Berenstain Bears and the Mansion Mystery by Stan Berenstain

By Stan Berenstain

When girl Grizzly’s important antiques pass lacking, the undergo Detectives are at the case!

while Papa endure is invited to Grizzly Mansion to speak enterprise with Squire Grizzly, the richest endure in undergo nation, Brother and Sister undergo beg to return alongside. The butler solutions the door, asserting the arriving of Papa, Brother, Sister, and the cubs’ traveling cousin, Freddy. The disappearance of woman Grizzly’s helpful antiques quickly throws the loved ones into chaos. Papa, who thinks he’s a professional on every little thing, vows to unravel the case with the help of Freddy’s sniffer hound, Snuff. however the greatest vanishing act is but to come back. Can the endure kin resolve the case and fix concord to Grizzly Mansion?

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As this process of discovery is well under way before our words can be understood, babies develop other ways of understanding about what matters to their important people; they use their senses to gauge adult and sibling reactions. In our role as important adults, we cannot hide behind words. How we really feel and what we really think are the things with which babies are actually dealing. If we accept that babies and young children are responding to what we really feel and think, we may feel the need to take an honest look at what we actually do mind about.

Those who did not experience an atmosphere of acceptance and tolerance as children were deprived; and they may continue, throughout their lives, to need and to seek the unconditional acceptance that their own parents did not give them at the time. In the balance of the generations, important people are in some ways mutual; the parents are important people for the child, but the child is also important for the adult. So it can happen that, instead of receiving much needed unconditional acceptance, the baby’s role is to recognise and accept the needs of one or both parents.

The more important our role as parent or carer is to us, the more we are liable to mind about other people’s judgment of our ability in that role. We tend to be judged, in relation to our ability as parents or carers, by the behaviour of the children in our care. And unless we are very secure in the knowledge of our worth as parents and carers, we need those children to behave in ways that ‘do us credit’, hence the parents’ anxiety about their children’s behaviour. However, happiness and the ability to learn – which were the main goals of the parents in the study mentioned above – do not happen as a result of the ability to conform and share, to be obedient, polite and sociable.

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