This classic Berenstain Bears story is a grand slam way to teach children about nerves and healthy competition Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book from Stan and Jan Berenstain Its time for baseball tryouts and Brother is feeling the pressure Will he be any good Will Sister make the team over him Includes over 50 bonus stickers...
|Title||:||The Berenstain Bears Go Out for the Team|
|Number of Pages||:||497 Pages|
|File Size||:||769 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Berenstain Bears Go Out for the Team Reviews
Too long. My kid was bored. The story is not well thought out. They just made the book to add to their wide offering, The story is not interesting.
My three-year-old grandson loves this book. As with all Berenstain Bears books, The Berenstain Bears Go out for the Team teaches a lesson. In this case, the bears learn that hard work pays off, they learn not to let fear of failing stop them from trying.
This is a great book. My three year old loves baseball and this story is one of the consistent ones before bedtime. We have a Berenstain Bears collection and this book along with "Too much Junk Food" and "Got The Gimmies" keep showing up in mommy's story time chair.
My 6yo son LOVES the Berenstain Bears. With no exaggeration, we read a Berenstain Bears book at least 5 out of 7 nights a week. This is a cute story and adds to the variety that is chosen from each night (thank goodness) :). The Berenstain Bears books always have a a little lesson that the Bear family learns about themselves. In this book, Brother and Sister are nervous about try-outs for a baseball team. They worry whether they'll make the cut, but also Brother's concerned that Sister may make the team and he won't. Mama even becomes an aggravated "bleacher" parent and is reminded "it's only a game".
This book had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish! Do Sister and Brother make the team??? You'll have to buy the book to find out!
great book for little folks
Love all these books!
I purchased this book for a 3 year old nephew of my girlfriend. At one point the sister bear calls brother bear out for being "sexist", which I think is a very valuable lesson, however might be a little more difficult to teach to a young mind. Otherwise the book covers a lot of great lessons on patience and what goes into trying out for a team. They also go over some of the trickier rules of Baseball which is cool.