When Melody builds a castle in the snow, Crystal, Boomer and Scout try to make an identical castle, but Crystal can't make their castle look the same.
The bears learn the value of determination and helping others achieve a goal. After a rainfall, Melody declares it is her dream to dance under a beautiful rainbow.
When Melody thinks she has swallowed a fly, she refuses to open her mouth to sing, which makes it harder for the others to attract a book for them to listen to.
When Crystal is able to correctly predict what will happen next by carefully observing her surroundings, the others all think she is a magician.
After all the other Bears find their animal matches, Scout is determined to find an animal that looks and acts like he does.
Boomer excitedly pretends to be a superhero rescuing books, but his friends are too tired to keep up with him.
Scout looks for a quiet place to read today's book in a noisy farmyard.
Scout learns to use imagination to overcome his fear.
Scout is convinced that his new turtle friend will help them find a book, but the others aren't so sure.
Scout wants to give hugs to his friends, but they all say it's too hot for hugs.
The bears come across a mysterious creature in the woods and Crystal has a hard time admitting that she doesn't know what it is.
Melody has trouble finding an instrument for the book band she is forming with her friends.
The bears learn that sharing can bring others happiness when Boomer, who is having fun juggling three pine cones, gives each one away to his friends in need until he has none left for himself.
Crystal finds a log and tries to find a way for all of the bears to play with it. She almost gives up, but then discovers that the log is best used for leaning on when reading a good book.
The bears learn that you can play together in different ways when Melody wants to be a sandcastle but her friends want to be dinosaurs.
Melody wants to pretend she's a mother cat and her friends are her little kittens, but the others each want to be their own different animals. Melody learns that parents can love all kinds of babies.
When the bears come across a scarecrow, Scout decides he will be a scarecrow too! He soon learns that while sometimes we compare ourselves to others and wish we were like them, we can be happy being ourselves.
The Book Hungry Bears, Boomer, Crystal, Melody and Scout, love sharing books, and are hungry to learn all they can from the picture books they settle down to share together.
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