The Berenstain Bears' Funny Valentine

The Berenstain Bears' Funny Valentine

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0375811265

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and Sister Bear has big plans to get the attention of Herbie Cubbison, the cutest cub in class. And she’s going to let that no-good nuisance, Billy Grizzwold, know exactly how she feels about him and his never-ending pranks. But when Sister receives an extra-special valentine, she might just have to rethink her planned Valentine’s Day massacre.

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lunch box?” “I suppose not,” said Mama. “But—” “There are no buts about it, Mama,” continued Sister. “That Billy Grizzwold is a no-good nuisance and if he doesn’t stop bothering me …” “Why don’t you ask your boyfriend, Herbie Cubbison, to make him stop?” said Brother, who had come back to the table. “Boyfriend? Boyfriend?” shouted Sister. “You take that back!” “Everyone knows that Sister Bear has a huge crush on Herbie Cubbison.” “Mama, make him take that back!” cried Sister. “I’ve hardly

ever said a word to Herbie Cubbison! Brother’s the big valentine sweetheart around here.” “That’ll be quite enough!” said Papa. “Valentine’s Day is supposed to be fun. It’s not supposed to be a shouting match.” “Well, I’ll stop if he’ll stop,” grumped Sister. “And I’ll stop if she’ll stop,” grouched Brother. Papa put a finger to his lips and they both stopped. Sister didn’t have to make a special valentine for Billy Grizzwold. She found the perfect one for him at the card store. It showed

class. It got me in a peck of trouble.” “How about that awful boy?” asked Sister. “Didn’t he get in trouble?” “Oh, yes. From time to time!” said Mama. “But after a while, he straightened out, got married, and raised a family. He became a solid citizen.” “Do I know him?” asked Sister. “Yes,” said Mama. “He’s sitting right over there. It was your papa.” Sister looked over at Papa, whose face was buried in the newspaper. The next day, Billy Grizzwold came over to Sister at recess. “Can I ask

you something?” he said. “I guess so,” said Sister. “Could we sit together at the assembly tomorrow?” “You won’t bring any worms or toads?” “Nope,” said Billy. “I promise.” “Okay,” said Sister. So the next day, Billy and Sister sat together at assembly. He brought her a flower. It was a daisy. Sister forgot all about Herbie Cubbison. And that afternoon, Sister pressed Billy’s daisy in a book.

you something?” he said. “I guess so,” said Sister. “Could we sit together at the assembly tomorrow?” “You won’t bring any worms or toads?” “Nope,” said Billy. “I promise.” “Okay,” said Sister. So the next day, Billy and Sister sat together at assembly. He brought her a flower. It was a daisy. Sister forgot all about Herbie Cubbison. And that afternoon, Sister pressed Billy’s daisy in a book.

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