The Berenstain Bears The Bear Detectives

The Berenstain Bears The Bear Detectives

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 4

ISBN: 2:00251874

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


When Farmer Brown’s pumpkin goes missing, the Berenstain Bears help crack the case in this classic Beginner Book by Stan and Jan Berenstain. While Brother Bear and Sister Bear and their friends carefully follow the clues, Father Bear constantly jumps to the wrong conclusions. Full of excitement and surprises, The Bear Detectives will have young mystery lovers eager to put on their detective hats and read along.

Originally created by Dr. Seuss, Beginner Books encourage children to read all by themselves, with simple words and illustrations that give clues to their meaning.

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Copyright � 1975 by Stanley and Janice Berenstain. Cover art copyright � 2002 by Berenstain Enterprises, 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. www.berenstainbears.com www.randomhouse.com/kids Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. Berenstain, Stanley. The Bear detectives and the case of the prize

Snuff! We’ll catch that crook. We’ll show you how. Snuff and I will catch the … … cow? Say! Look down there! Do you see what I see? There’s a WHEELBARROW TRACK going by this tree! A good detective writes things down: “Checked out a cow, white and brown.” The track ends here. What shall we do? We’ll look in the book. It says, “Lesson Two. Look all around for another clue.” Humf! You can look around as much as you please. I’m going to follow these carrots and peas … … and

Snuff! We’ll catch that crook. We’ll show you how. Snuff and I will catch the … … cow? Say! Look down there! Do you see what I see? There’s a WHEELBARROW TRACK going by this tree! A good detective writes things down: “Checked out a cow, white and brown.” The track ends here. What shall we do? We’ll look in the book. It says, “Lesson Two. Look all around for another clue.” Humf! You can look around as much as you please. I’m going to follow these carrots and peas … … and

eggshells and corncobs and other stuff. This must be the way! Let’s go, Snuff! Listen, Snuff! Hear that munching? That pumpkin thief is pumpkin lunching! O.K., thief! You’ve munched your last. Your pumpkin-stealing days are past. Look here! Look here, Papa Bear. We found a new clue over there. You see we found a PUMPKIN LEAF … Aha! You’ve found a pumpkin leaf. Just show me where you found this leaf. Then I will find that pumpkin thief. The pumpkin thief! I’ve found him,

at what it says there in your book. Lesson Four— here’s how it goes— “A good detective will USE HIS NOSE!” Hmmmmmmm … Pumpkin seeds, pumpkin shell— and … aha! I smell a PUMPKIN SMELL! The pumpkin was pied by Mrs. Ben. The case is solved. Good work, men! The BEAR DETECTIVES have done it again! MMMMMMM! My dear, you and I will SHARE first prize. ME for the pumpkin, YOU for the pies!

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