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The Berenstain Bears Come Clean for School
With everyone coughing and spluttering around them, Brother and Sister learn an important lesson about how to stop germs and colds from spreading.
The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Car Trip
This year's family vacation is not what Brother and Sister Bear had in mind. Mama and Papa Bear are eager to explore the wonders of Bear Country, but the cubs would rather be anywhere but the backseat of the family car!
The Berenstain Bears and the Trouble with Commercials
Brother and Sister Bear are not greedy children, but all the toys and candy on TV look so great! Mama Bear has to find a way to teach her cubs that they can't believe everything they see . . . before that pile of unused toys gets any bigger.
The Berenstain Bears Go Green
The Berenstain Bears live in a wonderful place filled with green grass, blue skies, and lots of furry friends. But on a fishing trip at the creek, the Bear family discovers that the town dump is overflowing.
The Berenstain Bears and the Trouble with Chores
Papa Bear and the cubs are having some trouble with chores-they don't want to do them!
The Berenstain Bears and the Bad Influence
Sister Bear and her new friend, Miranda, make a lot of bad decisions-riding down Dead Bear's Hill, eating Ben's apples, running through Mizz McGrizz's tulips.
The Berenstain Bears and the Tooth Fairy
When Sister Bear notices that she has a loose tooth, she can't wait for it to fall out so that the Tooth Fairy will come and leave a quarter under her pillow. But then Sister finds out that her best friend, Lizzy Bruin, got even more for the last tooth she lost! What is the Tooth Fairy thinking? Mama and Papa give her good advice while Sister waits for the Tooth Fairy's next visit.
The Berenstain Bears Go Out to Eat
Papa and the cubs take Mama to Bear Country Grill for a special treat!
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