The Berenstain Bears' Moving Day (The Berenstain Bears)
From the Trade Paperback edition.
THE UNFORTUNATE SUB-TEXT: They're mov ...more
This is the story of the Bear family's move to their now-famous tree house in Bear Country. Would Brother Bear like it? Would he find new friends? He wasn't sure until he got there.About the Author
Stan and Jan Berenstain were both born in 1923 in Philadelphia. They didn't know each other as children, but met later at school, at the Philadelphia College of Art. They liked each other right away, and found out that the both enjoyed the same kinds of books, plays, music and art. During World...more
In a classroom this book could be read if a new student moves to your town and is placed in your classroom. It could help the st ...more
Growing up we did a lot of moving from apartment to apartment, and in college I was used to moving every year. I liked seeing some situations relate to what ...more
I was given this book by a moving company who provided me with a quote for my move. They have copies to give to families who have young children. Cute right?
I like that this story explains the pros and cons to moving somewhere new.
Moving can be stressful and it also shows us ways to cope with leaving a place and friends you love behind.
This is an early story in the Bears' family history, when they first moved to Bear Country and Brother was an only child.
They gave up their cave and moved to a tree house. Will Brother like his new surroundings? The cave is all he's ever known. . .
Here comes the truck!
Let's move with the Bears
And wish them good luck.
Before Sister was born, the Bears lived in a cave and they moved to the treehouse they live in now. It talks about how you may leave things behind but you'll make new friends and memories at your new house.
Kiskoromban ezután biztos egyfolytában ilyen tree-house-okat rajzoltam, terveztem volna. :)
Helps kids understand needing to move to a new home.