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Summary: In the story, Sister and Brother get into trouble around their house. The siblings blame each other for the wrongdoings and are not able to come up with solution. This is until Papa and Mama explain that they are both at fault. This is when Sister and Brother decide to help with a solution by cleaning up the house.

Reflection: Great book when teaching responsibility. It shows that in certain situations both people can be at fault.
  julie.gesinger | Feb 2, 2016 |
Members of the Bear family try to solve their problems without playing the blame game of arguing over who is responsible for every disaster.
  Cottonwood.School | Sep 25, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0679887431, Paperback)

Who's to blame? That's what everyone always wants to know. But the kernal of wisdom at the heart of this latest First Time Book is who really cares? Because -- let's face it -- there's always enough blame to go around. What matters is how we work together to fix the problem.  

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Members of the Bear family try to solve their problems without playing the blame game of arguing over who is responsible for every disaster.

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