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Amazon.com has The Berenstain Bears Storybook Treasury (Hardcover) on sale for $5.70 now $5.79. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on $49 or more. Thanks buenobb

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Story list for this book:

The B Bear's new pup (2005)
The B Bears and the trouble with chores (2005)
The B Bears and the wishing star (2005)
The B Bears and too much car trip (2005)
The B Bears' seashore treasure (2005)
The B Bears sick days. (2009)

Big Book of the Berenstain Bears [amazon.com] is another title with 5 books selling for $6.89. It has older (better) stories.:

The Berenstain Bears Go to the Doctor (1989)
The Berenstain Bears and the Messy Room (1983)
The Berestain Bears in the Dark (1982)
The Berenstain Bears and the Sitter (1981)
and The Berenstain Bears' New Baby (1974)
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I could have sworn they were always spelled "Berenstein" bears
I can't be the only one that clicked into this thread -hoping- there was a discussion about the alternate universe spelling? Glad to not be disappointed.

http://www.woodbetween.world/2012...ng-in.html
same, I assume you read the theory about parallel universes based off of this?
forumz 13

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I could have sworn they were always spelled "Berenstein" bears
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Quote from n1kthequick View Post :
I could have sworn they were always spelled "Berenstein" bears
same, I assume you read the theory about parallel universes based off of this?
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I could have sworn they were always spelled "Berenstein" bears
you're correct, we're in the gawd damn twilight zone I tell ya.

Quote from forumz View Post :
same, I assume you read the theory about parallel universes based off of this?
I think there is something on reddit I read or somewhere. I believe it.
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I could have sworn they were always spelled "Berenstein" bears
I saw that and thought the same thing. I had to open link to check.

Now I'm not sure what to think about life... It's all been one big misunderstanding.
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I could have sworn they were always spelled "Berenstein" bears
The lack of Bar Mitzvah and Passover-themed stories kind of tipped me off, but yeah, I'm in the same boat.
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Great stories to read to 3rd grade kids and younger.
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It was Berenstein Bears. This is very odd.
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same, I assume you read the theory about parallel universes based off of this?
it's one of the small changes from when Rick and Morty selected an alternative reality.
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I can't be the only one that clicked into this thread -hoping- there was a discussion about the alternate universe spelling? Glad to not be disappointed.

http://www.woodbetween.world/2012...ng-in.html
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I could have sworn they were always spelled "Berenstein" bears
It's called "The Mandela Effect", so named because the first instance of this type of phenomenon came about due to (apparently) many people distinctly remember Nelson Mandela dying in prison, and were shocked when they heard that he died in 2013 since they thought he was already dead.

http://www.snopes.com/2016/07/24/...la-effect/
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The illuminati changed it about ten years ago. It was one of the topics discussed during their world meeting.
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this is what I've imagined it would feel like to wake up in the morning and the sun not be there...
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