The Country Cousins hockey team has been practicing every day for the big game against their rivals, the Beartown Bullies. But when Brother receives a Valentine in the mail from a secret “Sweetie Bear” he doesn’t know what do. Will the Valentine keep him from playing his best at the hockey game or will he learn an important lesson about love?
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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.
|Publish Date||Dec 23, 2013|
|Series||Berenstain Bears/Living Lights|
- Review by April
Happy Valentines Day!
As a mom with two young kids it is hard to even imagine the years when they have crushes and asking if they can date... oh wait just last month my 3 year old son told me he had a girl friend. They just get younger and younger... JK!
Anyways this book is adorable with Brother Bear finding out he has a secret admirer. The big debate for many christian parents is what age should kids start to date. I do believe every parent needs to determine this with their spouse as every child is different! The book did show Brother Bear skating with his admirer but I like that fact that Sister Bear was also there... always having accountability at any age is important.
At the end of the story the author brings back the truth- "Anyone who loves God must also love their brother and sister." (Posted on 2/12/15)