A Christmas story from the bestselling Berenstain Bears Living Lights series. We love Berenstain Bears, especially those in the Living Lights series from Zondervan by Mike Berenstain. These have quickly become our favorites. The Berenstain Bears, The Very First Christmas is an 8×8 paperback perfect for a quick read during the Christmas season. As the cubs settle down with Papa to hear the story of the nativity, the birth of Jesus Christ, so to your little one can read the excitement of the cubs and learn the story as well. A good one to read again and again. It will be going in our seasonal Christmas box of books, for sure! View all my reviews
Twelve Berenstain Bears tales written to be read in just five minutes!
In The Berenstain Bears Do Not Fear, God Is Near, the newest Berenstain Bears® Living Lights™ Level One I Can Read, follow Sister as she learns that there really is not anything to fear when you remember God is at your side.
The bestselling Berenstain Bears, in a new book in the popular I Can Read format, teaches readers about the importance of saving money.
While searching for the perfect Christmas tree for their Tree House, the Bear Family learns a lesson in kindness and respect of others and their belongings. Full color.
Now available in a three-book collection, the Berenstain Bears Good Deed Scouts make reading fun through the I Can Read! format.
The Berenstain Bears continue their storybook adventures in this 8×8 about reusing and recycling.
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! Can the Berenstain Bears find a pollution solution before their beloved Bear Country is filled with garbage?
Stan and Jan Berenstain introduced the first Berenstain Bear books in 1962. Mike Berenstain grew up watching his parents work together to write about and draw these lovable bears. Eventually he started drawing and writing about them too. Though Stan died in 2005, Jan and Mike continue to create the delightful Bear adventures from their family home in Pennsylvania, in an area that looks much like the sunny dirt road deep in Bear Country.
Children ages 4-7 are not only learning to read, but also forming lifetime morals. In The Berenstain Bears Get Involved, a storm hits Bear Country and homes are in danger of flooding. The Bear family joins a rescue team at the Chapel in the Woods, and their combined selfless efforts save the homes that are in danger. Through this timeless story, children are shown how to respond with compassion in moments of community crisis.
In this newest Berenstain Bear Living Lights I Can Read, Scoutmaster Papa Bear says he knows absolutely everything there is to know about caves. So why doesn’t he know the way out? Level One early readers follow the Bear Scouts as they explore Spooky Cave trying to earn their Cave Adventure Merit Badges and are reminded along the way that God is always by our side.
Based on the previously published The Berenstain Bears Lost in a Cave.
All-new Berenstain Bear books in the popular I Can Read format.
In this new Berenstain Bear Living Lights I Can Read, Level One emergent readers learn that winter, spring, summer, fall-every season-is a gift from God in Bear Country. Young readers join Brother and Sister Bear for a year of sledding and skating, biking and swimming, and even heading back to school. It is a year for good times and celebrating God’s gift of the seasons all written in easy-to-read rhyme.
Based on the previously published The Berenstain Bears All Year ‘Round.
The Berenstain Bears celebrate Christmas in this heartwarming, nostalgic picture book.
The Berenstain Bears want to celebrate Christmas just like in the olden days, but how will they have fun without all of their modern toys and gadgets?
Nothing Ever Happens at the South Pole by Stan & Jan Berenstain Illustrated by Mike Berenstain Genre: Juvenile Fiction / Animals Pages: 40 Hardcover 7 x 9 Date Published: August 28th, 2012 Publisher: HarperFestival, a imprint of HarperCollins Children’s There’s a lot going on at the South Pole! There are slippery slopes and frozen floes and wild animals all around. But when one penguin goes looking for adventure, he doesn’t see anything exciting at all. Could it be he’s just not looking close enough? From the creators of the Berenstain Bears comes a storybook filled with adventure for all. Read on July 16th, 2012. The Berenstain Bears have been a part of my literary life for as long as I can remember. From my childhood they were definitely a favorite that I still love today to share with my own daughters. Discovering other characters from the authors/illustrators that I have. . .
The whole family will enjoy The Berenstain Bears: God Bless the Animals-parents and grandparents for its teaching of Christian values and reading skills, and children for its fun lift-the-flap feature and colorful illustrations of God’s creation.
The Berenstain Bears continue their adventures when Brother and Sister go digging for dinosaur bones.
When Brother and Sister visit the dinosaur museum, they luck out. A real dinosaur dig is taking place! What sort of fossils will they find? A Stegosaurus? A Spinosaurus? The mighty Tyrannosaurus rex? Dig in with the Berenstain Bears to find out!
Widow McBear wants to open a homeless shelter, and invites the Good Deed Scouts – Brother, Sister, Cousin Fred, and Lizzie – to restore an abandoned house atop “Spook Hill.”