For use in schools and libraries only. Explore the world of the Berenstain Bears with a visit to Bear Country. Join Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister, and Honey as they visit exhibits, investigate caves, and return to the coziest place in town -- their treehouse.
Follow Sister as she tries to figure out what she should bring for her class's show-and-tell in this classic new 8x8 adventure. Sister is having an especially tough time since show-and-tell is becoming more like show-off time. But with Brother's help
Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book® from Stan and Jan Berenstain. Join Papa, Mama, and Brother as they welcome Sister into the family and adjust to life with a new baby. This beloved story is a perfect way to help a child get ready for a new sibling. From the Trade Paperback edition.
In The Living Lights interactive book, You Can Draw The Berenstain Bears, children will find plenty of drawing, learning, and creating. This 64-page book includes a decorated metallic cover, full-color interior and step-by-step tips for readers to draw the Bear Country characters, Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister and Honey Bear in fun and interesting settings.
Papa Bear helps the Bear Scouts find someone to rescue—himself! To get their official rescue merit badges, Brother Bear, Sister Bear, and Cousin Fred need real-life experience saving other bears from harm. And Papa Bear knows the most about search-and-rescue—or at least that’s what he says. But when they get into the wilderness, they find that Papa is much better at getting himself into trouble than getting other bears out of it. Papa charges into bullpens, enrages swarms of bees, and gets himself so stuck in the muck that it takes three Bear Scouts to pull him out. And when he takes a tumble into Great Bear Gorge, the scouts are about to get some real-life rescuing experience. Will the bears be able to help Papa escape? This is a fixed-format ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book.
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Bear Country is stuck in a long, snowy winter—will Easter be called off? When Papa Bear goes off to cut wood in the forest, Brother Bear wishes he had other cubs to play with. Bill Bunny, Finerty Frog, and Fred Firefly are just fair-weather friends. To make matters worse, it doesn’t look like this gray and gloomy winter will ever end, especially when Boss Bunny—who’s in charge of Easter—suddenly quits his job. How will Papa get his jelly beans? What about rainbows and baby robins and the miracle of new life? Without Easter, how will Mama Bear unveil her big surprise? There must be a way to get the seasons to change again. Can Brother Bear help bring spring back to Bear Country?
Collects five stories in which the Berenstain Bears await the arrival of a new baby, leave the cubs with a babysitter for an evening, help Sister Bear overcome her fear of the dark, visit the doctor's office, and clean up the cubs' messy room.
Papa Bear is elected president of the town council and is amazed to discover that his constituents expect him to fulfill his campaign promises.
Papa Bear makes such a big kite for the kite flying contest that it carries him away and into a hang-gliding contest.
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.
Brother and Sister Bear help Papa Bear make a pizza. The reader can smell each ingredient by scratching the appropriate picture.
The Bear cubs are candy-crazy this Easter! But Missus Ursula and some Sunday school students tell the cubs about Jesus’s resurrection and show them that salvation is much sweeter than candy! Includes a sheet of colorful stickers!