The Berenstain Bears' Funny Valentine

The Berenstain Bears' Funny Valentine

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0375811265

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and Sister Bear has big plans to get the attention of Herbie Cubbison, the cutest cub in class. And she’s going to let that no-good nuisance, Billy Grizzwold, know exactly how she feels about him and his never-ending pranks. But when Sister receives an extra-special valentine, she might just have to rethink her planned Valentine’s Day massacre.

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a scary-looking Frankenbear-type monster with a bolt on each side of his neck. It said: Monsters come in every shape and size. But when it comes to creepy, you take the prize! She’d sign it, “Guess Who.” She couldn’t wait to see Billy’s face when he opened it at the class Valentine’s Day party. But Sister forgot to watch when Billy opened her valentine because among the valentines she received was one that took her breath away. It was all hearts and flowers and inside it said, “Will you be

get you some punch,” said Billy. “And throw it down my back?” said Sister. “No, nothing like that,” said Billy. “I’m sorry about all the stuff I did. And I really don’t blame you for sending me this. It’s really pretty funny. How’d you like that valentine I sent you?” “You sent me?” said Sister. “You sent me this valentine?” “Yep,” said Billy. “I saved up for weeks to get it.” Sister was confused. She didn’t know what to say, so she just said, “Thanks.” She was still confused that evening

and partly because they loved to jump rope. Sister and Lizzy were turning and Amy was jumping. “Uh-oh!” said Lizzy. “There’s a boy coming over from the boys’ side of the playground, and guess who it is.” There wasn’t any rule about a boys’ side and a girls’ side at Bear Country School. But the boys did sort of stay on one side of the playground and the girls on the other. Oh! I hope it’s Herbie Cubbison! thought Sister. Sister Bear liked Herbie, and everybody knew it—except maybe Herbie. “Is

with Valentine’s Day.” “Your mama’s right,” said Papa. “And not only that, I seem to recall that Teacher Jane has a valentine party every year, and I bet you’re going to get a whole bunch of valentines yourself.” “That’s right,” said Sister. “But that’s because we have to. Teacher Jane’s got a rule.” It was true. There were twenty-four cubs in Sister’s class, and every cub had to send a valentine to every other cub. They didn’t have to be expensive and you could make them if you wanted to.

with Valentine’s Day.” “Your mama’s right,” said Papa. “And not only that, I seem to recall that Teacher Jane has a valentine party every year, and I bet you’re going to get a whole bunch of valentines yourself.” “That’s right,” said Sister. “But that’s because we have to. Teacher Jane’s got a rule.” It was true. There were twenty-four cubs in Sister’s class, and every cub had to send a valentine to every other cub. They didn’t have to be expensive and you could make them if you wanted to.

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