The Berenstain Bears' Report Card Trouble

The Berenstain Bears' Report Card Trouble

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0375811273

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


It’s report card day at Bear County School–a day Brother Bear has been dreading. He’s received horrible marks in all of his classes, except gym. If only his grades were based on how many strike-outs he’s pitched or soccer balls he’s stopped and not on fractions and vocabulary.

There’s not a doubt in his mind that Papa will explode when he sees Brother’s report card. The only question is: will he lower the boom on Brother’s extracurricular activities too?

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world, dear,” said Mama. “It may as well be,” said Brother. “All you have to do is pull your marks up,” said Mama. “By the time I pull my marks up, soccer season will be over. Since I can’t do anything else, I guess I better start hitting the books.” He went back into the house. Supper that night was pretty glum. It was as if the whole house were grounded. Mama and Sister cleared the table quickly so Brother could use it to work on his studies. “Hey, look,” said Papa as he scanned the paper,

world, dear,” said Mama. “It may as well be,” said Brother. “All you have to do is pull your marks up,” said Mama. “By the time I pull my marks up, soccer season will be over. Since I can’t do anything else, I guess I better start hitting the books.” He went back into the house. Supper that night was pretty glum. It was as if the whole house were grounded. Mama and Sister cleared the table quickly so Brother could use it to work on his studies. “Hey, look,” said Papa as he scanned the paper,

a chance without their star goalie. After school, Sister came into the kitchen with a long face and slumped on a chair. “What are you moping about? You’re not grounded,” said Mama. “No,” said Sister, “but I may as well be. With Brother grounded, I’ve got nobody to do stuff with—play video games, rollerblade, practice soccer, or anything.” “You could go over to Lizzy’s,” suggested Mama. “She’s your best friend.” “Maybe so,” said Sister. “But she’s not much of a rollerblader, her mother

percentages. You used to be a whiz at that sort of thing. Why don’t you help him?” But it turned out that Papa was pretty rusty, so Mama helped both of them. Even Sister pitched in. She quizzed Brother on his new vocabulary words. The family lost track of time and got to bed late. It was more of the same the next evening. But besides his regular homework, Brother had to make a model of the solar system. Luckily, Mama had enough fruits and vegetables on hand to do the job. And just as they

978-0-385-37041-7 v3.1 Title Page Copyright First Page It was report card day at Bear Country School. And there they were in their envelopes on each desk when Brother’s class returned from lunch. Most of Brother’s classmates sat right down, took their report cards out of their envelopes, and looked at them. But not Brother. He just sat there and stared at the envelope. Most of Brother’s classmates were pleased with their marks. Most of them had gotten A’s, B’s, and a few C’s. But

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