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7 Lessons Celebrities Can Learn From The Berenstain Bears

  First Posted: 02/29/2012 12:18 pm   Updated: 02/29/2012 12:18 pm

By Margaret Bristol for Bookish:

Generations of readers have been mourning the death of prolific children’s author Jan Berenstain last Friday. Berenstain, who created The Berenstain Bears books with husband Stan (who died in 2005), leaves behind a legacy of simple lessons in over 200 million books sold, starting with "The Big Honey Hunt" in 1962. (Their first editor? None other than Dr. Seuss, aka Theodore Geisel, himself.) In addition to simple lessons like basic hygiene and manners, these beloved books teach a few life basics that some of today’s boldface names could stand to learn.

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Sean Young: Be responsible for your own actions.
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As Brother and Sister had to learn in "The Berenstain Bears and The Blame Game," you need to take responsibility for your own actions. So even if you are sober, it's still not okay to (allegedly) get rough with a security guard at an Oscar party that you weren't invited to attend.
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