Using only 'K' sounding 'C' words, Clarence Clown's balanced stack of "C" animals crashes when Clara Canary lands on the top.
This is a fun introduction to hard sounding "C" words for children. Clarence Clown begins by catching two "cats carrying canes", on top of which three "Collies carrying clubs" are stacked. Then it's "cows carrying cakes" and Caroline Catfish, ending with a Clara Canary as the last 'straw'. This is a great introduction to a single phonetic sound by alliteration. Apparently, the Berenstains only did "A", "B" and "C".
"Professor Factual" offers no facts, but his claims are sufficient argument for the Bears to join the Earthsavers Club.
This story presents common environmentalist claims, pooh-poohing those who might have a different view. Children are too young to interpret true science so only "Argument from Authority" (a Logical Fallacy) is offered by Professor Actual Factual. Contrary to the principles of ValuedMinds, this story is indoctrination, not education. Happy ending: everyone joins the Earthsavers club and happily parades their blind faith in saving the Earth.