A Bear Called Paddington

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HarperCollins UK, Jan 26, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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“A bear on Paddington Station?” said Mrs Brown in amazement. “Don’t be silly – there can’t be.”

The Browns first met Paddington on a railway station – Paddington station, in fact. He had travelled all the way from Darkest Peru with only a jar of marmalade, a suitcase and his hat.

The Browns soon find that Paddington is a very unusual bear. Ordinary things – like having a bath, travelling underground or going to the seaside become quite extraordinary, if a bear called Paddington is involved.


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A Classic Bear

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It is incumbent upon us to remind the children we know of the classics in children literature. Paddington Bear will make them laugh and help them want to read. The illustrations are so charming. This is a must read!! for all ages Read full review

Paddington Bear

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I have not give this book to my granddaughter yet as I am waiting for her to visit soon. I have the actual Paddington Bear from my son when he was a baby & kept it all these yrs. I will give them both to her so we can cuddle & read while she cuddles her new but really old Paddington Bear Read full review


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A Bear in Hot Water
Paddington Goes Underground
A Shopping Expedition
Paddington and the Old Master
AVisit to the Theatre
Adventure at the Seaside
A Disappearing Trick
Postscript by Michael Bond

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About the author (2012)

Michael Bond was born in Newbury, Berkshire on 13 January 1926 and educated at Presentation College, Reading. He served in the Royal Air Force and the British Army before working as a cameraman for BBC TV for 19 years.
In 1997 he was awarded the OBE for his services to children’s literature.

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