The Berenstain Bears and the Golden Rule (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)

The Berenstain Bears and the Golden Rule (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)

Mike Berenstain, Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0310712475

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Should Sister Bear ignore the new girl at school just because her friends do? The Berenstain Bears and the Golden Rule shows children how choosing to be kind may not always be the easy choice. But it is always the right one.

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friends to hang out with. But it never occurred to her that this might be any kind of problem until the new girl came to school. Her name was Suzy MacGrizzie. It seemed like a funny sort of name. For one thing, it had a lot of Zs in it. The new girl herself seemed a little funny too. Her clothes weren’t exactly cool, and she wore her hair up in pigtails, which was definitely not the standard Bear Country School style. Besides, she had thick glasses and braces—not the cool kind with lots of

friends to hang out with. But it never occurred to her that this might be any kind of problem until the new girl came to school. Her name was Suzy MacGrizzie. It seemed like a funny sort of name. For one thing, it had a lot of Zs in it. The new girl herself seemed a little funny too. Her clothes weren’t exactly cool, and she wore her hair up in pigtails, which was definitely not the standard Bear Country School style. Besides, she had thick glasses and braces—not the cool kind with lots of

was just thinking about that golden rule inside my locket,” she explained. “I don’t really get it. What’s it supposed to mean?” “Well,” began Mama. “Let me give you an example. Do you remember that trouble you had when Queenie first moved to town?” Sister perked up and paid attention. She remembered it all too well. “Do you remember how Queenie started an in-crowd but kept you out and made fun of your clothes and hair bow?” Mama asked. “Do you remember how badly you felt?” Boy, did she ever!

Berenstain bears and the golden rule / created by Stan and Jan Berenstain; written by Mike Berenstain p. cm. Summary: Sister Bear learns the true meaning of the golden rule that is engraved in her locket when a new bear arrives at school and no one invites her to play. ISBN-13: 978-0-310-71247-3 (softcover) ISBN-10: 0-310-71247-5 (softcover) 1. Golden rule--Fiction. 2. Friendship--Fiction. 3. Schools--Fiction. 4. Bears--Fiction. I. Berenstain, Stan, 1923- II. Berenstain, Jan, 1923- III.

asked a voice. It was Queenie McBear and her gang. Queenie was older than Sister and a little snooty. When Queenie first came to the neighborhood, she and Sister did not get along at all. Queenie made fun of her and got Sister’s friends to join in. That was Sister’s first experience with an in-crowd—a group that makes itself feel big by making others feel small. “Oh, hi Queenie,” said Sister. “I was just showing the kids my new locket.” Over the years, Sister learned to get along with Queenie.

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