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The Berenstain Bears Holiday Audio Collection - AudioBook CD

The Berenstain Bears Holiday Audio Collection

by Stan and Jan Berenstain

Unabridged 1 CD Audio Book Set

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The Berenstain Bears Holiday Audio Collection - Stan and Jan Berenstain - Audio Book CD  

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About The Berenstain Bears Holiday Audio Collection

Five of the Berenstain Bears' popular books

The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas: This year it appears everyone in Bear Country has gone Christmas-crazy, and Mama Bear is worried the true christmas spirit has been lost. Santa worries equally, and is willing to cancel Christmas! Then it's as much as the Berenstain Bears to change his notice.

The Berenstain Bears Meet Santa Bear: How could Santa's sleigh land without snow? How may he fit down those skinny chimneys? These and additional issues and the true meaning of Christmas are revealed.

The Berenstain Bears' Thanksgiving: The Bear family happily prepares their getaway feast, but risk lurks. The famous monster, Bigpaw, is coming to Bear Country and it's as much as Brother and Sister Bear to conserve the day.

The Berenstain Bears and the Prize Pumpkin: The Bear family might not win the blue ribbon in the pumpkin contest at the Thanksgiving Festival, but they do remember all that there is to be thankful for.

The Berenstain Bears' Comic Valentine: The day of Brother Bear's championship hockey game has arrived. It's moreover the day he finds out the identity of his secret admirer. Who could she be? Brother is in for a big surprise!

Includes an interview with Stan, Jan, and Mike Berenstain.

 

About Stan and Jan Berenstain

Stan and Jan Berenstain began drawing together when they met in Miss Sweeny’s drawing class found on the initial day of art school at Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art (today called The University of the Arts) in 1941.

They both lived in West Philadelphia but on different sides of the line that dictated school assignments, or they could have met much earlier. Both Stan and Jan liked school. They liked to read. They like sports, but, almost all of all, they liked to draw.

Drawing and art became an increasingly significant piece of their lives as they moved on to junior and senior excellent school. Stan’s family stayed in West Philadelphia, thus Stan went to West Philadelphia High School. Jan’s family moved to the suburbs where Jan attended Radnor High School.

When they met found on the initial day of art school, it was their drawings of classical plaster casts that attracted their interest in each additional. A warm friendship developed from their initially meeting.

They invested after-school time together at art museums and Philadelphia Orchestra concerts where they sat in the “peanut gallery” – where many young folks sat. They additionally attended Hedgerow Theater whose repertory consisted of the plays of George Bernard Shaw and William Shakespeare.

Their even closer friendship was interrupted by World War II when Stan went into the Army. He was delivered to technology school at the University of Maine, served in the field artillery, and was selected during a hospital remain to be healthcare artist at an Army plastic operation center in Indiana.

While Stan was in the Army, Jan served found on the civilian front doing technology drawing for military contractors and as a riveter in an aircraft factory.

Stan and Jan married after he returned from his over 3 years service in the Army.

Stan had become interested in cartooning and sold some cartoons to the Saturday Analysis of Literature during his last weeks in the Army. Jan moreover liked doing cartoons and, after they wedded, joined Stan in submitting cartoons to publications. It took them about a year of weekly submissions before they broke into the “big time”. But they shortly became main contributors to such common publications as The Saturday Evening Post and Collier’s and soon thereafter became cover artists for Collier’s.

Their entry into the book company was motivated by a letter from an editor at a New York publishing apartment who liked their magazine cartoons. He asked if they would like to a book.

Having only become parents of the baby boy called Leo, they decided to a book about raising a baby. It was illustrated with their cartoons. It was called Berenstains’ Baby Book. It proven lucrative and led to a amount of books of family humor.

Raising 2 sons – Michael had joined Leo – who liked books, particularly books by Dr. Seuss, Stan and Jan submitted a children’s book to Dr. Seuss who had become the editor of Beginner Books, a Division of Random Home.

They introduced the Bear family of Mama, Papa and Small Bear “who reside down a sunny dirt road deep in Bear Country” in their initially children’s book, The Big Honey Hunt, published in 1962. They did a amount of easy-to-read books under Dr. Seuss’s editorship. They began their own line of books about everyday family experiences with the birth of Sister Bear (Small Bear became Brother Bear) in 1974. The Berenstain Bears New Baby proven lucrative and led to a series of such books that are nevertheless being built. They have dealt with dozens of topics in their family series. Simply when the Berenstains think they’ve run from topics about the challenges of everyday family lifetime, they think of five or six more.

The Berenstains continue to do easy-to-read books too because they believe that encouraging kids to read is regarded as the most crucial factors you are able to do for them.

Over 120 Berenstain Bears books are in print with the publishers Random Home, HarperCollins and Zonderkidz. About 260 million duplicates in the series have been sold.

Younger son, Mike, who had become a lucrative writer/illustrator of children’s books on his own, joined with his parents as piece of the creative team in the late 1980s.

There have been 3 Berenstain Bears TV shows including a PBS series nevertheless shown throughout the US and in other nations. Both the PBS series and most earlier shows are accessible on DVD.

Stan and Jan were constantly interested in theatre, specifically the musical theatre. Their Children’s musicals, The Berenstain Bears on Stage, The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas and The Berenstain Bears’ Family Matters, have been yielded at theaters throughout the nation.

The Berenstain Bears are additionally showcased in numerous children's museum displays including a permanent 1 at the Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, New York.

Stan passed away in November, 2005 at the age of 82. Jan & Mike continue to write and illustrate Berenstain Bears books in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, a breathtaking area that looks for all planet like Berenstain Bear Country.

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