By Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain
The Bears get a brand new neighbor . . . with a truly powerful smell!
When the woodchucks round the corner circulate out in their burrow, Sister and Brother undergo can't wait to fulfill their new friends. that's, until eventually they discover that they're going to be dwelling round the corner to the stinkiest animal there is—a skunk!
Although the children are eliminate by means of Mr. Skunk's strong odor, Mama undergo insists they be style to their white-striped new good friend. As they assist him repair up the previous woodchuck burrow, Sister and Brother endure examine that skunks are not any various from anyone else. and they would even locate that there are benefits to having a skunk on their facet.
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Yet books published during that period, especially narratives about expulsion and refugees, clearly confirmed that the writers had no wish to spare children from descriptions of suffering and pain—just those accounts of atrocities involving suffering, pain, and terror for which the Germans bore responsibility. When the texts presented the anguish and affliction of the German population, the children were not spared a thing. On the contrary—like the entire German public discourse at the time, many books for juveniles focused on the great suffering endured by the Germans during the war and in the immediate postwar period.
This one-time prize was bestowed by Family Affairs Minister Dr. Franz Josef Wuermeling in a bid to encourage the confrontation with the recent German A past without shadow 16 past. The introduction of a special prize on the topic was an attempt to augment the sparse attention paid to Germany’s past within German children’s literature. The award granted to Sternkinder in 1962 represented a departure from policy. Over the entire decade, preference was given to books based on consensual universal values, as opposed to texts critically addressing social and political problems.
47; Steinlein 1995, pp. 8–9,13). Each researcher relies on the statistical data presented by Bernd Otto (1981). Otto notes that between 1945 and 1980, 162 novels for children and youth dealing with the Third Reich and the Nazi Holocaust were published in Germany. In the period between 1945 and 1949, fifteen were published, twenty-two between 1950 and 1954, twenty-five between 1955 and 1959, twenty-eight between 1960 and 1964, twenty-one between 1965 and 1969, twenty-four between 1970 and 1974, and forty-one between 1974 and 1980 (Otto 1981, p.
Berenstain Bears and the Neighborly Skunk by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain