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  1. Calista Calista says:

    An early Berenstain Bears book I like this one better than Inside, Outside, Upside Down for prepositions I grow up with the Inside book This one hasatmosphere and the night time sneakiness ismemorable I wish I had had this one instead, but I can pass it to the next generation instead It s nice to see a book older than me still around.Great illustrations I enjoy them It s funny, the story doesn t make a lot of sense accept that it is trying to show over, around and under over a An early Berenstain Bears book I like this one better than Inside, Outside, Upside Down for prepositions I grow up with the Inside book This one hasatmosphere and the night time sneakiness ismemorable I wish I had had this one instead, but I can pass it to the next generation instead It s nice to see a book older than me still around.Great illustrations I enjoy them It s funny, the story doesn t make a lot of sense accept that it is trying to show over, around and under over and over again.The kids really enjoyed this book The nephew wanted to read it again


  2. Erica Erica says:

    Although I really loved Green Eggs and Ham, I think this was my most ever favorite I Can Read By Myself book Ok, this and


  3. Aine Aine says:

    For the record, I am NOT a Berenstain Bears fan BUT this book and Inside, Outside, Upside Down are two of our favorite bedtime stories ESPECIALLY Bears in the Night I guess it s because the text is so easy even the smallest child can memorize it and read along with you And, there is no storyline about an idiot dad We start. with our voices. low. and. slow. until the hoot owl says WHOOOOOO And then we read really fast as the bears run back into bed W For the record, I am NOT a Berenstain Bears fan BUT this book and Inside, Outside, Upside Down are two of our favorite bedtime stories ESPECIALLY Bears in the Night I guess it s because the text is so easy even the smallest child can memorize it and read along with you And, there is no storyline about an idiot dad We start. with our voices. low. and. slow. until the hoot owl says WHOOOOOO And then we read really fast as the bears run back into bed We all laugh and giggle, and I usually get Read it again two or three times.Sometimes it s not what you re reading, but the enjoyment for both you and your children that makes it worth it And if they learn things like over, under, etc well that s okay too


  4. Helen Helen says:

    Good practice for prepositional phrases And fun, too.


  5. Franci Franci says:

    49 of 2020Very cute children s book.


  6. Edgarr Alien Pooh Edgarr Alien Pooh says:

    Woooooohoooooo This book is so much just as I will not eat green eggs and ham, I will not eat them Sam I am The same sort of repetitive prose following our bears as they adventure out into the night.The words and illustrations are clear and simple making this a great learning to read book and a guilty pleasure for the older generations Come on we all secretly have a geek band we sing along to when we hear their stuff.Read it, read it again, read it out loud or with a friend Don t be shy Woooooohoooooo This book is so much just as I will not eat green eggs and ham, I will not eat them Sam I am The same sort of repetitive prose following our bears as they adventure out into the night.The words and illustrations are clear and simple making this a great learning to read book and a guilty pleasure for the older generations Come on we all secretly have a geek band we sing along to when we hear their stuff.Read it, read it again, read it out loud or with a friend Don t be shy, give it a try Woooooohooooo


  7. Noelle Jensen, Age 6 Noelle Jensen, Age 6 says:

    Hoo Hoo I a spooky owl Don t worry, I no eat people I just smell flowers.


  8. Hiba Yuki Hiba Yuki says:

    My son loves the Berenstain bears, me not so much, they re very wordy books But this one is absolutely perfect So little words, yet so much to learn and explore One of the best repetitive books we ve read.


  9. Jeannie Jeannie says:

    Another treasure from the Berenstains It is a clever story the builds as the bear cubs venture out at night A cute way to introduce prepositions too


  10. Laura (Book Scrounger) Laura (Book Scrounger) says:

    My kids have been really enjoying this book It s very simple and linear, and a great way for kids to learn about prepositions.


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Bears in the Night [Epub] ➝ Bears in the Night By Stan Berenstain – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Illus in full color The Bears adventures take them in, out, around, and about A good job of combining words and pictures into a slapstick but cohesive story School Library Journal Illus in full color The Bears adventures take them in, out, around, and about A good job of combining words and pictures into a slapstick but cohesive story School Library Journal.

  • Paperback
  • 36 pages
  • Bears in the Night
  • Stan Berenstain
  • English
  • 09 July 2017
  • 0394822862

About the Author: Stan Berenstain

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 s.