Teddy Robinson Stories

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Kingfisher, Jul 1, 2005 - Children's stories, English - 244 pages
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Teddy Robinson was a nice, big, comfortable teddy bear who belonged to a little girl called Deborah. Sometimes a little shy - and sometimes a bit of a show-off - but always ready to make the best of things, Teddy Robinson has captured the hearts of generations of children. Whether he finds himself spending a night in hospital, proudly starring in his very own show, or playing pirates at the seaside, Teddy Robinson's cheerful, endearing personality shines through in this appealing children's classic. Ideal to read aloud, these classic tales of a loveable bear are perfect to share with all young children. First published in 1953, Teddy Robinson and its cuddly hero are true modern children's classics.

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About the author (2005)

Joan G. Robinson was trained as an illustrator, and began writing and illustrating her own stories in 1939. Her many books for children include the Mary-Mary series and, for older children, classic novels such as When Marnie Was There and Charley. Working closely with her husband, Joan Robinson published over thirty books before her death in 1988.

Her most enduringly popular character, Teddy Robinson, first appeared in print in 1953. "His adventures might happen to anyone's teddy bear", said his creator, "but his way of looking at them is his own".

This collection of stories has been selected by the author's daughter, the original Deborah, and proud owner of the real Teddy Robinson.

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