The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Junk Food

The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Junk Food

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0394872177

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Mama Bear lays down the law when she notices that Papa and the cubs are getting too chubby. With the help of Dr. Grizzly's slide show on how the body works, the Bear family makes a healthful adjustment in their diet and fitness habits. "A most enjoyable introduction to good nutrition and exercise."--(starred) Science Books & Films.

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Copyright © 1985 by Berenstains, Inc. All rights reserved under International and Pan American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by Random House, Inc., New York, and simultaneously in Canada by Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data: Berenstain, Stan. The Berenstain bears and too much junk food. SUMMARY: Mama Bear starts a campaign to convince her family that they are eating too much junk food. 1. Children’s stories,

strengthen our bodies, they just pile up as extra fat—like this!” She took a pinch of Papa’s waist and got quite a handful. “Ouch!” said Papa. “And even worse—they fill you up, so you’re not hungry for the food your body really needs.” And as the Bears were leaving—“Just a minute!” she added. “Uh-oh! A shot!” thought the cubs. But that wasn’t it at all. “Exercise!” called the doctor. “An exercise program is important for good health too—and it will work off those extra inches!”

The Bears started a family program of jogging and exercise. So when the Bear Country Three Mile Run was announced, they were all slimmed down and ready. Though they didn’t win, they didn’t come in last, either—not even Papa. And they won a prize for being the only family to finish the whole race. They were all excited and proud—especially Papa. “I know what!” he said. “Let’s celebrate by opening up the freezer and—” “Have a carrot stick!” interrupted Brother. “And some nuts

the birds, nuts and acorns for the squirrels, grass and dandelions for the rabbits, more than enough flies for the frogs, and plenty of good, nourishing food for the Bears: honey, of course, but more important, lots of fruits, vegetables, milk, fish, and fowl. v3.1 CONTENTS Cover Title Page Copyright First Page Bear Country, where the Bear family lived in the big tree house down a sunny dirt road, was a happy place. And a healthy place. There were lots of cozy nooks and

right past the sweets and goodies and stocked up on whole grain bread and cereal and fresh milk and cheese. Then she chose some fine looking oranges and bananas—two fruits that didn’t grow in her orchard. While she was waiting in the checkout line, someone said, “I’m glad to see that cartload of nutritious food, Mama Bear.” It was Dr. Grizzly, the Bears’ family doctor. “You must believe in good food for a healthy body.” “I certainly do,” said Mama. “But I’m not sure about the rest of

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