The Berenstain Bears And Too Much Tv
ISBN: 081241389X
EAN13: 9780812413892
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 1, 1984
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 7.8" L x 7.8" W
Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Format: Prebound
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This classic Berenstain Bears story is a perfect way to teach children that it's possible to have too much of a good thing

Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book(R) from Stan and Jan Berenstain. Papa, Brother, and Sister have a new favorite hobby . . . watching TV. But when Mama feels like they are missing out on all the wonderful things around them, she makes a plan to get them away from the TV and into the outdoors. Includes over 50 bonus stickers

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   Too Much TV is Great!!!
Jan and Stan Berenstain do a marvelous job of telling the story of Mama Bear putting her foot down when her family becomes obsessed with television. There is so much more to life than television, Michael Mosley said in an interview. This is a must-have book for any Berestain Bear lover. The book was purchased at a steal of a price, wound up in my mailbox within days of ordering, and is in wonderful condition, Ragin said.
   Good Book, my daughter made me buy every one ...
My daughter made me buy every one for her and she reads them to me before bed. The lessons in these books should be mandatory reading for adults when they turn 21, making the world a more friendly place, he said.
Who doesn't love a Berenstain Bears? These are household names. There are just a handful of such cards left to play, and they seem to be vanishingly rare. As long as the situation calls for it, I get them for my kids. It's the first day of school, and boy are we excited! My 4 yr old is going to be getting a few of these for Christmas this year! Cause Santa knows what's up!
   Before Your Media Detox
It's just that I'm about to start a television detox in my home! In "Naughty Bear's" book, Taylor says the boys are "too naughty" to be called "boys". Sends a great message, that there are other things to do than sit and watch TV, he said. Hopefully this will help us get back to watching TV a lot less, without much whining.
   Excellent children's morality story.
The book is a delightful little story told and illustrated by the Berenstains. The book has a clear message without preaching, and shows how to balance different activities in our lives. I purchased to give me a starting point to talk to my six-year-old about watching too much television, and I will say it fulfilled this purpose admirably, Morgenthau said. Even if the children enjoyed the show, I don't think it's quite as entertaining as some of the Berenstains' other works. It's a fairly good story told by a good writer.
   This was a nice lead-in. It worked nicely when he discovered that ...
It was a book that my three-year-old grandson did not want to read at first. When he read the part where the mother bear turned off all TV's for a week, he was mortified. We're not big fans of Dr. Goin's, but we read this as a prelim to reducing the amount of TV we watch. The plan worked well when he discovered he could still watch TV.
   son loves it
It was a present from my son for his birthday. He's also a huge fan of the Berenstain Bears - he's obsessed with the furry friends so he loves reading this book when he gets a chance.
   Very simple
Loved the book, said Pauley Lefebvre, "it has a great message." Quality time with Mr. Caramore? It's always nice to read good books to kids now days, even if it's just for a few minutes.
   Very nice book
They do teach a lot to kids about life.. they should read the book and have fun with it.
   Good lesson
This book tells children that they need to get outside or play inside. We're losing a lot of time with our kids. It would be great if it said it in a more grown up way so a tween would read it.