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The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree ❮Ebook❯ ➫ The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree ➬ Author Stan Berenstain – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Three brave little bears explore the inside of a mysterious old tree and go into, up, through, over, down, and out Three brave little Bears and ePUB ´ bears explore the inside of a mysterious old tree and go into, up, through, over, down, and out.


10 thoughts on “The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree

  1. Calista Calista says:

    Happy Halloween I never read this as a child too bad This was fun Very simple Very Halloween It is creepy and it still feels safe This was a huge hit with the kids They loved it I m glad they got introduced to it Good for age 2 and up The bears are going through a haunted tree Shivers ensue Enjoy


  2. La Coccinelle La Coccinelle says:

    This is a bit different than most of the Berenstain Bears books I remember The story is kind of detached, with no dialogue and little character exploration.In this story, three little bears Brother, Sister, and some random bear I don t recognize go off to explore the Spooky Old Tree Inside, rather surprisingly, is a mansion well, I guess if their family lives inside a tree, it s possible and the little bears explore it, getting progressivelyscared until they finally reach the home This is a bit different than most of the Berenstain Bears books I remember The story is kind of detached, with no dialogue and little character exploration.In this story, three little bears Brother, Sister, and some random bear I don t recognize go off to explore the Spooky Old Tree Inside, rather surprisingly, is a mansion well, I guess if their family lives inside a tree, it s possible and the little bears explore it, getting progressivelyscared until they finally reach the homeowner s room Then, thoroughly terrified, they all run home to Mama.I m not quite sure what the point of the story is, other than showing the little bears go on a spooky adventure Surely Mama bear would ve known what was in that tree, so I don t really understand why she would ve let the kids go poking around in there some of the situations they encountered were downright dangerous.I think I prefer the Berenstain Bears stories that arefocused on character development and message


  3. James James says:

    Fear Illusion Nightmares A heady mix of rebellion and self discovery, a bildungsroman of Lynchian proportions, a journey through the darkness surrounding middle America, wading into the murk of the mind, of life, to the farthest reaches of night Is there joy in this world Perhaps Safety Aassured thing, if accepted as a temporary measure Yet evil remains, waiting, reaching Sleep tight, sleepybears.Also, this was the first book I fell in love with, mainly because it also came with a Fear Illusion Nightmares A heady mix of rebellion and self discovery, a bildungsroman of Lynchian proportions, a journey through the darkness surrounding middle America, wading into the murk of the mind, of life, to the farthest reaches of night Is there joy in this world Perhaps Safety Aassured thing, if accepted as a temporary measure Yet evil remains, waiting, reaching Sleep tight, sleepybears.Also, this was the first book I fell in love with, mainly because it also came with a cassette that played spooky sound effects when it was time to turn the page Woo oo oo oo oo oo


  4. Sandi Sandi says:

    I must have read The Spooky Old Tree to my kids a million times My daughter and son are 12 years apart in age and I still remembered at least half the words to this book when my son was a toddler I think I have it completely memorized It s short enough to read out loud without losing your voice and it s fun to do it in a creepy, scary voice This was my all time favorite bedtime book.


  5. ~☆~Autumn♥♥ ~☆~Autumn♥♥ says:

    My son loved this book and so we read it over and over again We owned a copy which I may still have but not sure.


  6. Abigail Abigail says:

    Three little bears, one with a light, one with a stick, and one with a rope, set out to explore the spooky old tree near their home in this early reader from the Berenstains Encountering many dangers along the way, they make their way through the interior of the tree, eventually finding their way home againLike many American children, I grew up reading about the Berenstain Bears, and I have happy memories of entering their ursine world, so like the human one I particularly enjoyed looking a Three little bears, one with a light, one with a stick, and one with a rope, set out to explore the spooky old tree near their home in this early reader from the Berenstains Encountering many dangers along the way, they make their way through the interior of the tree, eventually finding their way home againLike many American children, I grew up reading about the Berenstain Bears, and I have happy memories of entering their ursine world, so like the human one I particularly enjoyed looking at the interiors of the tree houses in that world, and The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree provides an especially interesting arboreal house for the little bears to explore Simple text and appealing illustrations make this an excellent Halloween time title for kids just getting going with their reading


  7. CB CB says:

    More often than not, children s books present topics which are relatively gentle Stan and Jan Berenstain, however, have never shied away from presenting problems in a way that the youngest readers can understand While most of their books revolve around things like new babies and messy rooms, this husband and wife team also show kids the fun and danger of adventure In this book, the three bear siblings set off to explore a spooky old tree armed with a stick, a light, and a rope Inside, they f More often than not, children s books present topics which are relatively gentle Stan and Jan Berenstain, however, have never shied away from presenting problems in a way that the youngest readers can understand While most of their books revolve around things like new babies and messy rooms, this husband and wife team also show kids the fun and danger of adventure In this book, the three bear siblings set off to explore a spooky old tree armed with a stick, a light, and a rope Inside, they find twisting stairs, hidden passages, and the fearsome Great Sleeping Bear By the end of their escapade, they all end up with the shivers, but make it home again Safe at last The words have a comfortable predictability about them as the Berenstain s employ a slightly evolutionary rhyme and repetition The dark, detailed pictures also enhance the excitement and mystery of the story


  8. ↜ƈɦǟռ☂ɛℓℓɛ↝ ↜ƈɦǟռ☂ɛℓℓɛ↝ says:

    The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree by Stan and Jan BerenstainLove it My daughter and I love spooky old Halloween looking trees So what are the cubs gonna do when they find it, go exploring what else Armed with all the goods, a rope, a light and a stick, they set off What do they find, the Great Sleeping Bear This has got to be our favorite Bears book.


  9. Heather Heather says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It amazes me how their style of writing changes Sometimes it s wordier, and reads like a regular story, some are rhyming, has humor, and is really cute Other times they re simple This ended up being the latter This was overly simple, and not one of their better ones It wasn t pleasant to read because of the simple writing, and it didn t have the humor and charm that a lot of their books have There was one line that rhymed, wall and hall, yet nothing else rhymed So that was odd to have the It amazes me how their style of writing changes Sometimes it s wordier, and reads like a regular story, some are rhyming, has humor, and is really cute Other times they re simple This ended up being the latter This was overly simple, and not one of their better ones It wasn t pleasant to read because of the simple writing, and it didn t have the humor and charm that a lot of their books have There was one line that rhymed, wall and hall, yet nothing else rhymed So that was odd to have there.The three bears start out with rope, a stick, and a light.The questions throughout is always answered with yes They dare Like will they go in the spooky tree, up the stairs, through the wall, down the hall, over the bear And it s all answered with yes, they dare I didn t like the repetition of it It also makes you read in a robotic voice, which isn t pleasant It sets that robotic tone for the book.There are a couple underlined words that didn t make sense to underline If they were putting emphasis on it, it should have been italicized.The first cute thing was how it went from one shivering bear, to two, and you knew it would eventually be all three.When asked if they ll over the great sleeping bear, it recaps with how they went into the tree, climbed the stairs, went through the wall, into the hall, so of course they were going over the bear Because they had come that far, they weren t going to stop there I thought that was cute You have to keep up with the illustrations to see what s happening to the stuff they were carrying the rope, the stick, and the light, because it doesn t tell what happens to it in the story.When they get to the stairs, there s somehow a river with alligators in them How is it possible that a river is going underneath the stairs that are inside a tree That s when the bear loses his rope Down the hall, sister bear s stick in split in half by one of the knight s spears lining the hallway.Brother has his flashlight going over the bear, and in the next scene, it s suddenly gone, so we re led to believe it got lost in the shuffle.The escape is far fetched at the end There s a very convenient ladder that reaches all the way up to the floor, and then another hole in the floor opens up to a slide that has a door at the end, which shoots them outside.Stairs, halls, ladders, slides, and a pit of alligators is a bit much to have in one tree Even though this is a children s book, and they might not question anything, I like for it to be at least believable and not so outrageous and impossible It has a happy, warm ending at the end, with them running home The last lines are home again safe at last and it shows them running to their mom.However, it felt like the adventure was over before it started It happened so quickly It was way too short, and could have used waywords to convey an actual story and adventure I realized after that the bears weren t even given names We know sister and brother, but who was the third bear with them How can you not name your character Also, in these books, you know the general layout of the town, their friends, neighbors, etc., yet all of a sudden there s a new neighbor, place, tree, house, that only shows up once and you never see it again Where is this tree, with this bear, and alligators in their town This wasn t one of their good ones Like I said earlier, their writing style changes with each story You never know what you re going to get This wasn t one with good writing in it It seemed like a straightforward story of a spooky tree, but I didn t see any of that coming It would have been better if it wasn t so far fetched, and it had been just a normal, spooky tree, and they got creeped out and went home after This ended up being pretty crazy with everything that happened.Such a shame to give it one star, but it just wasn t enjoyable.This was so different that I thought it would be This wasn t pleasant to read because of the simplistic writing No humor or charm It was so short


  10. Brian Koser Brian Koser says:

    One characteristic of great art is that you can engage with it over and over and continue to glean new meaning This principle is born out in the acclaimed 20th century classic, The Spooky Old Tree.On the first few reads, I thought it was a straightforward tale of children running through a spooky sub arboreal mansion filled with spiders and alligators, then climbing over a giant nude vagrant bear before sliding down an exit slide and sprinting home.However, some things didn t add up Why does One characteristic of great art is that you can engage with it over and over and continue to glean new meaning This principle is born out in the acclaimed 20th century classic, The Spooky Old Tree.On the first few reads, I thought it was a straightforward tale of children running through a spooky sub arboreal mansion filled with spiders and alligators, then climbing over a giant nude vagrant bear before sliding down an exit slide and sprinting home.However, some things didn t add up Why does the mother smile as she watches her children leave and return Would she really let her children run around the neighborhood in the middle of the night Especially when they live within walking distance of an abandoned death trap house Why did the original owner of the mansion build it underneath a tree, whether or not it was old or spooky at the time I assume it s abandoned because the owner died, but why did the executors of the estate not remove the paintings or the suits of armor Why are there so many nude animals Are they dumb beasts or just very comfortable Do the bear shaped suits of armor mean there was a bear medieval age Why are there no books about bear knights wearing bear armor living in bear castles Is Great Sleeping Bear a squatter Why is he called Great Sleeping Bear Is sleeping really a significant enough character trait to be his middle name Is he actually a nudist, or does he just sleep in the nude Why are second story exit slides not a standard house feature The answer, of course, is that it isn t really happening I know surrealism when I see it, and this is obviously a narrative about a struggle through the Oedipus complex by children in shared custody.The single mother bear lives with her children in a tree , signifying the low income housing she can afford on her monthly alimony check and part time job at the local honey store At the beginning of the story, the children leave for their every other weekend visit to their father They leave at night depression , passing through a creepy forest resentment before arriving at the spooky old tree apparently dad isn t earning muchthan mom The three children id, ego, and superego carry a light search for answers, carried by the superego , a stick aggression, carried by the id , and a rope both attachment and restriction, carried by the ego They make their way through various haunted house staples mental objections to their father , and lose their accoutrements one by one until they come face to face with Great Sleeping Bear, without design or pretense Unable to interact with their father on a meaningful level, they seek only to escape, but are unable to avoid a violent confrontation and a quick departure The story ends as the mother welcomes the children back, outwardly cheerful but inwardly torn by the children s inability to progress in their paternal relationship.This interpretation answers many questions, but of course we are left to struggle thematically with the ambiguity inherent in great art Was the separation caused by financial struggles statistically probable or perhaps the parents failure to communicate neither parent is shown speaking Will the children ever break the cycle of resentment and fear Is the interpretation as a literal family even valid, or is it just a comment on the modern state of the family unit in our postmodern Western world In summary the art is fine, the prose is mostly okay, but probably too thematically dark and complex for children


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