Welcome to the world’s most complete bibliography of the Berenstain Bears book series! This catalog of storybooks, coloring books, and related ephemera has been an ongoing project for over a decade. It is my desire to help fans and collectors have a complete and accurate list of Berenstain Bears books that is easily accessible at … More Berenstain Bears Complete Bibliography – A List of the Berenstain Bears Book Series [2016 update]
With the recent release of The Berenstain Bears: The Very First Christmas (Living Lights, October 2015), there’s been a lot of discussion among collectors about their favorite Berenstain Bears Christmas book(s). I’m going to come right out and say it: “The Berenstain Bears’ Christmas Tree” is not only my favorite Berenstain Bears Christmas book, it’s … More Berenstain Bears Christmas Books and Memorabilia
The Berenstain Bears are recognized today for the famous scripted logo, but it took nearly 20 years before Stan and Jan developed the now-famous cursive branding. In fact, the phrase “Berenstain Bears” wasn’t even used at all in most of the early books. In 1964, Dr. Seuss added a subtitle to “The Bike Lesson,” the 2nd book … More Berenstain Bears logo history
Thanks to everyone who checked out our most recent blog about Berenstain Bears video games and computer software. This week, it’s on to another new and exciting Book of the Week! Just a few days ago, two of the biggest Berenstain Bears collectors in the country (to our knowledge?!) gathered in Tampa, Florida to meet … More Book of the Week: “Papa’s Pizza: A Berenstain Bears Sniffy Book” (Random House, 1978)
Last week, in honor of Jurassic World’s release, we featured several Berenstain Bears books relating to dinosaurs. This week, I am celebrating the first official day of Summer with one of the all-time classics, “The Bears’ Vacation” (Random House, 1968, buy a copy here). It also happens that “Deep in Bear Country – A Berenstain Bearcast” … More The Bears’ Vacation (1968) – The Berenstain Bears Book of the Week!
Everyone is caught up in Jurassic Park / Jurassic World fever, and while watching the film this weekend, I couldn’t help but think of all the great fascination Stan, Jan, and Mike have had with dinosaurs over the years. In particular, I was reminded of the page from “Brother Bear Loves Dinosaurs” (Harper, 2004), a … More Berenstain Bears: Jurassic World / Jurassic Park edition