of this latest First Time Book is who really cares? Because -- let's face it -- there's always enough blame to go around. What matters is how we work together to fix the problem.
Brother Bear's interest in dinosaurs swells to the point where he is driving his whole family crazy. There are clay dinosaurs in the fridge, dinos in Papa's chair, so many dinos in the bedroom that there isn't much room for the cubs. But what can the family do? Other books by these authors are available in this library.
Brother Bear and Farmer Ben enjoy a watermelon together and teach Too-Tall Grizzly and his gang that stealing is not a good idea. Includes picture descriptions. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
New rules collide with Bear Country School's latest spring fashions When Principal Honeycomb goes on vacation and puts Mr. Grizzmeyer in charge, the students at Bear Country School are nervous. The vice principal is strict and very serious about changing the school's dress code. When cubs of every social group start wearing super hip clothes as a way of speaking out against the new rules, the campus becomes a fashion battlefield.
When the Beavers move in next door, the Berenstain Bears learn a lesson about hard workPapa Bear, Brother Bear, and Sister Bear are relaxing on their front lawn, lazing the day away, when they notice that their neighbors, the Skunks, are moving away. Who will take the Skunks' place? Real estate agent Miz Muskrat shows the house to a gang of rabbits and a prickly bunch of porcupines, but finally sells it to a family of very eager beavers. While the Bears waste away the day playing checkers and paddleball, the Beavers get to work. By the time they're finished fixing up the old house, both families will have learned to find a balance between being as busy as a beaver or as lazy as a bear.
As far as Sister Bear is concerned, there's a whole lot to like about school--her classmates, her teacher, and even the schoolwork. If it weren't for gym class, things would be perfect. All those jumping jacks and deep knee bends make Sister hot, sweaty, and sore. But when a slight twist of fate gives her the chance to sit on the sidelines, will Sister stretch the truth instead of her arms?
Can girls play football? Bertha Broom wants to join the football team but is turned down by coach Grizzmeyer because she's a girl. The students at Bear Country School start to question how girls and boys are treated differently. Soon, everyone is up in arms about Bertha's "football fate." Then Queenie McBear and Sister Bear decide to take a serious stand and get the town involved in equality for everyone!
Brother Bear learns about fear and getting back in the saddle when a ghost haunts the horse riding academy.
The Bear Detectives get to the bottom of a spooky car heist Beartown is all revved up for the Classic Car Show. But 8 cars mysteriously disappear from the athletic field, including Papa Bear's precious Red Roadster! The same night the cars vanish, Two-Ton Grizzly sees a ghost in his auto graveyard. It's up to the Bear Detectives to put together the clues and discover who--whether ghost or bear--is behind the heist!
Papa Bear's attempt to scare a band of young campers by telling them about ghosts in the woods comes to an unexpected conclusion with a double ghost lesson.
Brother and Sister bear are in for a thrilling surprise when they discover their Gran has a long lost and hidden secret perfect for a school talent show.
Brother, Sister and Cousin Bear all want to get their scouting Good Deed merit badges.Follow them and Papa Bear through their community.