Paddington Here and Now by Michael Bond (2008-06-02) –

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15 thoughts on “Paddington Here and Now by Michael Bond (2008-06-02)

  1. DH 88 Comet DH 88 Comet says:

    The Paddington books were the first stories I can remember Reading them again the memories came flooding back, they are just SO GOOD I particularly wanted the books with the original and best , Peggy Fortnum illustrations, which are as good as I remember.My only criticism, inflation has taken over and Paddington s sixpence is now ten pence I can t recommend these books highly enough to everyone.

  2. Star Star says:

    Great quality for second hand book, very pleased with it, our 7 years old daughter is big fan of Paddington so she was very pleased to receive it.

  3. john faulkner john faulkner says:

    Another book down, time to collect another As per usual, very satisfying read, very relaxing before bed, thanks a million again.

  4. ReviewMonkey ReviewMonkey says:

    Another Paddington classic Love these stories.

  5. Debs Debs says:

    It is a beautiful book as a momento of the 50th aniversary and is also very funny a lovely gift for a child also.

  6. Heather Ranger Heather Ranger says:

    Arrived as promised Happy with product and service Thank you.

  7. Dance Daft Dance Daft says:

    Gave as gift Hope collectors item

  8. Customer Customer says:

    My daughter really enjoyed the Paddington CD so I bought her the other two in the series They are perfect for 6 9 year olds and Stephen Fry is such an excellent narrator

  9. Book Angel Book Angel says:

    I bought this for my son and have become addicted to it Very very good stories, read really well by Stephen Fry It gets me to sleep in about 10 minutes flat.

  10. ms j m shearer ms j m shearer says:

    arrived quick and was just as expected good value for money item and nice quality little smaller than I d thought.

  11. P. C. Archer P. C. Archer says:

    good book

  12. poolmyster poolmyster says:

    my 10 year old is going through paddington books by the hour so this was another one to keep her going

  13. Mrs P Mrs P says:

    Great book for kids and adults

  14. Petralini Petralini says:

    Loved this, a fab read as always for all the family

  15. ds ds says:

    As a child the Paddington books were a great pleasure to me, managing to be both cosily conventional and yet utterly iconoclastic at the same time To a child, the experience of watching an ingenue in the adult world is one with which it is very easy to identify This was the great strength of the series And now, after all this time, Paddington returns So has time been kind to our friend form Darkest Peru Happily, the answer is a very resounding yes.The book itself is a solid and heavy hardback and the illustrations are charming and of good quality, as is the jacket Such presentation gives a good feeling about what lies inside.As for the book itself, in all honesty the style has changed not one bit The odd thing is that it is really quite difficult to identify when these stories happen There is no sense of any great time having passed at all since the earlier books There is a passing oblique reference to a nefarious journalist having a mobile phone and a visit to the London Eye, but otherwise these stories are resolutely old fashioned in tone and the Brown family hardly seem to have aged at all It s all the better for it and actually quite comforting that Michael Bond hasn t been too gimmicky with this update It gives the book its considerable charm.The opening chapter deals with our ursine friend s experiences at the police station after his shopping trolley goes missing The events are gently satirical and manage to poke some good natured fun at the puzzlement that older readers may feel about policemen looking ever younger As can be expected, Paddington enjoys some run ins with the familiar Mr Curry, has a Hallowe en party, plays the piano suspiciously well and towards the end gets a huge surprise As ever the prose is clear and contains several laugh out loud moments of fun It s probably not giving too much away to say that Paddington comes out on top in the end, but it s the journey that s the most fun Indeed, the last chapter or so is really rather touching and cuts to the heart of what it feels to be feel wanted and part of a family.A must read for children of any age including those of us in our thirties and above Very highly recommended.