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The Berenstain Bears' Nursery Tales by Stan Berenstain
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Mar 27, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: lessons-learned
Read in February, 2012

This book has a total of three stories. The Three Bears, The Little Red Hen, and The Gingerbread Man. These stories would be great for English language learners, because there are many text to illustration connections. The students can use the illustrations to figure out what is in the text that might at first be unfamiliar to the student. The stories teach the reader a lesson in all three. Lesson one is not to make your self too comfrotable, lesson two is to not expect to be able to enjoy something that you refused to help with, and the third lesson is to be careful who you trust. These three stories teach very valuable lessons that any student could walk away with and become a better thinker.

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