The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Junk Food by Stan BerenstainThis is a good story. It is also a speck preachy... or more than a speck. At the same time, it is a great message. Sugar has made an addict of me and I hate feeling so out of control with it. Junk food is too much around us and I always want it. So, the story has a true message, a good message. The candy does look so colorful and it made me want junk food.
There is a little bit of body shaming in this one, but this is an 80s mindset. This feels more like a Jan Berenstain idea.
The kids like these books and they have fun with them. They thought it was a great book and it made them want candy also. Funny, how simply seeing drawings of candy make you crave candy.
The Berenstain Bears and The Great Honey Pipeline
The Berenstain Bears (1985 TV series)
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It aired in the United States from September 14, until March 7, on CBS with 52 minute episodes in 26 half-hour shows produced; each show consisted of two episodes, the first being an adaptation of one of the books, the second being an original story. The series tells the story of a bear family that lives in a tree; the bears are just like humans. Each episode follows the struggles of the family, mainly the cubs. Bear's attempts of honey gathering, interaction with forest creatures, and attempts by villains to take over Bear Country, it states that Brother Bear is in 2nd Grade then in 3rd Grade while Sister Bear is in kindergarten then in 1st Grade. Queen Nectar and Jake are not bears but they do talk and interact with the humanoid bears. There are many other background characters that live in the nearby forest land; The bears live among the forest and nature just as they did in the television specials. The main antagonists of the series are the swindler Raffish Ralph and occasionally Weasel McGreed, seen in six episodes.
It aired on the United States from September 14, until March 7, on CBS with over 52 minute episodes in 26 half-hour shows produced. Each show consisted of two episodes, the first being an adaptation of one of the books, the second being an original story. During the early s, reruns were later seen as part of a syndicated kids' programming block from DiC Entertainment which primarily aired on some stations of FOX and the now-defunct UPN , but the episodes were edited and time-compressed by DiC. The series has not been seen on American television since The series tells the story of a bear family that lives in a tree, the bears are just like humans. The series teaches lessons and much more. Each episode follows the struggles of the family, mainly the kids.
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