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by Stan Berenstain

eBook Berenstain Bears  the Ghost of the Fore download ISBN: 0679856269
Author: Stan Berenstain
Publisher: Random House Trade (1988)
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This is another Berenstain Bears book with a decent story, which kind seem to grow increasingly uncommon as. .I really liked this book because of the lesson that was taught. The rhyming throughout this story added to the fun of the book.

This is another Berenstain Bears book with a decent story, which kind seem to grow increasingly uncommon as the years wore on. This time, there's a story in support of a lesson, rather than a story as an excuse for a lesson. And the lesson is a fine one for kids, as well. Mar 31, 2008 Jenny rated it it was amazing. My kids love this book!

This list of Berenstain Bears books includes many in the picture book series (such as "Beginner Books" and "First Time Books") and the illustrated children's novels, such as those in the "Big Chapter Books" series.

This list of Berenstain Bears books includes many in the picture book series (such as "Beginner Books" and "First Time Books") and the illustrated children's novels, such as those in the "Big Chapter Books" series.

The Berenstain Bears Meet Santa Bear (First Time Books). Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain. The Berenstain Bears and the Ghost of the Forest. Download (PDF). Читать.

When prankster Papa Bear plays ghost at the Bear Scouts' sleep-out in the Great Spooky Forest, he winds up.Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read

When prankster Papa Bear plays ghost at the Bear Scouts' sleep-out in the Great Spooky Forest, he winds up scaring himself. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

The Berenstain Bears in the Freaky Funhouse. Instead, he peered out into the gloom of the swamp and he thought of the famous legend of the Galloping Ghost of Forbidden Bog. Papa? he asked. How did the legend of the Galloping Ghost get started? An interesting story, said Papa. Long, long ago, there was a bear named Billy Beechtree, who suffered a terrible fate in Forbidden Bog. One day he was falsely accused of being a highwaybear-of robbing travelers along this very road. A mob of angry citizens chased him into the bog, where he and his horse were swallowed up by a pool of quicksand.

by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain. series First Time Books(R). Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book® from Stan and Jan Berenstain. Brother, Sister, and Cousin Fred are off to a Bear Scout camping trip. But once they are in the woods, the cubs think they see a ghost – or is it just Papa playing a trick? This beloved story is a perfect way to teach children that some practical jokes aren’t very nice.

This classic Berenstain Bears story is a perfect way to teach children that some practical jokes aren’t very nice! Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book® from Stan and Jan Berenstain.

Comments: (7)
Weetont
Lost my original from the early 90's and wanted to read it to my grandkids. This is a great book for kids (and grandparents).
Steelrunner
Our granddaughter loves it.
Whitestone
Great book.
Rishason
Cute story, and not scary for young kids during Halloween. Got it for Halloween themed reading during the school year.
BeatHoWin
My son loves this book ☺
Xlisiahal
I loved these books as a kid and now I get to share them with my daughter. This is a good not Halloween themed book. It's one of the few, if not the only rhyming book in the series
xander
ISBN 0394805658 - Published and manufactured in the United States (a plus for me!). The Berenstain Bears are a long-time favorite of mine and holiday books for young children are awesome. Halloween is a tough holiday for the youngest of readers, if only because there aren't enough books that toe the not-too-scary line.

The Bear Scouts head out to Great Spooky Forest for an overnight stay with Scout Leader Jane when Papa Bear stops them on their way out and scares them with tales of spooks in the forest. When they meet up with Jane, she assures them that there's no such thing as ghosts, but Papa has a plan to have a little fun with the scouts. In the meantime, both Mama and Jane have plans of their own. When the scouts settle down for the night, Papa Bear appears, dressed as a ghost, to scare them. Moments later, Jane appears as a ghost and scares Papa Bear! Finally, Mama Bear joins the fun, decked out in spooky attire of her own. Everyone laughs and re-affirms the fact that there are no such things as ghosts.

The story is a little flimsy, honestly, but the simple idea of telling a ghost story while confirming that ghosts aren't real is a fantastic idea for young readers, who might find Halloween a frightening ordeal - until they're old enough to trick or treat, anyway! Creators Stan and Jan Berenstain are great at their job. The illustrations are wonderful, a little spooky and a tiny bit scary but nothing too much for young children.

- AnnaLovesBooks
When our 4 year old son developed a fear of "things that go bump" in the night, and began imagining ghosts coming out of every piece of furniture in the room, I hauled out this book. We had fun playing "ghost" with each other, and over several days (and nights) of discussion, gradually discovered the fun in being scared, and the difference between fear of the real and imaginary.