In The Berenstain Bears Patience, Please, Brother, Sister and Honey jump at the chance to have their own gardens. Buying seeds, using shovels, and making signs are all very exciting. They even imagine the flowers and veggies that will fill their plots of land. But when the growing part takes longer than expected, Brother and Sister Bear get frustrated and start to complain. Mama and Papa must remind the cubs that waiting, watering, and being patient are part of having a healthy garden. Will Brother and Sister give up? Or will Mama and Papa convince the cubs that being patient is a virtue?