The Berenstain Bears Get in a Fight

The Berenstain Bears Get in a Fight

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0394851323

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

"The usually compatible Brother and Sister Bear are fighting--all day long! Mama Bear helps them realize that everyone argues once in a while, even with loved ones."--The Reading Teacher.

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permission in writing from the publisher. e-ISBN: 1-59019-235-4] Ebook conversion by Most mornings, in Bear Country, the sun rose to greet the day and the mockingbird sang its copycat songs outside an upstairs window of the bears' tree house. And inside the tree house Brother Bear and Sister Bear would wake up. Brother and Sister usually got along very well. They took turns nicely with the bathroom. They said "please" and "thank you" at breakfast. They often sat together on

the school bus. And after school they worked together happily on their special project-their own backyard tree house. But one gray morning Brother and Sister didn't get along well at all! Maybe it was the weather-or maybe it was because the mockingbird slept late. But whatever it was. Brother and Sister Bear got into a big fight.... Sister Bear opened her eyes and stretched. Then she sat up and let her legs dangle over the edge of her bed-right in Brother Bear's face. She didn't do it to be

brushing her fur. "You'd better come out of that bathroom!" shouted Brother, banging on the door. "Brother Bear," said Papa, coming out of his bedroom, "you know better than to shout at your sister." "But she's taking too long in the bathroom," complained Brother, "and she's doing it on purpose!" When Brother raised his fist to bang on the door again, it opened and out came Sister, all spruced up. "Good morning, Papa," she said, as nice as you please. "Gr-r-r!" said Brother. Brother and

Sister didn't say "please" and "thank you" that morning at breakfastbecause they weren't speaking to each other. And they didn't sit together on the school bus. Sister sat in the front and Brother sat way in the back. That afternoon they made a line down the middle of their backyard tree house to show which half was whose. It wasn't much fun sitting up there in their tree house not speaking. Especially when it began to rain-hard! Later they kept on being mean by taking back the things they

"Everybody gets into an argument once in a while," she said. "Even folks who love each other very much." "You and I don't have arguments," said Papa. "Oh, yes, we do," said Mama. "No, we don't," argued Papa. "We're having one right now," said Mama, "about whether or not we have arguments!" While Papa thought that one over, Mama went on to say that occasional arguments are part of living together. "We get angry, even call each other names and say things we really don't mean-and after a while

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