The Berenstain Bears Lend a Helping Hand



The Berenstain Bears Lend a Helping Hand When Mama Concludes That There S Too Much Me, Me, Me In Brother AndSister S Behavior, She Encourages Them To Help Elderly Widow McGrizz Deal Withher Full And Messy Attic While The Cubs Are Resistant At First, They Soon Findthat There Are Rewards In Giving A Helping Hand To Those Less Fortunate.

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The Berenstain Bears Lend a Helping Hand
  • Stan Berenstain
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 0679889566

10 thoughts on “The Berenstain Bears Lend a Helping Hand

  1. Danette says:

    11 7 17 Read with Naomi and Julia.

  2. Heidi-Marie says:

    I think even as a child I could tell how didactic this series was However, the earlier books still seemed to have ainteresting story This one is not as obviously religious as the newer ones, but a biteasy to swallow And it does teach a little about service, but it is quite text heavy ...

  3. Diane says:

    I like these books and so does my son They are slight heavy handed with the Lesson, but I think this lesson of helping others because they need it and we can is a good one.

  4. Melissa says:

    I thought this book was mostly okay the first few times I read it, but I think its moral message of helping others out is lost on me after really thinking about itFirst of all, it starts off with Mama Bear expressing a very serious concern about her children s selfishness to Papa Bear, who just drifts off to sleep All right, it s understandable that that happens, even among the most loving of fathers and husbands, because hey after all fathers do get exhausted so cut them some slack It wasn I thought this book was mostly okay the first few times I read it, but I think its moral message of helping others out is lost on me after really thinking about itFirst of all, it starts off with Mama Bear expressing a very serious concern about her children s selfishness to Papa Bear, who just drifts off to sleep All right, it s understandable that that happens, even among the most loving of fathers and husbands, because hey after all fathers do get exhausted so cut them some slack It wasn t bad of Mama Bear that she didn t get upset However, it s...

  5. Amara Tanith says:

    The Berenstain Bears Not a fond memory on my part The only ones I enjoyed as a young child were Bears on Wheels and The Berenstains B Book Neither of these explicitly feature the Bear family they might have been pre Bear family books, as a matter of fact.And when it comes to the Bear family, there s a lot to complain about Papa Bear goes from being understandable and well meaning, if a little bungling, to a raging maniac who has the tendency to cross over into psychologically abusive terri The Berenstain Bears Not a fond memory on my part The only ones I enjoyed as a young child were Bears on Wheels and The Berenstains B Book Neither of these explicitly feature the Bear family they might have been pre Bear family books, as a matter of fact.And when it comes to the Bear family, there s a lot to complain about Papa Bear goes from being understandable and well meaning, if a little bungling, to a raging maniac who has the tendency to cross over into psychologically abusive territory.But then there s Mama Bear I cannot freakin stand this character She is the most self righteous, presumptuous, meddling woman in any children s book I ve ever read, and she is presented as some kind of saintly patron of motherhood who can never do anything wrong.This time, after several panels of her children trying to claim they ve beaten the other by having a large piece of cake, a better spot in front of the television, andjelly beans, Mama decides to, and I...

  6. Teeny says:

    Summary 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 Written and illustrated by Stan ...

  7. Jade Detzer says:

    All of the Berenstain Bear stories prove a life lesson at the end This one teaches about helping others less fortunate This might be a good story to use around the winter holiday seasons and even have your class volunteer by making crafts for a group home or helping out at...

  8. Heather says:

    I really enjoyed the lesson of this book, but to me the ending fell flat It did get a positive message across, but I felt like it was rushed in the last few pages.

  9. Ash Wilson says:

    if only I could figure this out but I see exactly what would happen if my kids were sent off to work for someone they would fight the whole time.

  10. Theresa says:

    the characters and stories of the berenstain bears teaching children early learning concepts.

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