The Bike Lesson (Berenstain Bears Series)

The Bike Lesson (Berenstain Bears Series)

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by Stan Berenstain
     
 

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When Brother Bear gets a brand-new bike, he's all set to ride it–that is, after Papa Bear shows him the rules of the road.

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When Brother Bear gets a brand-new bike, he's all set to ride it–that is, after Papa Bear shows him the rules of the road.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780394900360
Publisher:
Random House Children's Books
Publication date:
01/07/2003
Series:
Berenstain Bears Series
Pages:
72
Product dimensions:
6.76(w) x 9.26(h) x 0.42(d)
Age Range:
4 - 7 Years

Meet the Author

Stan and Jan Berenstain were both born in 1923 in Philadelphia.  They didn't know each other as children, but met later at school, at the Philadelphia College of Art.  They liked each other right away, and found out that the both enjoyed the same kinds of books, plays, music and art.  During World War II, Stan was a medical assistant in the Army, and Jan worked in an airplane factory.  When the war was over, they got married and began to work together as artists and writers, primarily drawing cartoons for popular magazines.  After having their two sons Leo and Michael, the Berenstains decided to write some funny children's books that their children and other children could read and enjoy.  Their first published children's book was called The Big Honey Hunt.  It was about a family of bears, who later became known as the "Berenstain Bears."  

Stan and Jan planned all of their books together. They both wrote the stories and created the pictures.  They continued to live outside of Philadelphia in the country.  There are now over 300 Berenstain Bears books.

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The Bike Lesson 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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My three year old son adores this book, and laughs at the father's misfortunes each time. The rhyming patterns are predictable, allowing my son to be able to finish a phrase if I stop at the last word (a game of ours). It may offend some, as it paints the father as a bumbling idiot, but other than that, it's so much fun to read together!