Berenstain Bears - Trick or TreatSKU:KAB0041
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The Berenstain Bears videos are based on the best-selling books by Stan and Jan Berenstain that have sold more than 260,000,000 copies worldwide. Known and loved by children of all ages these fun and educational videos teach social skills, character traits, friendship skills and more.
Set in the rolling hills of Bear Country, this animated comedy stars a fun loving family of honey Bears, Mamma, Pappa, Brother and Sister, whose love, loyalty and humour allow them to overcome any obstacle that finds its way down to their sunny dirt road. The funny, familiar experiences of this bear family are easy for kids to identify with and learn from.
Includes the folowing episodes:
- Trick or Treat- Brother and Sister plan to avoid Widder Jones’ house when they go trick or treating because neighborhood lore has it that she’s a witch. Mama knows Widder Jones personally and tells the cubs what a sweet person she is. When the evening is over the cubs agree with Mama. They enjoyed visiting Widder Jones more than anyone else that Halloween.
- The Haunted Lighthouse- When the Bear Family vacations in an old lighthouse rendered obsolete by modern technology, they discover that it's rumoured to be haunted. Although the cubs encounter mysterious sights and sounds, they're anything but spooked. In fact Brother and Sister actively pursue the clues to the point where they not only reveal the 'ghost' but come up with a way to give new life to the old lighthouse as well as the old lighthouse keeper.
- The Stinky Milk Mystery- When Bother and Sister accidentally allow Farmer Ben’s cows to get loose from their pen, his farm dog helps herd them back and the cubs decide not to tell Farmer Ben, afraid he won’t invite them back for another visit. However when the cows’ milk mysteriously turns sour, the cubs fear that something must have happened when the cows were loose and that they’re responsible. Now they’re doubly afraid to tell the truth. Twigging that something is up, Papa casually tells the cubs a story about how he once made things a lot worse when he didn’t fess up to something he did. That’s enough to help the cubs make the right decision and they race off back to Farmer Ben’s and tell him what happened. Farmer Ben is pleased they told the truth and that they’ve learned their lesson and the cubs are relieved to find that the cows are fine. Their milk only went sour because they must have eaten onion weed when they were out of the pen.