Berenstain Bears and the Wild, Wild Honey by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

By Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Whilst Papa endure is going honey-hunting, difficulty is bound to follow

There are chores to be performed round the apartment, yet all Papa undergo can take into consideration is honey. there is not any finer honey than the sort made by means of the bees that reside within the gnarled outdated tree within the depths of the darkish woodland. Papa often is the happiest endure within the land if he may get his paws on a few of that honey, yet there's one great problem—the bees won't share!

Papa undergo has attempted everything—asking, sneaking, hiding—and all he's gotten for his hassle is a pawful of bee-stingers. yet at the present time he's get a hold of a foolproof plan to get the wild, wild honey, and he's made up our minds to hold it out. Papa undergo is both going to have honey for dinner—or stingers for dessert!

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