The Berenstain Bears' Big Bear, Small Bear
Small hat, big head. Big hat, small head. Can a bear find a hat that is not too small and not too big, but just right?
The Berenstain Bears and the Blame Game
Who's to blame? That's what everyone always wants to know. But the kernal 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.
The Berenstain Bears Get Their Kicks
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.
The Berenstain Bears Ride the Thunderbolt
Climb in and hold on tight! Kids will love spending a day at the Bear Country Amusement Park, where they'll experience the stomach-dropping, heart-stopping thrills of a giant roller coaster right along with the Berenstain Bears.
The Berenstain Bears by the Sea
In the Berenstain Bears' exciting Step into Reading debut, Brother and Sister can't wait to go swimming. But first, there are many jobs to do in the Bear Family's summer house. There are rooms to clean, groceries to put away, closets to air out, suitcases to unpack, and on and on. Will the cubs ever get to dip their tootsies in the sea?
The Berenstain Bears and the Homework Hassle
Mama and Papa Bear are stunned when they receive a letter from Brother Bear's teacher. Even though Brother Bear sits down diligently every night with an open notebook, he has not been completing his homework assignments
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