The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree App Reviews

By Oceanhouse Media

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The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree app review

The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree App Info

  • 20 Ratings
  • Price: $3.99
  • Category: Books
  • Updated: Dec 13 2018
  • Version: 2.7.2
  • Size: 36.24 MB
  • Seller: Oceanhouse Media
  • © Oceanhouse Media

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Customer Reviews of the The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree App

Great app

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bostonbloke's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

I liked the look and feel of this book. It makes full use of iPad features to make this book reading fun and exciting.

Locks up my phone.

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treisele's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

Not very happy about this app, as it locks up my phone so the buttons no longer respond. Want my money back.

!!!!!!PERFECT!!!!!!

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m1555us's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

!!!!!!!!This was the best book on the IPad that I have ever seen!!!!!!!!

Thanks for making this one available

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ejeffrie's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

Again our daughter loves Berenstein Bears books and now she loves them even more on my iPhone! I know $3.99 is not cheap but I am happy to see our daughter's reading skill improved a lot! She got an "A" in her reading and English class! Thanks

Great holiday adventure!

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Nurburgringer's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

My girls enjoyed the Bears’ adventure through the wilderness to find their tree. Beautiful artwork and neat effects in this app.

Good app. Great story

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Rtcalice's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

My 3 y/o daughter loves book. My 5 y/o son is not as into it.

Great message!

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Ellis D. P.'s Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

Great book, my kids love it and they don't care that it's to long. They really enjoy it!

Amazing! Perfect!

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Katanna's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

A great app! Perfect for my 2 year old niece and my 4 year old nephew. Great sounds , visuals, and the animated snow adds the perfect touch! Worth every penny!

Great app for little ones

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Rextanka's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

Great app, nice story, the kids love this

Boring

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XBMCMAN's Review of The Berenstain Bears Christmas Tree

Reviewed on 11/26/18 12:40 PM

I'm a huge fan of Oceanhouse Media's Dr. Seuss books. I have purchased every single one for my daughter, who is now four years old. With two exceptions I would give every one of them five stars. So when I wanted another, but no new ones had been released, I decided to give this one a shot. It's not very good. For the most part, this has nothing to do with Oceanhouse Media. The treatment seems to be the same high quality I have come to expect. Oceanhouse's treatment is incredibly formulaic, but the formula is a good one, and always executed with care and attention to detail. This just isn't a very good book. First, it's heavy-handedly Christian. I know that sounds like an unfair complaint about a book based on a Christian holiday, but realistically Christmas is a secular holiday as much as a Christian one. And Christmas trees are primarily the realm of Santa Clause's Christmas. Anyway, the references to god in this book are pretty ham-fisted, which I found off-putting. But that's not what really bothered me about it. The big problem is that it is looooooooong. And boring. And the author makes an amateurish attempt at Seuss-style rhyming and just doesn't pull it off. For one thing, (s)he drops out of rhyming whenever a good rhyme couldn't be found, and most of the rhymes are awkward and forced. Honestly, while I didn't like the bits about praising god, not to mention an explicit bible quote, complete with citation to chapter and verse, that's not my primary reason for disliking this book. Even if that is your cup of tea, I would imagine there are far better Christian books out there than this one.