Mike Berenstain Famous Quotes & Sayings

8 Mike Berenstain Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I sometimes find that my family's emphasis on stories, characters, and art that appeals directly to children rather than over their heads to adults is not fully appreciated by parents who may have more narrowly adult concerns and agendas. Mike Berenstain Sayings: I sometimes find that my family's emphasis on stories, characters, and art that appeals directly
The whole family sang:
"Over the river and through
the woods, now grandmother's
cap I spy!
Hurray for the fun!
Is the pudding done?
Hurrah for the pumpkin pie!"

"But Gran doesn't have a cap," said Sister. "She has a scarf."
"Well, I spy it anyway--through the kitchen window," said Brother.
Mike Berenstain Sayings: The whole family sang:"Over the river and throughthe woods, now grandmother'scap I spy!Hurray for the
My parents and I always put great emphasis on telling stories that appeal to a child's sense of humor. Mike Berenstain Sayings: My parents and I always put great emphasis on telling stories that appeal to a
Families are where children live. Almost everything they experience is in the context of family life. Mike Berenstain Sayings: Families are where children live. Almost everything they experience is in the context of family
As a young adult, I began to read widely in history, philosophy, and religion - including the Bible. I began to feel that a purely secular view of life was incomplete and that the universe was a fundamentally spiritual place. Mike Berenstain Sayings: As a young adult, I began to read widely in history, philosophy, and religion -
I was influenced by my children's education in Quaker schools in the Philadelphia area. I experienced a spiritual awakening and became a Christian, was baptized, and joined a church. Mike Berenstain Sayings: I was influenced by my children's education in Quaker schools in the Philadelphia area. I
My father was from a secular Jewish family and my mother from a nominally Christian (Episcopalian) one. They were not religious as adults. They did, however, believe in educating their children about the Bible. They viewed this as an essential part of any education. Mike Berenstain Sayings: My father was from a secular Jewish family and my mother from a nominally Christian
Parents sometimes object to the amount of humor introduced into stories that are designed to teach moral or spiritual lessons. They seem to think that simple grim lecturing of children is the best way to achieve such goals. Mike Berenstain Sayings: Parents sometimes object to the amount of humor introduced into stories that are designed to