The Bear Scouts Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-26 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 29 user ratings

" the characters and stories of the berenstain bears teaching children early learning concepts. " said.

" Short and sweet acknowledgement of boy scouts. " said.

" This is such a fun book. And in that I was a scout...well, I loved it. " said.

" A fun book to read, but a bit harsh on the hapless Papa Bear! " said.

" Brilliant! Great catchy story with a good moral and pictures that are descriptive. I love how it is written in a way that makes the kids pay attention to what is going on by looking at the pictures, as well as listening to the words. " said.

" This is another great Berenstain adventure. I love the rhythm of this book and how Papa Bear just keeps getting in to trouble. Of course, the good Bear Scouts are able to rescue Papa Bear. My son enjoyed hearing this story as well. " said.

" I actually threw this one into the trash after I read it to the kids, and I'm probably going to scrub the bookshelves of the rest of these books. They typically portray the father as a buffoon who causes trouble for himself and everyone else. The kids don't respect him and the mother nags on him. Children can be taught lessons that don't always come at the expense of the father, so I'll be looking for those books instead. " said.

"Another of the original Berenstain Bear books for early readers, the good ones. In rhyming text, Brother's bear scout troop sets off for a camping trip, taking their handy bear scout manual and following its advice. Papa Bear, however, comes along to 'show them what to do' (or rather, what not to do, by doing all the wrong things and not following directions!).

I think it's good to call these volumes out as opposed to the preachy, non-rhyming later Berenstain franchise. If you are into respect for parental authority, this is one of the books you would not like: the reversal of authority here is just as strong as in Berenstain Bears Picnic or Ride a Bike. I personally don't think a steady diet of this alone would be good for kids, but having a Papa at home who is disinclined to follow the instructions for anything I think they do convey a healthy dose of skepticism about taking short cuts, not following the directions, and 'knowing best.' :)
Besides, the child competence/parental incompetence is a time tested crowdpleaser.
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