The Berenstain Bears Hurry to Help (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)

The Berenstain Bears Hurry to Help (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)

Mike Berenstain, Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 40

ISBN: B003ZUXZ90

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


There will be lots of bears who will need help today. I can feel it in my bones. Follow me, Scouts!” said Papa.
It’s time for the Bear Scouts to earn their Good Deed Merit Badge. But things get a little crazy as scoutmaster, Papa Bear looks for someone who really needs their helping hands…and instead causes quite a lot of trouble in Bear Country.

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good deed and get your merit badges.” “We’re coming, Miz McGrizz!” shouted Papa. “We will help you cross the street!” “Stop!” shouted Miz McGrizz. “I don’t want to cross the street. I was waiting for a bus. Look! Now I’ve missed it!” “Sorry about that,” said Papa as Miz McGrizz chased them down the street. “Do not worry, Scouts,” said Papa. “We will find somebody to do a good deed for.” “Look!” he shouted. “Farmer Ben has fallen from his tractor, and the tractor is running away! A perfect

good deed and get your merit badges.” “We’re coming, Miz McGrizz!” shouted Papa. “We will help you cross the street!” “Stop!” shouted Miz McGrizz. “I don’t want to cross the street. I was waiting for a bus. Look! Now I’ve missed it!” “Sorry about that,” said Papa as Miz McGrizz chased them down the street. “Do not worry, Scouts,” said Papa. “We will find somebody to do a good deed for.” “Look!” he shouted. “Farmer Ben has fallen from his tractor, and the tractor is running away! A perfect

we get into trouble,” said Scout Fred. “But not this time!” shouted Papa. “Look up on the edge of that cliff. That car is in trouble. I can feel it in my bones! Follow me!” But when they got to the top of the mountain, the car was not in trouble. “We’re just enjoying the lovely view of God’s creation,” said the bears in the car. The scouts looked at Papa. Papa looked at the scouts. “Well, you see,” said Papa. That’s when Papa slipped and fell. Down, down, down the mountain he rolled,

onto the town dump at the foot of the mountain. “I don’t feel so good,” said Papa. “My leg hurts. My arm hurts. I hurt all over. I can feel it in my bones.” “Papa is hurt,” said Sister. “How will we ever get him home?” “Look!” said Brother. He was pointing at an old wheelbarrow that somebody had thrown away. The scouts helped Papa into the wheelbarrow. It wasn’t easy. Papa was heavy. But those three scouts pushed and pulled until at last they got Papa home. The scouts were sad. “Why are

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