The Berenstain Bears love teaching their friends new things in this action-packed addition to the classic New York Times bestselling series. Brother Bear and Sister Bear are teaching the younger bears to play T-ball. But it's tough when the cubs don't know the difference between running to home plate and running home! Will Brother Bear and Sister Bear be able to put together a winning team? The Berenstain Bears Play T-Ball is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
The Berenstain Bears are ready to cheer on their favorite baseball team in this new action-packed addition to the classic New York Times bestselling series. The family enjoys everything the ball game has to offer, from the seventh-inning stretch to catching a fly ball. Papa even takes a shot as the team’s mascot! The Berenstain Bears: We Love Baseball! is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
When Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear play ball instead of clean out their playhouse, will they ever finish their task? The Berenstain Bears Get the Job Done shows children how putting in a good day’s work can be fun and feel rewarding. Young readers will appreciate seeing hard work pay off in Get the Job Done the newest Berenstain Bears® Living Lights™ Level One I Can Read.
The Berenstain Bears win big for their family in this exciting addition to the classic New York Times bestselling series. From passing the ball to scoring goals, there's enough excitement on the soccer field to fill a sunny afternoon, but when Mama starts getting too involved, it's up to the cubs to remind her what playing soccer is really all about! The Berenstain Bears: We Love Soccer! is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
Written from a parent's perspective, this book gives a candid and thoughtful account of one family's trek through the world of Asperger Syndrome. The author makes it very clear that, while professional help can be necessary, parents are in the best position to make a difference in their children's lives and should be in control of, and involved in, their children's care and education. She offers practical and positive advice on topics including * diagnosis and self-diagnosis * dealing with your own reactions and those of others * types of school and homeschooling * medication * dietary issues. Written in clear, straightforward language, the book does not promote any particular therapy or prescribe fixed solutions, but aims to help parents to ask good questions and come up with answers to suit their own circumstances and children. Full of humour and common sense, Hitchhiking through Asperger Syndrome will make encouraging, inspiring and entertaining reading for all parents of children with Asperger Syndrome.