‘Bedtime Battle’ Kicks Off New Series of Berenstain Bears Titles

Oceanhouse Media, Inc. and HarperCollins Children’s Books have partnered up for a new series of Berenstain Bears books, the first of which is now available. Called The Berenstain Bears’ Bedtime Battle, it’s designed for readers ages three to seven and features three reading options.  Much like other OM titles, children can opt to read by themselves, listen to a recording, or set it to auto play and turn pages. The book features original artwork, background audio and sounds, and professional narration.

Once you’re done putting Brother Bear and Sister Bear to bed, be sure to check out some of the other titles already available from Oceanhouse Media.  As of today there are at least 16 additional books in the existing Berenstain series.

The Berenstain Bears’ Bedtime Battle costs a one-time $2.99 to download and works on all Android devices running 2.1 or higher.


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1 Comment

  1. Lauren Pinney
    August 03, 17:45 Reply

    I used to love the Berenstain Bears! I guess this generation will be reading the e-version :)

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