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Making Grown Men Cry Since 1992
Stan Berenstain, who along with Jan Berenstain created the Berenstain Bears children’s series, died last Saturday at 82. Created under the Random House supervision of Dr. Seuss, the series taught children to share, tell the truth, clean their room, deal with a new baby, a working parent, the dentist or doctor, and to cope with and behave in a variety of situations. The best part of the Berenstain Bears, though, were the colorful, almost fantasy cartoon illustrations. I recently went to purchase some of the books for a kid and found that they are inexpensive (under $5), and although Stan is deceased now, the couple thankfully created over 200 books, probably enough to fill up an entire childhood.