BB - Play a Good Game

BB - Play a Good Game


"Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven." —Matthew 5:16

Join the Berenstain Bears in this interactive book app as Papa Bear coaches the cubs' soccer game! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and follow along with three fun ways to read! When Coach Papa Bear wants the team to play fair but the other coach just wants to win, how will the cubs learn an important lesson about sportsmanship for young and old alike?

Explore The Berenstain Bears Play a Good Game:
- ENCOURAGE literacy skills with highlighted narration
- FOLLOW along with three fun ways to read!
- LEARN new words by tapping pictures
- PROFESSIONAL narration and custom sound effects

Designed for children ages 3-7

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The Reviews Are In:
- "I wholeheartedly recommend the Berenstain Bears e-book apps" - CNET
- "Parents and kids are sure to enjoy these great new Berenstain Bear apps" - PadGadget

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We'd Love To Hear From You!
- Your experience matters to us. Please share your thoughts in a review!
- Need tech support? Contact us at [email protected]
- Say hello to us on FB! facebook.com/oceanhousemedia

Official Zondervan licensed app: www.zonderkidz.com
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About BB - Play a Good Game
"Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven." —Matthew 5:16

Join the Berenstain Bears in this interactive book app as Papa Bear coaches the cubs' soccer game! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and follow along with three fun ways to read! When Coach Papa Bear wants the team to play fair but the other coach just wants to win, how will the cubs learn an important lesson about sportsmanship for young and old alike?

Explore The Berenstain Bears Play a Good Game:
- ENCOURAGE literacy skills with highlighted narration
- FOLLOW along with three fun ways to read!
- LEARN new words by tapping pictures
- PROFESSIONAL narration and custom sound effects

Designed for children ages 3-7

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The Reviews Are In:
- "I wholeheartedly recommend the Berenstain Bears e-book apps" - CNET
- "Parents and kids are sure to enjoy these great new Berenstain Bear apps" - PadGadget

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We'd Love To Hear From You!
- Your experience matters to us. Please share your thoughts in a review!
- Need tech support? Contact us at [email protected]
- Say hello to us on FB! facebook.com/oceanhousemedia

Official Zondervan licensed app: www.zonderkidz.com

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A Google User
Apr 2, 2014
Too Long I, and especially my son, generally like all the Barenstein Bear Books/Apps made by Ocean Media. There is nothing wrong with the App part of it. However this book is extremely long, especially for a bedtime book.
A Google User
Sep 15, 2012
More verse? What happened to these stories? When I grew up reading them, they taught reading & morals without quoting Scripture. It's not appropriate for a diverse school environment. These used to be stories everyone could read and appreciate. I'm really sad about this.
A Google User
Sep 15, 2012
More verse? What happened to these stories? When I grew up reading them, they taught reading & morals without quoting Scripture. It's not appropriate for a diverse school environment. These used to be stories everyone could read and appreciate. I'm really sad about this.
Rob
Sep 15, 2012
More verse? What happened to these stories? When I grew up reading them, they taught reading & morals without quoting Scripture. It's not appropriate for a diverse school environment. These used to be stories everyone could read and appreciate. I'm really sad about this.