Paddington Goes to Town

Paddington Goes to Town 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 her surprise dessert

  • Title: Paddington Goes to Town
  • Author: Michael Bond Peggy Fortnum
  • ISBN: 9780618311040
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 her surprise dessert is baked elastic, you can be sure that Paddington is somewhere close at hand Still wearing his floppy old hat, he causes trouble wherever he goes Even a wedding is hardlIf 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 her surprise dessert is baked elastic, you can be sure that Paddington is somewhere close at hand Still wearing his floppy old hat, he causes trouble wherever he goes Even a wedding is hardly traditional with Paddington in attendance.Paddington fans will be delighted once as their favorite bear turns things merrily, unpredictably topsy turvy in this revised edition of Paddington Goes to Town.

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    1. this book is about Paddington bear. He is from darkest Peru. He left Peru in a boat and went to London. The Browns found him at Paddington station.In this book Paddington goes to a wedding where he is an usher and gets the bride's wedding ring stuck round a bend on his paw. As always with Paddington everything goes wrong. I think this book is excellent. It made me laugh a lot. I love all Paddington books.

    2. I loved the Paddington books, as a child. My imagination was captured by these stories of the orphaned bear found in a London railway station, who makes his home with the Brown family and their housekeeper Mrs Bird. Each book consists of a series of stories about the small bear, who gets himself into difficult situations, often due to misunderstandings or over-enthusiasm. This book is eighth or ninth in the series but it's not necessary to have read any others. This one begins with Paddington be [...]

    3. Perfect for bedtime stories, Paddington spreads his marmalade fingers and unintentional mischief wherever he goes. Younger kids will love being read these chapters and older children will love exploring 32 Windsor Gardens. Recommended for elementary school libraries.

    4. I thought that this was a fun book! Especially if you have seen either the movie or the series about Paddington! I loved how things were very similar and I feel as though some of the chapters were episodes from the series. Loved it!Oh! And I felt like I could almost hear Mr. Cury yelling, "Bear!" It was fantastic!

    5. Read this book out loud, little by little, to the kids. A funny and well written children's book that they all enjoyed.

    6. Paddington never disappoints - always a lovely way to end the day and somehow make my children seem like angels in comparison :) Great for all ages.

    7. Another collection of the (mis)adventures of Paddington Bear. In this one he caddies for Mr Curry in a golfing competition, which results in Paddington winning it for Mr Curry, but then Mr Curry (having slipped on a marmalade sandwich) ends up in hospital. On a visit to the hospital, he ends up having an appointment with a psychiatrist - and I clearly remember reading this chapter in my youth as, in a test of reactions, the psychiatrist gets Paddington to say the opposite to what he has just sai [...]

    8. It's no secret we are Paddington fans at our house. We've enjoyed the previous installments, and this one was no different.In this one, Paddington is in a wedding when something happens to the ring, he caddies for Mr. Curry during a golf tournament, accidentally meets with a psychiatrist, goes on rounds at the hospital Mr. Curry is at, buys Mr. Gruber a large stone ball and tries to take it on the bus, mistakenly becomes a waiter and then a chef for a dinner party, and finally goes to see the Ch [...]

    9. I just reread this book, and my children and I enjoyed it even more than the first time. My daughter probably did not understand everything well enough the first time to be able to get all of the humor. Now she is 9 and found it absolutely hilarious. Both of my children said this is the best Paddington book so far in the series. Very funny! Both of my kids enjoyed this book, and I did, too. Funny and cute and enjoyable for all ages.

    10. I remember splitting my sides over the visit to the staff psychiatrist, and I still want to try Baked Alaska because of Paddington's adventures with baked elastic. Paddington was the beloved companion of my younger elementary school years.

    11. This was brilliant like all the other Paddington books and my favourite bit had to be when Paddington went to hospital and wound up a psychiatrist by being too literal!

    12. This one has a couple of very funny sections that are amusing to kids and adults alike. Nice read.

    13. Reading this book now I regret not having done so back when I was a kid. I'm definitely going to go back and read the books from the start now, though!

    14. A brilliant expose of the bear. Fave chapters included the hospital psychiatrist and waiting a Christmas party table.

    15. Michael Bond's wonderful Paddington Bear stories are as much fun to read as an adult as they were when I was a child. Light & fun, with some lovely laugh out loud moments.

    16. Probably a bit complicated for a 5 & 3 year old. They seemed distracted during much of it as there are dated words and phrases.Still, I had a giggle in parts.

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