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The Berenstain Bears Say Their Prayers (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights) Paperback – September 28, 2008
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Before reading this lovely book, my 3 year old son would say the standard, "Now I lay me down to sleep...." prayer. But seeing the Berenstain Bears prayer for specific things, it opened his mind to include EVERYTHING.:)
A good book to teach an important lesson!
It's clear that this book thinks prayer is a great idea and that prayer is powerful. It's just displayed in a lousy way to little children. As if Mama and Papa Bear weren't bad enough, towards the end of the story, a prayer incident comes into play with Brother Bear and Cousin Freddy. Cousin Freddy is trying to teach brother that sometimes the answer to a prayer is "no," sometimes it's "yes," and still sometimes it's "not right now." This whole "lesson learning" opportunity essentially gets over-looked because the whole story should have been written based on Brother Bear and Cousin Freddy's discussion about their life lesson, instead of just throwing some details about the story on a couple of pages. Instead, the largest portion of this book consisted of the grownups whining. No one likes a whiner, especially when it comes to one in classics like the Berenstain Bears.Read more ›
It also helps them learn good sportsmanship as well.
It was just the right length for my 4 year old.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought to use as a card for a baby gift. Wrote a not in the book to be shared when the baby gets older.Published 8 days ago by S.Christ
I bought for a gift, but I think my grandson is still too young for it.Published 14 days ago by Rachel
Love these learning books for children! Purchased for Christmas gift for grandson. Had purchased Berenstain Bears books when my children were young.Published 27 days ago by MAPA93
This was a Christmas gift for my Nephew...he loved it!Published 1 month ago by Margaret T. Michalec