The Berenstain Bears Think of Those in Need (First Time Books(R))

The Berenstain Bears Think of Those in Need (First Time Books(R))

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0679889574

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Stuff in the closets, stuff in the drawers, stuff in the attic--too much stuff everywhere! Mama Bear convinces the family that cleaning out the house can not only simplify their cluttered lives, but also benefit those who are in need!


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Hospital. Brother and Sister knew about the hospital. Brother had gone there to get his ankle x-rayed the time they thought it was broken. And Sister had come along to watch. The Bears dropped off their load of used toys. They were welcome. The hospital workers said the toys would be given out at the hospital Christmas party. On their way out, they saw a young bear in a wheelchair with his leg in a big cast. They were glad they had brought the toys. He looked as if he could use some cheering

Mama, as she managed the tree house, that they had a problem—a problem that came under the heading of Too Much Stuff. Too much stuff in the closets … too much stuff in the drawers … too much stuff in the basement … too much stuff in the attic …There was too much stuff everywhere. It all made Mama a little uneasy. It was beginning to be a worry. Papa thought there was a “too much stuff” problem, too. But he was more annoyed than worried—annoyed about a Fast Wheels car that Brother had left

house, chanting, “Too much stuff! Too much stuff!” “What’s the matter?” asked Papa when Mama woke up screaming. “It was just a dream, my dear,” Mama said. But though it was just a dream, she knew what she had to do. The next morning, at breakfast, she made an announcement. “This family,” she said firmly, “has altogether too much stuff. It’s time to get rid of some of it.” “Stuff?” said Brother. “What sort of stuff?” “Stuff like dolls with no heads,” Mama said, “broken airplane models, old

Papa. “What about those shelves and shelves of old cookbooks you never look at and those bits of yarn and cloth you’re never going to use?” “All right,” agreed Mama. “I guess we all have a lot of things we don’t really need. That’s just my point. What should we do with it all?” The Bear family thought for a moment. “Hey!” said Brother. “Let’s have a yard sale and make a fortune.” “Yeah! Great idea!” agreed Sister and Papa. But that was not what Mama had in mind. She had been thinking more

there was hardly enough room left for them. “Where are we going?” asked Sister. “First stop,” said Mama, “is the Old Bears’ Home.” The Old Bears’ Home was where older bears went to live when they needed help taking care of themselves. Nurses and doctors looked after them and made sure they were in good health. But sometimes the older bears got a little lonely and bored. They liked visitors and things to do. That was part of Mama’s plan. When the family arrived at the Old Bears’ Home, they

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