The Berenstain Bears and the Mama's Day Surprise

The Berenstain Bears and the Mama's Day Surprise

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 037581132X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Mother’s Day is coming, and Mama Bear knows that Papa and the cubs are going to surprise her. She also knows that Mother’s Day in the tree house is going to be one big, messy success that she’ll have to clean up. But maybe, just maybe, Papa and the cubs have cooked up a really big surprise for Mama this year! Featuring greeting card gatefold.

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in the dark. Papa even slipped and almost fell down the stairs, but the cubs caught him. Mama lay awake getting ready to be surprised. But it wasn’t easy. From the sound of it, things didn’t seem to be going well down in the kitchen. The sound of an eggbeater was to be expected. But then there was a big clunk. What happened? Oh, dear. It wouldn’t be the first time Papa dropped the bowl while he was beating eggs. And what was that burnt smell? They must have burnt the toast. Mama

going to take me a week to clean up the mess. Thank goodness Mother’s Day comes just once a year. But out of the wreckage of broken crockery, spilled eggs, burnt toast, and sticky honey, Papa and the cubs had managed to put together a beautiful breakfast tray of Mama’s favorites: honeyed French toast with blueberries, sassafras tea, and even a small vase of red roses. Mama sighed. It was so beautiful that it was almost worth the terrible mess they had made. But now they were coming

out of the kitchen and heading for the stairs. Mama had to get out of there or the whole surprise would be ruined. She scurried up the stairs and climbed back into bed. She pretended to be just waking up when they came into the room with her breakfast tray. “Happy Mother’s Day!” said Brother and Sister. “Happy Mother’s Day, my dear,” said Papa as he placed the tray on the bed and plumped the pillow behind Mama’s back. “Mother’s Day?” said Mama. “Well, I suppose it is! How lovely! All

her cubs a great big Mama Bear hug.

size of her old threadbare one. But she pretended not to notice. As the big day drew closer, Mama made sure to stay out of the way when she thought they might be wrapping presents. Finally it was the night before the morning of the big surprise. Papa and the cubs were doing their best not to let on that anything the least bit special was happening. But their secret smiles gave them away. “Now, here’s the plan,” said Papa while Mama was off putting baby Honey Bear to bed. “I’m setting my

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