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Berenstain Bears- "God Made the Colors" and "Thank God for Good Health" Review

The Berenstain Bears Present a New Inspiring Book for Young Christian Readers Based on an Original Favorite

With a new inspiring book from the Berenstain Bears® Living Lights™/I Can Read!™ series by Stan, Jan and Mike Berenstain, kids will never again fear a visit to the doctor. 

THE BERENSTAIN THANK GOD FOR GOOD HEALTH (Zonderkidz; February 2013; $3.99) adds a faith-based message to the 1993 book, The Berenstain Bears Get a Check Up, usingI Can Read! Level 1 simple text, designed for emergent readers.

It’s time for Brother and Sister’s annual checkup in THANK GOD FOR GOOD HEALTH; and nerves are high as the cubs worry about getting a clean bill of health from Dr. Grizzly.  Have the cubs been taking care of their bodies the way God would want? Even Papa Bear will get a lesson in good health!

I know I am thankful for good health, and good health in my family.  This Berenstain Bear book is filled with an adorable story of the cubs going to the doctor for a check up.  

I connected very well with this page: 

I know I pray for my family every day to have good health!  There was also some good humor in the story when Father Bear gets on the scale!  :) :)  

Overall this story is a great story to read to your children in preparation for a doctor visit.  The bear cubs each are brave for a shot and had a great trip to the doctor.  I love how the story involves thanking God for our health!  AMEN to our Papa God for taking care of us and thanks to the writers for sharing about His goodness!  

Revamped to emphasize Christian values, THE BERENSTAIN BEARS: GOD MADE THE COLORS (Zonderkidz; February 2013; $3.99) revisits a classic story using the I Can Read! Level 1 simple text, designed for new readers.

Based on the 1993 book The Berenstain Bears Learn About ColorsGOD MADE THE COLORS follows Brother and Sister Bear on an inspiring walk through the beautiful vibrant landscape of Bear Country.

My Review: 
This easy to read story is fun as it teaches color mixing and also shares things God has created in that color.  

God has created such a beautiful world and this story makes it fun for the young reader to reflect on His beauty.  :)

Thank you Charleen for sending me these books to review.  All opinions expressed are my own and I was not paid for this review.  


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