Paddington Bear in the Garden

Paddington Bear in the Garden There is nothing that Paddington Bear loves better than living with the Brownsexcept maybe marmalade But now Mr and Mrs Brown have given him something else to love at number thirty two Windsor Gardens

  • Title: Paddington Bear in the Garden
  • Author: Michael Bond R.W. Alley
  • ISBN: 9780060296964
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There is nothing that Paddington Bear loves better than living with the Brownsexcept maybe marmalade But now Mr and Mrs Brown have given him something else to love at number thirty two Windsor Gardens his very own garden Paddington sets to work in an attempt to create the most interesting garden he can In typical Paddington style, hapless mischief leads to blindThere is nothing that Paddington Bear loves better than living with the Brownsexcept maybe marmalade But now Mr and Mrs Brown have given him something else to love at number thirty two Windsor Gardens his very own garden Paddington sets to work in an attempt to create the most interesting garden he can In typical Paddington style, hapless mischief leads to blind luck, and his garden turns out to be a most unique site indeed Paddington Bear has charmed readers for than forty years Now another generation of fans can Join the beloved bear from Darkest Peru on a variety of adventures written by Michael Bond and illustrated by artist R W Alley

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    1. "but Paddington didn't know what to do. In the past he had often found that gardening was much harder work than it looked, especially when you only had paws."Even for the dexterous of us, gardening is hard work. Quite an appealing trio: the enterprising little bear as imagined by Michael Bond, a garden theme, and R. W. Alley’s bright illustrations.

    2. Charming, classic children’s book. Though it had one of those contrived plot turns that undermined it, and the resolution also felt a bit too convenient and neat. But Paddington is an engaging main character.

    3. When Mr. and Mrs. Brown give Paddington his very own section of the garden, Paddington sets off on an adventure around the neighbourhood to look for ideas on how to plan his garden. Due to a mishap involving Paddington's orange marmalade and quick drying cement, Paddington decides to create a rock garden and wins first prize on National Garden Day.

    4. Book #50 for 2014This is another fun adventure for the adorable bear. It's slightly more bizarre than the circus story, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the circus story. It was still an enjoyable read, though.

    5. Classic Paddington exploits, and as usual people are charmed by him, even the construction workers who might be annoyed. I wish it had the older-style illustrations but these are cute too. My five year old enjoyed it but didn't jump at the chance to read it again.

    6. I read this story tonight out loud for my little cousin to go to sleep. It's such an adorable story and series. I love that it references British things.

    7. Paddington and some others share a community garden together. Each chooses their own ideas for what the Perfect garden is.

    8. I love these picture books about Paddington Bear. I think it keeps the spirit of the series nicely, with beautiful illustrations.

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