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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
AHJ - Hardeeville Branch E BER (Text) 30365100133454 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Anderson - Anderson Main Library JE Berenstai Stan (Text) 22960001939825 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -
Anderson - Jennie Erwin Branch JE Berenstai Stan (Text) 22960001939833 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -
Beaufort - Hilton Head Branch E BER (Text) 0530011108244 Juvenile Easy Reader Checked out 10/19/2020
Calhoun - Main Library RDR F BER (Text) 30102100747276 Juvenile Room Available -
Cherokee - Blacksburg Library E Ber (Text) 33636001374760 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -
Cherokee - Blacksburg Library E Ber (Text) 33636002034934 Juvenile Easy Reader Checked out 10/08/2015
Cherokee - Gaffney Library E Ber (Text) 33636000847030 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -
Dorchester - St. George Main Library E BER (Text) 30018006058818 Juvenile Beginning Readers Checked out 10/08/2020
Lee - Bishopville Main Library ER BER (Text) 30045990209388 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780394900285
  • ISBN: 0394900286
  • ISBN: 9780394800288
  • ISBN: 0394800281
  • Physical Description: 63 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Beginner Books, [1962]

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.:
Papa Bear tries to teach Small Bear how to find honey in a honey tree.
Target Audience Note:
NP Lexile
Study Program Information Note:
Accelerated Reader LG 1.7 0.5 9010
Accelerated Reader LG 1.7 0.5 0.5 9010
Subject: Berenstain Bears (Fictitious characters) > Juvenile fiction.
Bears > Juvenile fiction.
Honey > Juvenile fiction.
Stories in rhyme.
Berenstain Bears (Fictitious characters) > Fiction.
Bears > Fiction.
Honey > Fiction.
Stories in rhyme.

STAN and JAN BERENSTAIN began writing and illustrating books for children in the early 1960s, when their two sons, Michael and Leo, were young readers, themselves. They lived on a hillside in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, a place that still looks a lot like Bear County, where they could see deer, wild turkeys, rabbits, squirrels, and woodchucks through their studio window almost every day—but no bears. The Bears lived inside their hearts and minds. The Berenstains' sons are all grown up now. Michael is an illustrator and author who works with mother, Jan, in creating new Berenstain Bears books. Stan and Jan have four grandchildren. Some of them can even draw pretty good bears. With more than 200 books in print, along with videos, television shows, and even Berenstain Bears exhibits at major museums, it's hard to tell where the Bears end and the Berenstains begin!

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