The Berenstain Bears and No Guns Allowed

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Random House, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 101 pages
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The Berenstain Bears and
Once again, the Berenstains have focused on a subject of great concern for parents and kids alike: guns.

When Ferdy the nerd gets paired with Too-Tall the jock in an assignment to study inventions, the one subject they can agree on is guns. While Ferdy's interest is strictly intellectual, Too-Tall's is, unfortunately, basically bang-bang. Things come to a head at Bear Country School when Too-Tall brings in a monster squirt gun that looks an awful lot like the real thing. The whole class learns a valuable lesson: in the wrong hands, guns can be bad business--whether they are real or not.

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Stan & Jan Berenstain got their start in 1956, when they first began the feature It's All in the Family in McCall's/Good Housekeeping Magazine. Their first Berenstain Bear book, The Big Honey Hunt, was published in 1962, and the Berenstain Bears have been touching generations of young children ever since!

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