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Berenstain Bears' Knight to Remember.

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  • ISBN: 9781504020732 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 1504020731 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: [United States] : Open Road Media Young Readers : 2015.

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On a beautiful sunny day in Bear Country Park, Brother Bear is riding his skateboard and Sister Bear and her new butterfly friend are skipping rope. Then they notice a sign on the Shagbark Hickory Bulletin Board: Help Wanted! At Archeological Digs. Determined to be the first to apply, Sister and Brother Bear hotpaw it to the Bearsonian Institution and meet Professor Actual Factual. He drives them to the dig, where Sister Bear unearths a medieval suit of armor, complete with a curse. They transport the find back to the museum and assemble the knight, hoping it will attract bears from all over. But the next morning, it comes charging out of the tower room! Will the exhibit go on and give everyone in Bear Country a true knight to remember?
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Subject: Alphabets > Juvenile literature.
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Stan Berenstain (1923–2005) and Jan Berenstain (1923–2012) were a husband-and-wife cartooning team best known for creating the internationally beloved Berenstain Bears. Both born in Philadelphia, they met on the first day of art school, and were married after World War II. Inspired by their children’s love for Dr. Seuss, the Berenstains created a cartoon version of their own family, and with The Big Honey Hunt (1962) began a series that would stretch to more than two hundred volumes.
 
Starring Papa Bear, Mama Bear, Sister Bear, and Brother Bear, the books quickly became popular for their evocative drawings and simple explanations of wholesome themes. The stories sold more than 200 million copies worldwide and have been adapted as movies, television shows, and amusement park attractions. The Berenstains’ younger son, Mike, has overseen the series since his parents passed away, ensuring that it will continue to be popular with each new generation of young readers.


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