Today’s tbt book pic is “The Berenstain Bears”. How many of you remember this childhood fav? Papa, Mama, Brother and Sister bear. Did you know that the the creators Stan and Jan Berenstain (yes that’s their real last name), are from Philly?! Yup that fact shocked me too and makes me love them even more. It’s a connection with us Philadelphians. Anyway the couple met in 1941 at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Arts. They were married after WW II and both began careers as magazine cartoonist. They had two sons Leo and Mike who were huge Dr.Sesus fans, which led to the family creating their own children books. Dr.Seuss himself helped edit and publish their first book “The Big Honey Hunt”. Sadly Stan and Jan have passed away but their son Leo continues to carry the torch and share with this generation great literature. #books#childrenbooks#theberenstainbears#childhoodreading#bookclub#phillyreads#phillybookclubs#literacy#bookstagram#bookgeek#booknerd#booksarelife#writers#publishers#illastrators#schools#readby4th#📖📚 @readby4th @literacyempowerment
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