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The Berenstain Bears are, by nature, a happy family eager to embrace new friends. In "The Trouble with Friends," Mama Bear voices her worries that Sister Bear has no friends her own age to play with. Conveniently, a new bear family moves into a nearby tree house and Sister Bear finds a new friend who's just her age. Unfortunately, her new friend's tendency toward bossiness and bragging soon dampens their relationship. "Ring the Bell" finds each of the Berenstain Bears concentrating on an entry for the Bear Country Fair. Taunts from Too Tall Grizzly spur a few ill-considered words from Brother Bear that end in a challenge of strength between Pa Bear and the formidable Two-Ton Grizzly. A school project about good neighbors has Sister Bear re-examining forest animals in "The Neighborly Skunk." After the Woodchuck family moves out of a nearby burrow, the Berenstain Bears despair of having good neighbors when the Beaver and Rabbit families reject the home and it subsequently falls into disrepair. Pa, Brother, and Sister Bear are skeptical when a skunk moves into the dilapidated burrow, but Mama Bear insists the Berenstain family help the skunk fix up his new home. As it turns out, Brother Bear soon discovers that it's very beneficial to have a skunk as a friend. Children ages 3 to 6 will be enraptured by these simple tales starring the lovable Berenstain Bear family--best of all, they'll absorb some wonderful messages about friendship and the importance of keeping an open mind. --Tami Horiuchi
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