Growing up, we always had many books in my house, and with my own kids, we have continued the tradition of having lots of books in our home. One series of books that I loved when I was little was the Berenstain Bears. I loved all the lessons that they taught me and all of the different stories. I also loved that after all of these years, my parents kept the books that I had when I was little, safe, so that I could pass them on to my own children, and the Berenstain Bears is a collection that I loved being able to pass on and share with my kids. Another thing that I love about the Berenstain Bears is that after all of these years, they are still around, and not only are the books around to share but there are also movies that we can share with our kids for all of us to enjoy. Recently we were sent The Berenstain Bears Golden Brother Edition and the Berenstain Bears Golden Sister Edition to review. Both of these sets came with a DVD and a soft plush for my kids to enjoy. These sets were perfect, since I have a son and a daughter who are old enough to watch and enjoy the DVD’s we were sent and also enjoy the soft plush Brother and Sister Berenstain Bear dolls that came with the sets! I love how just like in the books I enjoyed as a child, these movies are there to teach my kids great values like how to love one another in a family, and things that may happen at school and in social situations. I love that my kids can really relate to the characters and learn from them. In the Golden Sister DVD my daughter really loved the Slumber Party episode along with the many other episodes that are on the DVD. Then on the Golden Brother DVD my son really found the Hiccup Cure to be a fun episode for him to watch. In all the kids and I really enjoyed watching these DVD’s together and the kids loved the soft plush bears that came along with the set as well. You can find these sets only at Walmart and Sam’s Club now to bring home and share with your own little ones!
I was supplied with the products for this review by Child’s Play Communications. All opinions are my own.
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