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The Berenstain Bears on the Moon (1985)

by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Series: Berenstain Bears (1985)

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Two Berenstain bears and their pup take a rocket ship to the moon.
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Illus. in full color. "In a delightful tale told in rhyme, the Bears cope with weightlessness, meteor showers, and moon dust. A winner for beginning readers."--School Library Journal.
  EKiddieKollege | Aug 15, 2020 |
On another adventure, the Berenstain Bears travel to the moon and arrive home with hopes to travel to the stars one day. I love how the book rhymes, but I would really read it to my class, because of the way the bears achieve their goals. In this case, it could be read to grades PreK-2nd, and again, in a theme about achieving one's goals. ( )
  megfeyer | May 2, 2017 |
The Berenstain Bears on the Moon tells a story of how Brother and Sister Bear went to the moon, and what they saw and did there.

This one is written in verse, rather than prose, and considering the limited story, it's a good thing: "The bears put up a flag, took notes, and collected rocks." wouldn't be nearly as nice to read as "Then they fly their flag./They take moon notes./They collect moon rocks/in their moon rock totes." Not that the poetry is that great, but at least it's a little more interesting this way.

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(The full review is posted on my blog.) ( )
  Sopoforic | Feb 6, 2014 |
The story of two bears traveling to the moon is great to spark the imagination of young children. The book's rhyme scheme also makes it more interesting and entertaining. This would be a great book to introduce young children to science and space. ( )
  LindseyB12 | Feb 13, 2013 |
Brother and sister bear are off to the moon in this rhyming version of the classic Berenstain Bear stories.

A story to read during an exploration of space during a science unit or used during a rhyming lesson. ( )
  runner_roader | May 1, 2011 |
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On the night before the Bears' big day, they look at the moon, far, far away.
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