The Berenstain Bears Honey Hunt Helpers (Paperback)
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A series of faith-based values readers inspired by the classic Berenstain Bears book, The Berenstain Bears and the Good Deed, recently acquired for reprint by Zonderkidz. The Good Deed Scouts are a group of bear cubs who are committed to doing a good deed each and every day. Scouts Brother, Sister, Cousin Fred and Lizzy set forth in each story to find a good deed to do. Each book begins with a Bible verse about the importance of doing good deeds to help others. Each story tells about a different need in the community that the scouts can fulfill, a different way in which they can be of service. By doing good deeds for others, the Good Deed Scouts bring out the best in others as well. Soon those they serve are doing good deeds in return. From this small seed helping and caring for others grows and blossoms throughout the whole community. Biblical values are brought out and Bible verses are quoted.Imparting faith-based values inspired by biblical verses, a series of gentle adventures starring the Berenstain cubs Brother, Sister, Cousin Fred and Lizzy invites youngsters to build reading skills and share uplifting stories about how the Good Deed Scouts help their neighbors and communities through positive, daily activities.
Jan Berenstain is best known for her books featuring the Berenstain Bears, a family of humorous bears that she created in collaboration with her husband, Stan. The couple met as students at the Philadelphia College of Art and began writing children's books when they were unable to find enough funny books to satisfy their son. The duo has made many contributions to the Beginner Books series, which was created by Dr. Seuss in an effort to help children learn to read by using humor and a controlled vocabulary.