The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas: This year it seems everyone in Bear Country has gone Christmas-crazy, and Mama Bear is concerned the true holiday spirit has been lost. Santa worries also, and is ready to cancel Christmas! Now it's up to the Berenstain Bears to change his mind. The Berenstain Bears Meet Santa Bear: How can Santa's sleigh land with no snow? How can he fit down all those skinny chimneys? These and other questions and the true meaning of Christmas are revealed.
The Berenstain Bears' Thanksgiving: The Bear family happily prepares their holiday feast, but danger lurks. The legendary monster, Bigpaw, is coming to Bear Country and it's up to Brother and Sister Bear to save the day.
The Berenstain Bears and the Prize Pumpkin: The Bear family may not win the blue ribbon in the pumpkin contest at the Thanksgiving Festival, but they do remember all that there is to be thankful for.
The Berenstain Bears' Comic Valentine: The day of Brother Bear's championship hockey game has arrived. It's also the day he finds out the identity of his secret admirer. Who can she be? Brother is in for a big surprise!
This audio collection also includes an interview with Stan, Jan, and Mike Berenstain.
"Fans of the series will enjoy hearing the voices of Stan and Jan themselves bringing the characters to life, with all their gentle humor and keen insights into human nature. For those unacquainted with the Berenstain Bears, this collection serves as a nice introduction." (AudioFile)
"The sweet, simple stories remind children of good manners and morals....Quaint rhyming text...makes the audio versions of the stories very enjoyable. The authors take turns reading the texts in a straightforward manner, with few sound effects, which gives the readings the air of a family story time." (School Library Journal)
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Please re-record so the children can hear it.
The muffled voice of the narrator, (presumedly the author?) was not adequate to even capture the the children's attention, let alone keep it. What a shame to miss out on a fun story.
Could not hear.
- Amazon Customer "regina h parks"