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The Berenstain Bears and the New Girl in Town Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-09-15 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings
ISBN:0679836136
LANGUAGE:English

" I liked the pictures. It was a book for eight year olds and older. It was okay but I think I would like it when I get bigger. " said.

" When I was younger, I used to love this book. It was one of my favourites. Looking back on it now, it seems cheesy. But everything seems so much cooler when you're young, right? It was a nice little book about those "first loves". " said.

"A humorous but cheesy Berenstein Bears retelling of Romeo and Juliet. Brother Bear experiences his first crush, which inadvertently revives an old family feud. Papa Bear always kids his son about it, until the feud resurfaces. The book is quite humorous at times : like blurting “Do I know the formula for WHAT? For a HEART?” as Brother and and the girl in question work on math homework. And then when asked a geometry-related question by a teacher Brother responds “a heart,” making everyone roar with laughter.

Clever if predictable (both storyline-wise and through a simple reading of the blurb). And Brother Bear turning red after after Bonnie kisses him is one of the oddest illustrations ever.
" said.

"It seems to weird to see Brother Bear old enough to be interested in girls. But this book takes that crush, crosses it with Romeo and Juliet and STILL manages to come up sounding fresh and interesting. THIS book I liked, a lot.

What really made this book work for me was taking things so far beyond the basics. We not only get to experience Brother's own difficult feelings regarding his first love, but also what happens when parents put pressure on their kids about who they can and can't be close to. This is something I could really relate to as I grew up not allowed to interact with kids who had divorced parents (but here I am, not only divorce but remarried as an adult) which only goes to show that parents of all generations have found idiotic reasons to keep people apart. These perceived differences are so damaging to our children. I only hope that the lessons of this book carry through in the child readers who are enjoying this story now, into their adult years.

It's books like this that help make the difference.
" said.

" I liked the pictures. It was a book for eight year olds and older. It was okay but I think I would like it when I get bigger. " said.

" When I was younger, I used to love this book. It was one of my favourites. Looking back on it now, it seems cheesy. But everything seems so much cooler when you're young, right? It was a nice little book about those "first loves". " said.

"A humorous but cheesy Berenstein Bears retelling of Romeo and Juliet. Brother Bear experiences his first crush, which inadvertently revives an old family feud. Papa Bear always kids his son about it, until the feud resurfaces. The book is quite humorous at times : like blurting “Do I know the formula for WHAT? For a HEART?” as Brother and and the girl in question work on math homework. And then when asked a geometry-related question by a teacher Brother responds “a heart,” making everyone roar with laughter.

Clever if predictable (both storyline-wise and through a simple reading of the blurb). And Brother Bear turning red after after Bonnie kisses him is one of the oddest illustrations ever.
" said.

"It seems to weird to see Brother Bear old enough to be interested in girls. But this book takes that crush, crosses it with Romeo and Juliet and STILL manages to come up sounding fresh and interesting. THIS book I liked, a lot.

What really made this book work for me was taking things so far beyond the basics. We not only get to experience Brother's own difficult feelings regarding his first love, but also what happens when parents put pressure on their kids about who they can and can't be close to. This is something I could really relate to as I grew up not allowed to interact with kids who had divorced parents (but here I am, not only divorce but remarried as an adult) which only goes to show that parents of all generations have found idiotic reasons to keep people apart. These perceived differences are so damaging to our children. I only hope that the lessons of this book carry through in the child readers who are enjoying this story now, into their adult years.

It's books like this that help make the difference.
" said.

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