Paddington at Large

  • Title: Paddington at Large
  • Author: Michael Bond Peggy Fortnum
  • ISBN: 9780618196784
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paddington at Large There ll always be an England but the old place has never been quite the same since the Brown children came across a small lost bear in London s Paddington Station Whether tinkering with the neighbor
    There ll always be an England, but the old place has never been quite the same since the Brown children came across a small lost bear in London s Paddington Station Whether tinkering with the neighbor s lawn mower or experimenting in the kitchen, Paddington has a knack for finding trouble.In this new edition of Paddington at Large, the well meaning bear with a talent forThere ll always be an England, but the old place has never been quite the same since the Brown children came across a small lost bear in London s Paddington Station Whether tinkering with the neighbor s lawn mower or experimenting in the kitchen, Paddington has a knack for finding trouble.In this new edition of Paddington at Large, the well meaning bear with a talent for trouble continues to fill the lives of the Brown family with unexpected adventures that will delight the multitude of Paddington fans.

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    About Michael Bond Peggy Fortnum


    1. Michael Bond, CBE was an English children s author He was the creator of Paddington Bear and wrote about the adventures of a guinea pig named Olga da Polga, as well as the animated BBC TV series The Herbs Bond also wrote culinary mystery stories for adults featuring Monsieur Pamplemousse and his faithful bloodhound, Pommes Frites.


    891 Comments


    1. These stories are timeless.I loved reading about Paddington's antic's where he always seems to do something right even if he does get in a pickle!

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    2. If you're a fan of Winnie the Pooh, you have to give Paddington a try. He's delightful, as are the Browns, and this book is a treat for the whole family. Highly recommend!My Rating: 5 stars

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    3. Lovely Paddington is in trouble as usual!

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    4. Endlessly charming and filled with delightful antics Recommended to any Mommy of a child from 5 to 13 13 for the more whimsical children. And also recommended for adults who love reading classic children's literature.

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    5. I can't believe i never read these before, each volume in the 12 book set i have is a delight, this is number 5. Mr Brown (Paddington to you and me)has more fantastic everyday adventures with a spot of gardening and an impromptu trip on a lawnmower. Next up is a day out in the park with Mr Gruber, and the bandstand, it is never going to go smoothly with Paddington around. Then the Browns get a new televisoin set, and Paddington catches an intruder in the house. Paddington then gathers everyone r [...]

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    6. Another charming tale of A bear from Peru.

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    7. Paddington at Large? As in Paddington on the lamb? What crime could that cute little Snuggles-doppelganger have possibly committed?

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    8. This book is wonderful for both children and adults!It will make you laugh and cry, smile and frown.I think this book is awesome and it a joy to the spirit. I highly recommend the other books in the series. Please read.em all.

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    9. Shuya and I got through this one slowly because of a lot of stuff going on in life, but we really enjoyed this instalment (as always).

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    10. Silly lovely old Paddington is in trouble as usual :)

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    11. Fun children audiobook

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    12. How did I not read about Paddington as a child? He gets out of Jams so well. Must be the Marmalade.

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    13. Wer einem kleinen Bären aus Peru Unterschlupf gewährt, darf sich nicht wundern, wenn das Leben plötzlich aufregend wird. Sei es eine wilde Fahrt auf dem Rasenmäher, ein Trip ins Krankenhaus, bei dem Versuch Toffee herzustellen oder als rettender Engel in einem Weihnachtsstück. Familie Browns Geduld wird auf manch harte Probe gestellt, wenn Paddington mal wieder Unheil stiftet. Aber Gott sei Dank geht es immer gut aus.Ich liebe die Bücher um den Bären Paddington. Gerade wenn mein Tag mal n [...]

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    14. We have this in an omnibus with several other Paddington books: A Bear Called Paddington - An Omnibus Including: A Bear Called Paddington, More About Paddington, Paddington Helps Out, Paddington at Large, Paddington Marches On

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    15. Мечето Падингтън е един от най-емблематичните герои на британската детска литература! Рунтавият любител на сандвичите с мармалад, създаден от писателя Майкъл Бонд, днес е един от символите на Великобритания, наред с Биг Бен, кралските гвардейци и червените автобуси. По поп [...]

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    16. We cannot get enough Paddington at our house. My 6 year old daughter and I love reading these at bedtime. In this one, Paddington gets a lawnmower stuck in Mr. Curry's tree, which then falls out and causes all sorts of chaos. He also heads to an outdoor symphony and ends up becoming the closing act, calls the police when he hears noises on the roof which turn out to be someone installing an antenna (he also causes trouble with the new TV Set), ends up on a TV quiz show, attempts to make toffee w [...]

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    17. It's hard to say that the Paddington books are getting lazy by this point, but they certainly are becoming a bit rote. Free of any overarching theme, Paddington wanders like a preschool Monsieur Hulot from one situation to another, with only very loose links. The Browns seem to have been reduced to even more of a Greek chorus than usual in this one, standing aside or watching from afar as Paddington is rushed to hospital, lost in a department store (again), or - in the best chapter - playing as [...]

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    18. I really enjoyed this series (that which I read anyway). Though the writing is formulaic in nature and doesn't really change much, Paddington never disappoints. He is always getting into something in his ignorant, innocent fashion. These books aren't very deep or thought-provoking, but they make a good read for younger readers and those who enjoy plays on words. Very similar to series such as Miss Pickerel, Marty the Martian, Amelia Bedelia, etc.

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    19. From the mountains of Peru to LondonYet another collection of Paddington's adventures: the clumsy, talking, marmalade-eating bear with a well-behaved but direct approach to life will wreak havoc in the neighbourhood! Children and grown-ups will enjoy the simple, but in their own way profound stories where he’ll endlessly get in trouble, but will always try his best to make things right for everyone. The series never gets old!

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    20. I didn't like this book as much as the other ones though. It is still a nice story, but still not as great as the others. I don't think this is the first one, but I could be mistaken. You really don't have to read them in order if you would like to read the series. My favorite one is "A Bear Called Paddington", although I have only read about three of the stories. I would recomend them to slower readers and no people that like long novels.

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    21. I just finished rereading this to my children. We all loved it. Though it is good for all ages, I think my children enjoyed it more being a little bit older. The first time we started the Paddington series my youngest was only 2 or 3 and though she enjoyed the first book, she lost interest before this one, mainly because some words and concepts were more difficult for her to understand. She is now 9 and could understand and fully enjoy the book.

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    22. Another collection of the (mis)adventures of Paddington Bear. In this one he helps out with the gardening, makes some toffee, goes to the park for a bandstand concert, goes Christmas shopping and helps out with a pantomime - all with the usual amount of things going wrong.Who can't help but be beguiled by these tales of a simple bear and his misfortune when trying to do good.

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    23. Still very funny with paddington getting into his usual trouble. I found it hilarious that paddington techniquely answered the questions wrong for a game how but till won five hundred pounds when he explained why his answers were right.

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    24. This book was super cute and fun :) I love Paddington and the scrapes he gets himself into! I particularly liked the chapter about the game show; Paddington really out-does himself! Definitely a great book :)

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    25. Paddington's answers to the questions on the game show were excellent and I rate them as the funniest moment in the book. As always the illustrations by Peggy Fortnum are lovely. They add a lot to the story!!

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    26. i have a box set of these books that were given to me as a child. i always wanted to like marmalade as a kid and made my mom buy it at the store all the time, but i just never like it. i do now. funny how tastebuds change.

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    27. Very cute book. It is my first Paddington

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    28. I love Paddington and this was a humorous and great book

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