The Berenstain Bears and the Prize Pumpkin

The Berenstain Bears and the Prize Pumpkin

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0679808477

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Bear family might not win the blue ribbon for their entry in the pumpkin contest during the annual Bear Country Thanksgiving Festival, but they do gain a new appreciation of the true spirit of the holiday and all they have to be thankful for.  

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water The Giant.” He not only watered it on a regular schedule and gave it special plant food, he also covered it with a blanket at night and tucked it in against the cold. One afternoon, the cubs got off the school bus with something important to tell Papa, but they were stopped in their tracks by what they saw... ...he was talking to The Giant. Mama explained that Papa had bought a book from the swindler Raffish Ralph about how to encourage your plants to grow by talking to them. “Well,”

water The Giant.” He not only watered it on a regular schedule and gave it special plant food, he also covered it with a blanket at night and tucked it in against the cold. One afternoon, the cubs got off the school bus with something important to tell Papa, but they were stopped in their tracks by what they saw... ...he was talking to The Giant. Mama explained that Papa had bought a book from the swindler Raffish Ralph about how to encourage your plants to grow by talking to them. “Well,”

the Bears gave thanks for the wonderful meal they were about to enjoy, Sister Bear gave her own special thanks. “I’m thankful,” she said, “that we didn’t win first prize: if we had, The Giant would be on display in front of City Hall instead of being part of the yummy pies we’re going to have for dessert!” As the laughter faded and the Bears thought about the blessings of family, home, friends, and neighbors, they knew deep in their hearts that there was no question about it—indeed they did have

he said. Now it was Mama’s turn to sigh. Thanksgiving was about giving thanks—not beating the pants off Farmer Ben. “Isn’t it a beauty?” Papa said after they admired The Giant. Across the road they could see a field of Ben’s pumpkins. There were lots of fine ones, but none that measured up to The Giant. “There’s homework to be done!” called Mama Bear from the house. As they left, the cubs asked Papa, “Aren’t you coming in?” “Nope,” he said. “I’m going to stay out here a little while and watch

he said. Now it was Mama’s turn to sigh. Thanksgiving was about giving thanks—not beating the pants off Farmer Ben. “Isn’t it a beauty?” Papa said after they admired The Giant. Across the road they could see a field of Ben’s pumpkins. There were lots of fine ones, but none that measured up to The Giant. “There’s homework to be done!” called Mama Bear from the house. As they left, the cubs asked Papa, “Aren’t you coming in?” “Nope,” he said. “I’m going to stay out here a little while and watch

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