The plan works, and although Sister has to give back a few pennies, she still gets ten fine fingernails and 93 pennies in ten days, breaking her nail-biting habit for good. On the day of the tournament, many cubs participate, even some boys like Brother and Cousin Freddy. Queenie turns out to be a disaster at jump rope, especially since she made the mistake of wearing dangly clothings and hoop earrings. Sister wins the tournament and is cheered by all, and Queenie admits she has learned a lesson in what it is like to be humiliated, and pledges to turn over a new leaf.
Mama is feeling annoyed because Brother and Sister keep playing the blame game with each other after every mistake and accident. When the cubs break the vase, and Mama rushes into the room, they blame each other for breaking the vase by protesting about how the vase broke and why they tried to tease each other causing to break the vase. Just as Mama is about to lose her temper, Papa comes in and tells the cubs to instead solve the problem by cleaning up the mess. They do so, but when Brother and Sister break the bay window with a baseball and begin the blame game again, Papa loses it as well until Mama helps them fix the problem.
One day, Mama gets an idea from a magazine to turn their attic into a lovely family room. The family goes up to the attic and plan to turn the junk into cash and hold a big yard sale the next day. Eventually they have nothing to offer at the yard sale when they refuse to sell the treasures, so they cancel the yard sale and are able to clean up the attic enough to turn it into a family room.
When Brother becomes ill, Dr. Grizzly recommends Brother to stay home until he feels better. Brother is annoyed and overwhelmed with his homework and his place on the soccer team being disrupted by being bedridden, but Mama pampers him and gives him entertaining things to pass the time. Brother enjoys these so much that he neglects the folders of makeup work Sister brings home for him. By the time he recovers, Brother returns to a bumpy start; he has faltered to a second-stringer on the soccer team as Freddy has been promoted to the first string, and he is forced to take a math test.
Even in an unprepared state, Brother might have squeaked by on the test because he was good with division, but his mind was so distracted by faltering in position on the soccer team, causing him to fail and his test to be returned with all the answers incorrect and a remark saying "Very Poor!
Must be Signed by Parents". The next day, Brother becomes truant by intentionally missing the bus, turning his test into a paper airplane in an outrage of it both figuratively and literally, then walking down a dirt road ranting to himself how everything has gone wrong for him in soccer or academics. He takes Brother to a swamp with an old rusted carriage submerged in the peat, and tells that many years ago he was driving the carriage through a series of wrong turns until finally, in a rage, he drove it right into the swamp.
After the paper airplane is found, Gramps takes Brother home, to which Mama and Papa are not pleased to hear Brother was truant. But when Gramps shows he has taught Brother right, Papa signs the test and Mama returns Brother to school, commenting, "it is never too late to correct a mistake". At soccer, the coach gives Brother his old position back as Freddy is not ready for the first string, but has been making progress.
Rather than gloat, Brother comments to the coach "it is never too late to correct a mistake" and commends Freddy for sharpening his athletic ability.
Rather than getting even, Brother helps Sister in the art of self-defense and helps her vent her frustrations by creating a bean bag with a picture of Tuffy on front of it that she can punch.
As the days go by she becomes more proficient at self-defense until the day comes when Tuffy is throwing rocks at a baby bird during recess. When Sister stands up for the bird, Tuffy tries but fails to hit Sister and instead gets punched by Sister, ending in a bloody nose. Witnessing this, the teacher takes both cubs inside. Sister is given a warning but avoids further punishment because teachers saw that she was just trying to protect the bird.
Tuffy is sentenced to a week of detention during recess as punishment for her poor behavior and has to visit the school psychologist twice a week. One day, Lizzy Bruin invites Sister to play with her, which she happily accepts, and they start by playing house with their dolls.
The video was about teenagers in high school, who often got angry and upset with each other, and often teased one another. Whenever the teenagers in the video got angry or upset, they often used adult words that Sister had never heard. Sister assumes that the words are like "phooey" or "fudge", but more mature.
After a few more hours with Lizzy, Sister goes home for dinner. At dinner, Sister tells her family about the video. Brother who had also seen the video with Barry questions whether or not Sister was old enough to be watching the video.
Offended, Sister says that she liked the video a lot, but, accidentally knocks over her glass of milk. Intending to say "Oh, phooey! Everyone at the table is shocked, and Sister tells Mama all about the adult words. Mama tells Sister that the words she heard from the video are not nice words, and should never be used by any cub, regardless of how angry or upset they are. When Sister asks whether grown-ups use those words, Mama sternly turns her attention to Papa.
Papa starts to tell Sister about situations when grown-ups do use bad words E. G hitting their thumb with a hammer, or when wrong moves occur in sports , only to be cut off by Mama. Mama sighs, and answers that it just becomes a habit. At the mall, some bears go up and down on the escalators. But they go too far when they go up the down escalator, and some go down the up escalator. The mall owner calls the police and the kids get back to their school. At a hat store, Momma discards her old hat and shops for a new one.
She finds a reason to reject each hat that is brought to her, until she happens upon her old hat, declares it perfect, and leaves the store with it. During her first day at the school, she ends up befriending Brother, who has developed a crush on her and vice versa. Meanwhile, a school rendition of Romeo and Juliet helps both clans realize what could happen if they continue to feud with one another. In the end, Brother and Bonnie are able to continue with their friendship.
Instead of buying one from Grizzly Gus, they go out into the forest, despite the cold and snow, and find various trees that appear to be homes to all kinds of animals. When they come upon their last tree, Papa looks into a tiny window of the trunk and sees a family of snowbirds spending Christmas together and realizes that Christmas is the time to be thinking of family and friends.
They head back to the Christmas tree lot, only to find that Gus has sold every last tree. They are disappointed until they see their own tree decorated with help from the animals who returned the kindess to them. Professor Actual Factual sends his nephew to school, Ferdinand "Ferdy" Factual, who is very smart but socially awkward.
Queenie approaches Ferdy, who teaches her how to play chess. After school, Brother invites Ferdy to come to his place to play video games, but Ferdy declines the offer, as he agreed to meet Queenie to help her with schoolwork. The next day, when Ferdy plays chess by himself again, he sees Brother playing with the ball. He asks him to pass the ball, but Brother refuses as he looks like he is pretending he does not want it. Eventually Brother throws the ball, but Ferdy is talking to Queenie and does not see the ball coming, so hits him on the stomach.
Queenie laughs and Ferdy runs away. Brother chases after him and tells Ferdy that he was showing off and apologizes.
Brother also admits that he is concerned about an upcoming football game against a tough team, so Ferdy offers to help out by using his chess skills to look at play patterns. The school cheers Brother and the players, and the coach says Ferdy is the best team manager he has ever had. At the Bear Country School, the cubs help Mr. Bob set up a TV station. The cubs become very involved and forget their schoolwork.
When the cubs of the Journalism Club find that Miss Glitch runs the school newspaper with an iron fist, they create an underground newspaper in protest. However, things quickly get out of hand when their first story allowing students to grade teachers leads to a lot of hate comments, and things get worse when Queenie prints a libelous story about Teacher Bob.
Brother and his friends are going camping by themselves, but Papa decides to come along bragging that he knows better than the guide book. Trouble occurs when Papa tries to prove himself smarter than the guide book; he makes a spaghetti knot to swing across a collapsed bridge, but it unties and Papa almost falls down a gorge and the cubs are forced to rescue him; When they come to a fork on the trail, the guide book says to go the long way, but Papa goes the short way and when he refuses to obey the guide book map, he finds a group of crocodiles on the short way and is forced to go up the long way; when the cubs are forced to go down a river, they build a canoe to travel down with, but Papa grows impatient and tries to use a log to go down the river and gets trapped into a whirlpool and the cubs are forced to rescue him again; Papa tries to make stew for dinner, but the cubs go fishing and Papa finds that his stew tastes horrible and he dumps it down a cliff; he then tries to sleep in a cave that night rather than tents, but is chased away by a group of bats and he injures himself as he falls down the cliff.
The cubs bandage him and take him home to a displeased Mama. Brother keeps putting along while the other racers, identified by other colors speed off.
One racer known as Blue hits a tree speeding through a hairpin turn while Brother rounds the curve carefully. Another one, known as Green who is "quite mean" uses tacks to flatten the tires of Orange and Yellow while he is unconcerned about Little Red.
An overconfident Green stops at a fast food joint, but "it turns out the food was not fast enough" as Brother comes along to get the checkered flag. The Bear family proudly celebrates Brother with his gold cup as the final line is what was recited for much of the story: When Mama and the cubs are at the store, Brother buys a toy airplane and Sister buys a teddy bear, but when Brother wants a toy truck too, Mama buys a piggy bank for the cubs, saying it will teach them to save wisely.
Brother and Sister earn lots of money by doing chores, but Mama is shocked to find the piggy bank broken one day. She thinks the cubs will spend the money on such purchases as candy , comic books and rides at the Fun Park. When Sister sees a teddy bear at the mall, she loves it and wants it.
That night, Mama teaches Sister the rhyme of the wishing star. Sister wishes for the teddy bear. When the wish comes true, she wishes for an "A" on her work at school. When that wish comes true, she sees a pony on TV. Papa and the Bear Scouts Brother, Sister, Lizzy, and Cousin Freddy explore a cave, but, when they take many wrong curves, they get lost. Before long, they find a river that they think is another branch that could lead out of the cave.
They go down the river and see a mini waterfall. When they go down it, Sister says the waterfall was a scary water ride at "Fun Park". The cubs want to do it again, but Papa says "NO! The cubs get nervous because Mama and Papa tell them that they are most likely going to get booster shots of medicine.
After several tests by Dr. Grizzly, she helps them conquer their fears of booster shots; and learns that Papa is overweight, prescribing a diet for him until he gets into shape.
Told with words and pictures in the beloved Berenstain style, this padded board book is based on the bestselling the Berenstain Bears Storybook Bible and features eight stories from the Old and New Testaments. Perfect for little ones just learning about the Bible. The Berenstain Bear series helps children learn how God wants them to live every day. When the Bear family practices going to church, praying, and being kind, plus remembering how much God loves them, their lives are much more joyful.
In God Loves You! This book helps children appreciate the many ways God shows his love to them. Should Sister Bear ignore the new girl at school just because her friends do? The Berenstain Bears and the Golden Rule shows children how choosing to be kind may not always be the easy choice.
But it is always the right one. Coach Papa Bear wants his team to play fair. But the other coach just wants to win. The Berenstain cubs act out the first Thanksgiving—complete with costumes, props and a full Thanksgiving feast. Finding the perfect Christmas tree is very important for Papa Bear and the cubs.
But while hunting for that one special tree, the family meets up with other animals that live in them. Papa, Brother, and Sister realize that the trees are perfect homes for the animals and show kindness and love for their fellow Bear Country friends by not cutting them down. The animals from the forest work together to thank the Bear Family in a wonderful and unique way.
And worlds of wonder all around! Mama Bear pulls the plug on TV and the Bear cubs are upset! What are they going to do now? All it takes is a peek outside for Brother and Sister to see that God has given them a beautiful world that is far more fun than the TV screen. They are quickly distracted so Papa Bear steps in to teach them what the Bible has to say about finishing the job and doing their best.
But during the Christmas Eve pageant, something special happens! The Bear cubs learn a very valuable lesson about the joy of giving to others. Can Sister Bear help him see that forgiving his friend is the right thing to do? With 18 full-color pages of the popular Berenstain Bears illustrations with related biblical virtues, it is just right for beginning readers to embark on their first exploration of the Bible with friendly faces guiding the way. The biblical values, morals, and life lessons are invaluable for children throughout every stage of their lives.
In The Berenstain Bears and the Gossip Gang, talking about others makes Sister feel like she is special, even if what is said might not be true. But when rumors are spread about her, Sister begins to understand just how hurtful gossip can be. Join the Berenstain Bear family and discover all that goes on in both the Chapel in the Woods and Sunday school with this fun and interactive lift-the-flap.
But will Scoutmaster Papa follow the rules the way he should? Based on the Good Samaritan , it says everyone in Bear Country takes pride in their personal appearance and their houses, from the simple farmhouse of Farmer Ben to the stately manor of Squire Grizzly.
However, there is one place in Bear Country that is an eyesore, a rundown shanty owned by the Bogg Brothers, who are also uncouth and spit tobacco on the road in public.
All of their friends pass by, but apologize for being unable to help, citing their responsibilities at the fair. Zeke deduces the problem was a ruptured air hose and even replaces the damaged part on the house. The Bears learn a lesson that being a good neighbor is more than appearances when the Bogg brothers are glad to help, confident the Bears would have done the same for them in a reversed scenario. The Boggs then perform hoedown music in the fair for everyone, but the Bears feel they owe the Boggs for their aid, so they invite them to dinner the following week.
Papa, Brother, and Sister Bear search for the perfect fish for dinner. Same way it is with faith. But will their hard work pay off at the end of summer? Brother and Sister have gotten into the habit of sometimes treating their Mama and Papa with less than the respect they deserve. Mama and Papa occasionally forget their manners towards their parents as well!
When Gramps and Gran notice the change in the Bear Family attitude, they call them on it and point out that everyone deserves a little respect. Cousin Fred and Lizzy are curious. What could their friends be up to? How will Scoutmaster Papa Bear help the cubs?
Winter, spring, summer, fall, Brother and Sister Bear love them all! Read all about the seasons in Bear Country! An owl in the tree, an alligator in the swamp … who else will you meet? Join the Bear family on a nature walk through Bear Country! But a much more important value gets emphasized one Easter morning when Papa read them the Easter story featuring people not bears.
A storm hits Bear Country, and Bear Country might flood! The Bear Family seems to be outgrowing the tree house. But God has blessed them with happy memories in their home, and no one really wants to move. Can they find a way to stay? Brother Bear wants a Space Grizzlies play set. Sister Bear begs for a Bearbie dream house. Even Papa Bear thinks he needs a new fishing rod! Join Papa, Mama, Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear as they read favorite Bible stories together as a family and imagine what it would have been like to see Adam and Eve in the garden, watch Noah build the ark, and listen as Jesus tells a parable to the people.
Told with words and pictures in the beloved Berenstain style, twenty-three Old and New Testament stories come alive for young readers. Includes a sheet of colorful stickers featuring the whole Bear family.
The Country Cousins hockey team has been practicing every day for the big game against their rivals, the Beartown Bullies. Will the Valentine keep him from playing his best at the hockey game or will he learn an important lesson about love?
What does it mean to have faith? Can Preacher Brown help? Most of the cubs at Bear Country School get along most of the time. But when rivals are cast opposite each other in the school play, Romeo and Grizzliet, Brother and Sister Bear have to decide if they should mind their own business or get involved as peacemakers to save the performance.
Brother and Sister Bear both like to be the best—the best soccer player, the best student, the best artist. But when Gramps overhears the cubs bickering about who can see the most unusual cloud formations he puts a stop to the arguing. Being proud of a special talent from God is one thing, but bragging about it is foolish.
In this newest 8x8 softcover title in the Berenstain Bears Living Lights collection, the Bruins join the Bear family for a cookout and bring their cousin Tommy along. When Sister asks about Tommy, Mama takes the opportunity to talk to Sister about how God makes each of us unique in our own way. And that we all have special gifts and talents to share with the folks around us. Featuring breakfast, lunch, main meal, and dessert recipes as well as kid-friendly cooking tips such as food and measurement conversions, this is sure to become a go-to cookbook for delicious and fun recipes kids can cook with an adult.
In the newest Berenstain Bear Living Lights 8x8 title, the glorious fourth has arrived and the Bear family is busy decorating with flags and bunting. But Mama and Papa make sure the cubs know just how much Bear Country is blessed with a quick lesson about the first Fourth of July. Autumn is a beautiful time of year, and the folks of Bear Country are looking forward to everything the season brings. Now toddlers have a padded board book edition designed just for them, with simple text, bright art, and a padded cover.
This cute and durable edition provides an overview of the Bible with ten stories from the Old and New Testaments that follow the Bear family as they explore Scripture. The Berenstain Bears Storybook Bible for Toddlers is fun and enlightening for kids and a great resource for parents and educators. Searching for the perfect job, the Bear siblings learn to celebrate the many talents of others and begin to imagine where their own God-given gifts will take them as they grow.
The Good Deed Scouts are on the lookout for someone to help … and who do they see? Grizzle doing her yard work! Will she let the cubs help? The Good Deed Scouts are on the lookout for someone to help … and they hear the mewing of a kitten in a tall tree!
Will the cubs save the day? Helping a lost cub find his mother is a perfect good deed for the Scouts. The Good Deed Scouts are a group of bear cubs committed to doing a good deed each and every day. The scouts decide that it is a good idea to help Mama Bear with her every day chores around the tree house. Emergent readers quickly learn that with kindness and cooperation, work gets done and then the fun can begin. Biblical values are brought out and Bible verses are quoted in this new addition to the highly successful I Can Read series.
This three-book collection of popular Berenstain Bear Good Deed Scout I Can Read stories will provide young readers with valuable reading skills practice as well as lessons about serving and caring for others. The spooky, old house on Spook Hill would make the perfect homeless shelter for Bear Country. A series of faith-based values readers inspired by the classic Berenstain Bears book, The Berenstain Bears and the Good Deed, recently acquired for reprint by Zonderkidz.
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