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The Berenstain Bears: All Aboard! (Berenstain Bears I Can Read)

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The Bears are on a steam train trip across Bear Country. Mama and Papa enjoy the scenery, but the cubs want to learn about the train. If they are lucky, Grizzly Jones might let them blow the whistle. Woo-hoo!

Beginning readers will feel like they are on board with the Bear family as they pass new sights and find out all about how the train runs.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published June 29th 2010 by HarperCollins
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Tam
My 4-year-old likes most of the Berestain Bear books but he wasn't as interested in this one. He's not really into trains so maybe that was part of it. It's classified as a "Beginning Reader 1" book meaning it has simple sentences for eager new readers. It was a little harder than I expected. Most beginning readers that I know would rather have less sentences per page than this book has.

This taught a little bit about trains. The engineer drives the train, the conductor makes sure the train leave
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Miri
The Berenstain family sets out on a train trip and see wonderful sights from their window on the train.
Vinitha
An early reader book - the problem with this book is it is outdated. Steam engines where coal is loaded is a thing of the past and it is hard to explain it to a 3 year old. Cute illustrations and the friendly bears but totally not suitable for 2013
Elizabeth S
A nice early-reader experience with the BB. This one is just a fun adventure, without any of the morals or learning experiences found in the regular BB books. (Not that the morals are bad in the regular BB books, I enjoy that too.)
Tricia
Some easy readers stand out because they offer a story AND fun while building reading skills. This book is one of those titles...the reader takes a steam train trip with the bears that makes learning to read more exciting and fun!
Robin (jason&robin)
My kids love this book. There are lots of opportunities to make sound effects. It's a fun read.
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Stan and Jan Berenstain (often called The Berenstains) were American writers and illustrators best known for creating the children's book series the Berenstain Bears. Their son Mike joined them as a creative team in the late 1980s.
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