Grandparent’s Day is September 13, and to celebrate we’ve pulled together some of our favorite stories featuring the Berenstain Bears and their beloved Gramps & Gran! Check out some of our favorites below, and be sure to thank the grandparents in your life this month!
In The Berenstain Bears Bless Our Gramps and Gran, it’s almost Grandparents Day and the Bear family has never celebrated this special day before. So working as a team, the cubs, with a little help from Mama and Papa, come up with a fun and creative way to show Gramps and Gran just how much they are loved and appreciated.
Brother and Sister’s visit to Gran and Gramp’s house takes an unexpected turn when they help clean up the attic and discover a dusty old family album. With Gramps, they look through old photos of Papa and Mama and learn fun, interesting stories about their family history.
In The Berenstain Bears and the Week at Grandma’s, Mama and Papa have to go out of town, Brother and Sister get to go and stay with their grandparents. There the cubs have a fun-filled visit filled with eating cookies, exploring the attic, fish, and even attending a hoedown!
Mama and Papa Bear are stunned when they receive a letter from Brother Bear’s teacher. Even though Brother Bear sits down diligently every night with an open notebook, he has “not” been completing his homework assignments. A visit to Gramps and Gran’s house shows brother where he should be focusing his attention.
The Bears are having a family reunion, and all their relatives are invited. The tree house is ready, the tables are set, and the fun is about to start!
In The Berenstain Bears Love is Kind, good manners have been wearing a little thin in the Bear family’s tree house. Maybe the bears just woke up on the wrong side of bed. Maybe they’re all so busy that they’re getting grouchy and cranky. Whatever the reason, it’s clear that things are on the wrong track in the politeness department. Grizzly Gran does not approve and aims to get things in the tree house back on the right track.
While out of school for a few days with a cold, Brother Bear ignores his
make-up work. And when he returns to class, he discovers the consequences of
neglecting his responsibilities: he fails his division test. Grizzly Gramps
helps Brother learn that it’s never too late to correct a mistake.