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The Berenstain Bears: God Bless Our Home (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-02 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 29 user ratings
ISBN:0310720893
LANGUAGE:English

"The Berenstein Bears never age! I remember reading them to my sister when I was young, and now to my own children. You can read and reread about these bears and laugh each time. There is something genuine and pure about them and I love that each story gives a clear message.



From the new Living Light Series is God Bless Our Home.

Ahh, contentment, something I know I have struggled with, just as Papa Bear does in this story. The tree house is becoming too small as his bear cubs grow and he feels that they need a larger home. The cubs don't want to leave all the wonderful memories of their tree house though. Can they find a way to work with what they have?

It is all about perspective really. In many other countries, the smallest of homes here is grand over there. Papa Bear and the family relive many memories in this story and continue to grow as a family. I love how the Berenstein books relate to life and guide, without being overbearing.
" said.

"God Bless Our Home takes the readers on a trip with the Bear family down memory lane. Where the family was living before the tree house, what the tree house was like when they first arrived, to how it had and was still growing over time. Though I did not love this book as I do most others in the Berenstain Bears series, I do think it can be helpful with children who are needing a little help with big changes going on in their life. From family additions to moving to other events that result in big changes, this story may be able to help children understand why the changes are occurring and/or why the changes are necessary. I am sure there are a number of children who will love this story, and that it will help them when they need a little extra guidance. The back of the book also provides a mini activities/discussion page. If there is something bothering the child, this extra page can be a way to open a dialogue and allow the child to receive some help that it requires/requests." said.

" Amazing BookI thought this was a look cute totally worth your money! Also this is coming from a kid so take my word for it. " said.

"The Bears are feeling a little crowded, but find a solution to moving in finding the contentment of keeping their old tree. I love this idea of working with what you have to make the best of things, and also the idea of thinking outside of the box in figuring out how to make the most of what you already have.

My only question - why put the baby in the attic, on a separate floor from everyone else? Isn't it time Brother Bear got his own room and Honey could move in with Sister? That's how I would have arranged it.
" said.

"The Berenstein Bears never age! I remember reading them to my sister when I was young, and now to my own children. You can read and reread about these bears and laugh each time. There is something genuine and pure about them and I love that each story gives a clear message.



From the new Living Light Series is God Bless Our Home.

Ahh, contentment, something I know I have struggled with, just as Papa Bear does in this story. The tree house is becoming too small as his bear cubs grow and he feels that they need a larger home. The cubs don't want to leave all the wonderful memories of their tree house though. Can they find a way to work with what they have?

It is all about perspective really. In many other countries, the smallest of homes here is grand over there. Papa Bear and the family relive many memories in this story and continue to grow as a family. I love how the Berenstein books relate to life and guide, without being overbearing.
" said.

"God Bless Our Home takes the readers on a trip with the Bear family down memory lane. Where the family was living before the tree house, what the tree house was like when they first arrived, to how it had and was still growing over time. Though I did not love this book as I do most others in the Berenstain Bears series, I do think it can be helpful with children who are needing a little help with big changes going on in their life. From family additions to moving to other events that result in big changes, this story may be able to help children understand why the changes are occurring and/or why the changes are necessary. I am sure there are a number of children who will love this story, and that it will help them when they need a little extra guidance. The back of the book also provides a mini activities/discussion page. If there is something bothering the child, this extra page can be a way to open a dialogue and allow the child to receive some help that it requires/requests." said.

" Amazing BookI thought this was a look cute totally worth your money! Also this is coming from a kid so take my word for it. " said.

"The Bears are feeling a little crowded, but find a solution to moving in finding the contentment of keeping their old tree. I love this idea of working with what you have to make the best of things, and also the idea of thinking outside of the box in figuring out how to make the most of what you already have.

My only question - why put the baby in the attic, on a separate floor from everyone else? Isn't it time Brother Bear got his own room and Honey could move in with Sister? That's how I would have arranged it.
" said.

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