When you hear someone say, “The Berenstain Bears” you immediately think of the family of bears including Mama Bear, Papa Bear, Brother Bear and Sister Bear living in Bear Country. Like many others, I grew up on Berenstain Bear books and I’m so excited that my children get to grow up on them as well.
Stan and Jan Berenstain first introduced the Berenstain Bear family in 1962, meaning they celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2012. How incredible is that? Stan passed away in 2005, Jan passed in 2012, so their son, Mike has continued on their legacy by creating more stories about The Berenstain Bears. Even more exciting is that these books are now available in board books!
This particular Berenstain Bear book introduces your little ones to the importance of manners, mainly remembering to say “please!” and “thank you!” I have worked really hard to instill manners in my children and this book was an awesome reminder to them. In this book you’ll find the classic images of the Berenstain Bear family, and again, I’m just so excited to have one of these books in a board book format! Toddler family is VERY important to our kids!
If you’re as excited as I am, then you’ll be even MORE excited that you can win a copy of this book! Just enter the widget below, it’s super simple. Please remember that I do verify the winner’s entry and ask that as a mandatory entry you share your contact information so that I can easily pass this on to the sponsor. It saves me and YOU time! Good luck!
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