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by Peggy Fortnum,Michael Bond

If a boulder rolls down the aisle of a bus, sending the entire carload careening; if a visitor to the hospital leaves even the staff psychiatrist baffled; or if a hostess discovers that her surprise dessert is baked elastic, you can be sure that Paddington is somewhere close at hand. "Welcome back, Paddington." -- School Library Journal
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ISBN: 0395066352
ISBN13: 978-0395066355
Category: Children
Subcategory: Animals
Author: Peggy Fortnum,Michael Bond
Language: English
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company (April 1977)
Pages: 125 pages
ePUB size: 1212 kb
FB2 size: 1477 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 543
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This book contains several chapters, each of which is a different story about one of Paddington Bear's fun adventures. I like to read the stories about Paddington that I have also seen the tv episodes of, as there is a Paddington cartoon on television. All Paddington stories are appropriate for readers and fans of all ages, there was nothing in any of the stories that I wouldn't want a young child to hear.
Liked by my young son. We read these several times. Nice continuing story of an old friend. Very good book.
lets go baby
I read Paddington books as a child and now send them to the children of friends - and occasionally re-read them.
This old series of books about Paddington Bear are wonderful for young children. My 7 year old grandson enjoys reading them and since he is a beginning reader, they are great for him. Amazon always ships promptly and the estimated arrival date is usually accurate.
Great laugh
Is that's it is a good book
Just an FYI -- I must have missed the fact that this is a paperback book and not a storybook. I was looking for a toddler friendly book and this certainly isn't it. Love Paddington but this book is for older kids.
It's very hard to figure out who this book is for and when they should be reading it. What I mean is, the writing, humor, and storyline is for a more advanced reader, but the vaguely arch teddy-bear character and treatment is for a younger kid. So the ones who might most like it could have trouble reading it and the ones who can read it might very well find it too childish. So far that's been our experience, at least, with our readers.

That said, the book is a good read-to. Some of the humor is over the little ones' heads, but the charm of the character and of the situations he encounters comes through clearly and seems to satisfy. I don't think this is a library essential, but it certainly is a fun option to have available when the mood strikes.