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Book Title: The Birds, the Bees, and the Berenstain Bears|
The author of the book: Stan Berenstain
ISBN 13: 9780679889595
Format files: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
The size of the: 378 KB
Date of issue: January 25th 2000
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This book was published in 2000 by Random House Publishers and is in the First Time Books series. This story tells us about Sister bear and all of the things she likes to do and the things she wonders about, for instance, why the sky is blue. One day, Sister bear notices Mama bear's lap is getting smaller. Sister bear asked her mama and wondered if it was because she'd been eating too much. Mama bear tells Sister bear that she'll be having a baby. Mama went on to explain that mamas have a special place in their body called a womb where babies start to grow. Mama explains that the baby will live there in the womb for many months. Then Sister wanted to know how the baby would come out so Mama invited her to a doctor appointment and Sister went! Dr. Gert explained that when a baby is born, it's called a delivery. She also explained how she was taking an ultrasound of the baby to see how it's growing. Finally, Sister got to ask Dr. Gert her question about how babies get out of the womb and Dr. Gert told her about the birth canal. On their way home that day, they saw many animals in the wild and mama explained that there are mama and papa animals who create babies too. Mama explained to Sister that there are male and female animals and plants and humans. The baby in Mama's womb grew and grew and finally the day of delivery came! Mama and Papa left Brother and Sister Bear with Mrs. Grizzle and they called when the baby was born. Brother wanted a brother and sister wanted a sister. The cubs arrived at the hospital and learned that the new baby could cry and squirm and wiggle and wet and even hold onto fingers. Most importantly, mama's lap was back! The story doesn't tell us the sex of the baby, but asks the reader to write in their suggestions on the sex and name of the baby. (We know now, 16 years later, that it was a little girl bear named "Honey").
The take home lesson from this story is that children can learn some of the scientific and realistic terms related to conception, pregnancy and the birth of babies. Children can make comparisons to animals and some plants which also reproduce sexually. Children who have younger siblings on the way or who have natural questions about where babies come from can have many questions answered, or at least have talking points to work on with their parents and/or loved ones.
Read information about the authorStan and Jan Berenstain (often called The Berenstains) were American writers and illustrators best known for creating the children's book series the Berenstain Bears. Their son Mike joined them as a creative team in the late 1980s.
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