The Berenstain Bears values and virtues treasury / written by Jan & Mike Berenstain.
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|New Milford Public Library||E BERENSTAIN (Text to phone)||34021147454090||Juvenile Picture Book||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780310734956
- ISBN: 0310734959
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zonderkidz, an imprint of Zondervan, ©2021.
"8 books in 1"--Cover.
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The Berenstain Bears love their neighbors -- The Berenstain Bears the golden rule -- The Berenstain Bears kindness counts -- The Berenstain Bears get involved -- The Berenstain Bears patience, please -- The Berenstain Bears honesty counts -- The Berenstain Bears do the right thing -- The Berenstain Bears show some respect.
The Berenstain Bears love their neighbors : "Children will learn that being a good neighbor takes more than having a nice home."--Amazon.
The Berenstain Bears the golden rule: "Children will discover choosing to be kind may not always be the easy choice. But it is always the right one."--Amazon.
The Berenstain Bears kindness counts: "Children will discover ways to implement traditional values and share God’s goodness."--Amazon.
The Berenstain Bears get involved: "A storm hits Bear country, and Bear Country might flood! It’s up to the Bear family and the rest of the rescue team from the Chapel in the Woods to come together and save their community."--Amazon.
The Berenstain Bears patience, please: "Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear teach children how to develop patience through their gardening experience."--Amazon.
The Berenstain Bears honesty counts: Too Tall and his gang decide that winning is more important than telling the truth during the annual cub campout’s canoe race. Preacher Brown uses the situation as a teaching moment and reminds the cubs the importance of honesty."--Amazon,
The Berenstain Bears do the right thing: "In The Berenstain Bears Do the Right Thing, Sister Bear finds herself in possession of a one-of-a-kind doll that doesn’t belong to her. After talking with Brother Bear, will she listen to her conscience and do the right thing?"--Amazon.
The Berenstain Bears show some respect: "Children will learn how simple biblical principles are the building blocks to creating respectful behavior."--Amazon.
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The Berenstain Bears Values and Virtues Treasury : 8 Books In 1
Writer and illustrator Michael Berenstain is the younger son of Stan and Jan Berenstain. He writes and illustrates children's books on his own as well as collaborates with his parents on the Berenstain Bears series. He currently lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. (Bowker Author Biography)