Illustrator: Mike Berenstain
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Genres: Juvenile, Juvenile Fiction
The Berenstain Bears’ Lemonade Stand by Mike Berenstain
Genre: Juvenile Fiction / Readers / Beginner
Ages 4 to 8, Grades P to 3
Series: I Can Read Book 1
Pages: 32 Paperback 6×9″
Date Published: April 14, 2014
Publisher: HarperCollins Children’s Books
When Mama shares some fresh lemonade with the cubs, Brother and Sister Bear have a great idea—why not make a stand so they can share with the whole neighborhood? Sure enough, everyone stops by for a refreshing glass of lemonade, and the day turns into a wonderful event.
Simple sentences for eager readers is how the Level 1 of the I Can Read! books are rated and we are nearly there with our AppleBlossom! I think of all the characters that fill the shelves of the I Can Read! early readers our favorites include Fancy Nancy and of course The Berenstain Bears. Spring is here, but summer is soon to come. Not only is this a fun reader with a bit of a classic summer theme, but it’s also just the thing to grab for your youngest reader to put those new decoding phonics skills to the test as well as their sight word vocabularies.
This story is a cute one with plenty of smiles and a near laugh out loud moment. All about family and community with a great theme. A good early reader as is expected from the Berenstain Bears in this family.
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Stan and Jan Berenstain began writing the Berenstain Bears series in 1962. They left behind a legacy of over 250 books and nearly 300 million copies sold. The Berenstain books remain a family affair, as son Mikenow writes and illustrates new titles. He lives in Pennsylvania. You can visit the Berenstains online at www.berenstainbears.com.