THANK YOU STAN BERENSTAIN for being open minded.
So, if your wanting to get this book to actually help answer that question for your children I wouldn't recomend it because it doesn't answer it.
When Mama is at a loss to explain things to Sister, she takes her to church, but she doesn't even ask the minister for help.
my kids felt that this didn't really answer the question or explain enough, but it is an okay book.
we like the Berenstain Bears but I would l d guess there are better... Read more
First of all, let's just get a few things straight:
I grew up on the Berenstain Bears, and I still enjoy reading the older ones (written by Stan and Jan) to my daughter, who... Read more
This is not necessarily a Christian book, don't expect that- but also realize that the Bears are americans, which, are still typically a version of Christian. Read morePublished on March 22, 2009 by joel.
I am Christian and was greatly looking forward to getting this book for my daughter. When it arrived and I read it I was severely disapointed because it never answered the big... Read morePublished on May 22, 2008 by Wendy Brown
I'm tired of people complaining about how the world is not open to their views. Those people are completely closed to the Christian view. Read morePublished on August 3, 2006 by ;D
I grew up with the Berenstain Bears, reading them and having them read to me both as a connection with the outside world and a symbol of morality. Read morePublished on June 13, 2006 by Alex Nuan
I was a fan of the Berenstain Bears as a kid and as I grew up I respected the way they could address difficult issues in an open minded, positive, and non-biased manner. Read morePublished on April 24, 2006 by Zappaphile
I am a christian and got to say that this book was not meant to change your life or make you take a leap of faith but the whole book is focused on Sister's question "Who is God? Read morePublished on June 16, 2005