Friday, May 18, 2012

I Can Read- Berenstain Bears Giveaway

 The Berenstain Bears

2 new books in the Good Deed Scouts I Can Read Series!

Help the Homeless
 Widow McBear wants to open a homeless shelter and invites the Good Deed Scouts to restore an abandoned house atop "Spook Hill". While the young bears are eager to get to work, they begin to have reservations about the task, imagining ghosts, goblins and monsters hiding out in the old house. But with a little courage, some good old fashioned hard work, and help from Old Tom, a homeless bear, the Good Deed Scouts rise to the occassion and realize the importance of helping those in need. 

 Honey Hunt Helpers
The scouts learn the true meaning of the Bible verse "A wise son brings joy to his father." For their latest good deed, the scouts team up with Papa Bear and set out to hunt for Bear County's best wild honey. Determined to help Papa Bear win the local honey contest, the scouts find themselves following Papa through a series of hilarious obstacles. 

I have a son who is truly a reluctant reader, and he shys away from some of the basic beginner readers because they are too boring! And he is right, some of them are just not very thrilling when you can't use many larger words. The Berenstain Bears though are a different story, always full of adventure and fun. I did have to help him with some of the larger words, though geared for a 1 reading level, it never fails that there are some harder words within the text. I don't even pay attention to the number listing for the reading books anymore, they are so subjective. Cute stories, BEAUTIFUL illustrations in the true Berenstain Bear tradition!!

I received a review set of these books in exchange for an honest review. I received a 2nd copy accidentally for the review and am offering them to my readers thanks to Zonderkidz!!
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  1. LOL! Thanks for the giveaway! I used to love Berenstein Bears when I was a kid. I'm entering in hopes I'll win these for a friend's child.

  2. I loved reading it to my grandkids