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The Berenstain Bears Lend a Helping Hand
When Mama concludes that there's too much "Me, me, me!" in Brother and Sister's behavior, she encourages them to help elderly Widow McGrizz deal with her full and messy attic. While the cubs are resistant at first, they soon find that there are rewards in giving a helping hand to those less fortunate.
The Birds, the Bees, and the Berenstain Bears
What happens when Sister Bear notices that Mama's lap is shrinking? No, it's not that Mama is eating too much salmon and honey comb. Mama is going to have a baby! With a little help from Mama and Dr. Gert, Sister learns about the birds and the bees...and sonograms, too!
The Berenstain Bears Think of Those in Need
Stuff in the closets, stuff in the drawers, stuff in the attic--too much stuff everywhere! Mama Bear convinces the family that cleaning out the house can not only simplify their cluttered lives, but also benefit those who are in need!
The Berenstain Bears and the Big Question
When Sister Bear asks her mother about God, Mama tries to explain.
The Berenstain Bears' Mad, Mad, Mad Toy Craze
The peace and calm of life in Bear Country is disrupted by the arrival of Bearie Bubbies. The cubs will do anything to get their hands on these adorable, collectible little toys.
The Berenstain Bears Catch the Bus
It's 7:45 a.m. and Gus the bus driver is on his way. But the Cubs aren't even up yet! Will they miss the bus? Told in humorous easy-to-read text, this simple story offers up a blow-by-blow description of just another morning in the Bear household--which readers will find not all that different from their own!
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