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by R. W Alley,Michael Bond

It's carnival time! Paddington Bear and his friend Mr. Gruber join the festivities by entering the Busy Bee Adventure Trail contest--whoever finds the greatest number of objects starting with the letter "B" wins a prize. They search all along the canals of Little Venice in London where Bicycles, Boats, and Balloons abound. Things couldn't be better. Then Mr. Gruber notices a sneaky-looking boy following them,. Could he be copying their list? Luckily, Paddington has a trick or two up his sleeve. After all, his B is the most important one of all--B for bear, that is.

Paddington Bear has charmed readers for nearly forty years. Now, another generation of fans can join the beloved bear from Darkest Peru on a variety of new adventures written by author Michael Bond. R. W. Alley's vibrant illustrations celebrate the classic tradition of Paddington with a fresh, new look.

Download Paddington Bear and the Busy Bee Carnival epub
ISBN: 0064436586
ISBN13: 978-0064436588
Category: Children
Subcategory: Animals
Author: R. W Alley,Michael Bond
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins (April 5, 2000)
Pages: 40 pages
ePUB size: 1671 kb
FB2 size: 1895 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 641
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our kids have all the paddington books and this is a great one, beautifully illustrated as ever. there is so much in it all delivered humorously: the cheat who gets his comeuppance, paddington solving the insolvable, the magic, the quiet love of an adult friend, all these are so nourishing to a child's spirit. long live paddington; may his marmalade jar ever stay full!
This series by artist R. W. Alley features delightful adaptations of Michael Bond's classic bear stories, about Paddington the Peruvian bear, and the English family that adopts him. The bright, colorful artwork is perfect: it captures the warmth and whimsy of the original series, presenting us with a little, wobbly, innocent bear who is every bit as fuzzy and lovable now as he was 'way back when. Recommended!

(Note: there are several other picturebooks in this series with artwork by R. W. Alley... all well worth looking for!) (Joe Sixpack, ReadThatAgain children's book reviews)