The Berenstain Bears Don't Pollute

The Berenstain Bears Don t Pollute When careless citizens pose a threat to Bear Country s environment Brother and Sister Bear form the Earthsavers Club Their spirited ecological efforts deliver a timely message about the urgent need t

  • Title: The Berenstain Bears Don't Pollute
  • Author: Stan Berenstain Jan Berenstain
  • ISBN: 9780679823513
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • When careless citizens pose a threat to Bear Country s environment, Brother and Sister Bear form the Earthsavers Club Their spirited ecological efforts deliver a timely message about the urgent need to mend our polluting and wasteful ways.

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    1. Stan Berenstain Jan Berenstain

      Stan and Jan Berenstain often called The Berenstains were American writers and illustrators best known for creating the children s book series the Berenstain Bears Their son Mike joined them as a creative team in the late 1980s.

    758 thoughts on “The Berenstain Bears Don't Pollute”

    1. I love the BB with all my heart and like to read one every morning while I eat breakfast. This one came out in the 90s. Bear country is in danger from pollution, but the science teacher helps make every thing better.

    2. Reasons I don't like this book:1. Parents/adults are the problem and the teachers need to teach the kids this;2. The bully comes up with the idea to "lean" on anybody who doesn't cooperate with the no pollution plan; and3. Papa Bear's bad dream and illustrations of it weren't necessary or appropriate for the storyline or the intended audience of this book.

    3. "The Berenstain Bears Don't Pollute" is not a typical tale of pollution, this story is one that can get through not only on a child's level but also on a grown-up's level as well. It takes a wonderful author that can impact both child and adult within the same novel but Stan Berenstain was able to do this beautifully. I highly recommend this story to parents wanting to explain the harmful effects of pollution to their small children. I enjoy the Berenstain Bears, I have always liked the lessons [...]

    4. This book was published in 1991 by Random House Publishers and is part of the First Time Books series. In this story, the Bear family listens and Papa reads an article in the paper which says Bear Country is in trouble due to pollution. Professor Actual Factual is making quite a fuss about pollution and the harm it does to the environment. Brother bear has a report due on endangered species and he's having trouble finishing it. He thinks that the shape Bear Country is in is dependent on who's lo [...]

    5. In the classic series of Berenstain Bears books, this one is about the family and how they are going to help make their world healthier to live in. The book starts off with Papa bears reading a newspaper story from one of their friends talking about how Bear Country was in serious trouble because of people not taking care of the environment. Papa bear thinks that the whole ordeal isn't a big deal while Mama, sister, and brother Bear think it's a huge deal. Brother and Sister Bear end up going do [...]

    6. Hello Earth Day. This book is all about pollution and why it is harmful and why we shouldn't do it. This would be a great book to share with students on Earth day especially to help give them an idea of the reasons we have Earth Day and what pollution is and why we need to treat the earth with respect. After reading you can have students make a list of all the ways they pollute and challenge them to not pollute for the whole month. Have them put together a clean up plan for cleaning up some of t [...]

    7. The cover of this book appears that it is one of the 'easier' reading books and even has "first time books" on the cover. But that is deceiving. It is a long book that has lots of words on each page, so reading to my 3 year old granddaughter that loves Berenstain Bears she got bored before we were done. The descriptions about conservation, recycling, cleaning up the envioronment etc was much more advanced for a beginning reader and even possibly for a young elementary student. So if this had bee [...]

    8. I read this to several classes yesterday, for Earth Day. It's a typical Berenstain Bears book, with a fun story offering a lesson that isn't too preachy. This time, the cubs learn about pollution from Professor Actual Factual, and they encourage their community to do something about the problem. There's nothing controversial, and if your school is a green one, your students probably practice most of the ideas the bears offer. Some of my students even pointed out how they cut the plastic can hold [...]

    9. Keeping our planet clean is a hard, but important job. Educating our students about what to do to help keep pollution under control is paramount. I would share this book before we start a unit on pollution. The book includes some important vocabulary which would be a great start to this lesson, for example, "ecology," "conservation," and "recycle" are some words that would be good to bring up and ask students what they think they mean. I would love to have students create signs and banners and t [...]

    10. Grade Levels: K-3This popular series features a fun story that discusses environmental issues (i.e. pollution) and the importance of caring for our environment. The connection to habitats of plants and animals is made through the story’s animal characters (i.e. bears). After reading the story, a large group discussion can be held to talk about how the Berenstein Bears solved an environmental issue (i.e. pollution, littering) in their community and how this can be connected to environmental iss [...]

    11. One day Papa Bear reads an article written by Professor Actual Factual talking about pollution in Bear County. To Papa it seems like to much fuss is made over pollution and doesn't feel its a problem in their small town. Brother and Sister Bear meet with the Professor and learn how serious the problem really is. Together they come up with a way to get the message out to kids, who can then hopefully be the voice of reason to their parents.

    12. This is a great book to read to the students during our science unit when we are discussing saving the Earth. It uses fictional characters to share what people can do not to pollute so that our Earth can be saved!

    13. When Bear Country's cubslearn pollution's a fact,they help grownups learnto clean up their act.Brother and Sister learn that there is a pollution problem and organize the other cubs to help raise awareness.

    14. This is a good book to read to the youngers ones. I'm sure pollution is an objective in science and this will be a good book to read for it.

    15. This book has an important message about how we all need to try and help stop pollution to keep the world in good condition.

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