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The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag

The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag
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In this newest Berenstain Bears Living Lights 8x8 book, The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag, Brother and Sister learn that being proud of your accomplishments is fine as long as you remember your talents are gifts from God.
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In this newest Berenstain Bears Living Lights 8x8 book, The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag, Grizzly Gramps teaches Brother and Sister a valuable lesson about bragging and boasting.

When he happens to overhear the cubs bickering about who can see the most unusual cloud formations, Gramps puts a stop to the argument. He reminds them that being proud of a special talent from God is one thing, but bragging about it is foolish. “Pride goeth before a fall!”

Contributor Mike Berenstain
Short Bio Mike Berenstain

Mike Berenstain grew up watching his parents, Stan and Jan, working together to write and draw these lovable bears. Eventually he started drawing and writing about them too.

UPC 025986734794
ISBN-10 0310734797
ISBN-13 9780310734796
Publish Date Dec 23, 2014
Weight (lbs) 0.1800
Length 24.00
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Zonderkidz
Price $3.99
Format Paperback
Language English

Customer Reviews

Review by Jalynn
Overall Rating
As a child my mother would remind me of Proverbs 16:18, often. So much so that I use it with my own children. God doesn't like a bragger. And in the addition of The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag, Gramps reminds the cubs of this very thing. The cubs were arguing over their topping each other as they imagine different cloud formations. Soon the cubs realized how silly it was to brag over such things. We as adults do the same thing. Pride is NOT a good thing in the eyes of the Lord.



The Berenstain Bears series, is a good series now just like it was years ago to teach our children to do better and act better! We own several books and movies of the beloved bear family!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from my participation in the Z Blog Squad. (Posted on 1/19/15)
Review by Sally
Overall Rating
How can you not love the Berenstain Bear Family? This lovable whimsical family teaches young children love and acceptance through their antics. In “…and the Biggest Brag”, your child will learn the dangers of bragging about talents you may have. Brother and sister bear learn it is foolish to brag about their talents and how they should use their talents for good.

I love at the end of each book there is a page devoted to activities and questions to help your youngster better understand the meaning of the story.

I highly recommend this book for children ages 4-8, but it can also serve as a reminder for an older child. The illustrations are adorable and will keep the youngest child wanting to turn the pages.

Disclosure: I was given a copy of this Book by the publisher, ZonderKidz, for an honest review. I was not required to write a favorable review nor was I compensated for my review. The opinions in this review are my own. (Posted on 1/15/15)
Review by Zac
Overall Rating
I was rather impressed with The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights). After reading some of the Living Lights series of The Berenstain Bears, I had about written off the series, but I’m glad I didn’t. I really felt this book got back to The Berenstain Bears that I grew up reading about.

I enjoyed this story as I read about Brother and Sister Bear bragging to each other and Grizzly Gramps setting them straight. I liked how the book talked about things I think many kids could relate to, such as getting a certain grade in school and sports. I also enjoyed how the book went a little more extreme with the cubs arguing over something as simple as what the clouds looked like.

I think this book can give parents some good talking points with their children as well provide a relatable story without a lot of lecture. I am glad I gave this series another chance and I’m excited to read new books in the series.

*I received a free copy of this book to facilitate this review. (Posted on 1/13/15)
Review by thatbaldchick
Overall Rating
My oldest two kids are only 14 months apart and both are competitive, so we see our fair share of bragging wars. I've been trying to teach them to boast in God alone. They are getting better, and this book is a great way to reinforce the lesson.

***Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): As a member of the Z Blog Squad, I received the aforementioned product from Zondervan to facilitate this review.*** (Posted on 1/7/15)
Review by The IE Mommy
Overall Rating
Let's face it; nobody likes the kid that brags! And as moms, nobody wants the kid that brags to be theirs! Hearing anything boastful come out of my kids mouths is cringe worthy! My kids don't have a huge problem with this but there have been moments in certain situations that I have heard bragging and it's something I instantly want to nip in the bud!

The Berenstain Bears always provide great moral lessons for my kids and The Biggest Brag is no exception!

Brother and Sister bear demonstrate exactly the way bragging occurs in my house. One kid will say something like "I scored a goal in my soccer game" like sister and brother has to one up it with "I scored the winning goal in my game and set up another goal with a corner kick!" I think kids somehow naturally feel challenged and the need to be the best so this is usually where bragging starts.

Their bragging goes from bad to worse and I found myself laughing out loud at their one upping each other with what they see in the clouds because it just becomes ridiculous. Sadly, it is very true to life and I have heard similar conversations.

Luckily Gramps comes along to give them a Bible lesson and put it all in perspective. I used this as an opportunity to talk to my kids about how unbiblical bragging is and the dangers of being prideful. I think the ridiculousness of the cloud situation helped them to see how it sounds because they were laughing during this part because it seemed so silly. I made sure to let them know that's exactly how they sound to me in similar conversations.

The Berenstain Bears and The Biggest Brag was a great little lesson for my kids and one they needed to hear! (Posted on 1/1/15)

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