ISBN: 0394873386
EAN13: 9780394873381
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 12, 1987
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 7.8" L x 7.6" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The crystal skulls have been united in Sterling Temple to complete the great spell. The flow of the seasons has returned, bringing back a life of peace and plenty. This doesn't sit well with Matheus Hawk, who is busy plotting the Realm's destruction, fanning the burning coals of his hatred for the crew of The Griffin. An approaching storm threatens the Realm. In the north, the warrior Queen Morgasta prepares her barbarians for invasion, and across The Great Expanse marches an even greater threat: the Soul Eaters. And with them, the Chaos Storm.

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   Big Hit
I recommend this book to anyone. My 3 year old LOVES baseball and this story is one of the consistent ones before bedtime. We have the Berenstain Bears collection and this book along with the other two, Too Much Junk Food and Got The Gimmies, keep showing up in mommy's story time chair.
 
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   Book Loving Family
Myyo is a huge fan of the Berenstain Bears. We read at least five Berenstain Bears books out of seven nights a week. This is a cute story and adds to the variety that is chosen from each night. Berenstain Bears books always have a little lesson that the Bear family learns about themselves. In "Brother and Sister," two kids are anxious about trying out for a baseball team. They worry whether they'll make the cut, but also Brother's concern is that Sister may make the team and he won't. It's just that game, baby.
 
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   What!? They changed original!
I've had the pleasure of reading all the Berenstein Bear books with my children and grandchildren. But they also taught good lessons in innocent ways. I'm very disappointed to see they changed the original story to now include sisters angry remarks, "I consider that a sexist remark." It's just that his little sister, who is a very typical sibling struggle, now matters what the sexes of the children are!
 
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   Used and Going Woke.
I grew up loving this series and was excited to find out more about them, said Blair. Equal opportunities and rights are fine, but this is too much for a very small child. It's clear that Spartacus is a fraud, and I would urge the government to ban the entire series until they clean it up. I'm returning the book and won't buy again.
 
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   Not our favorite by far
There are so many good Berenstain Bear books out there, it fell flat. My son, 6, has a love of baseball and the B. Bears, and a book explaining how to deal with pressure, seemed like a good fit. But while pressure is mentioned, it doesn't really address the problem, and as another viewer said, having Sister Call Brother in a children's book was unexpected. Good intentions, but there are better ways to encourage equality in ways that young children can understand. While no one wants to see Brother and Sister fail, I can't help but think the story would have been more effective had either one or both not gotten a spot on the team, and shown how they coped with the pressure and disappointment to a positive outcome.
 
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   My Kid was Bored with the Story After Four Pages
The Harrisons’ story is not well thought out, Frey said.
 
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