Paddington Helps Out - Michael BondArmada Lion, 1973, Paperback ..
Condition: Good. A pleasant enough reading copy. Pages lightly age-tanned. Previous owners' inscription to the reverse of the upper panel.
From the cover: “One of the nicest things about living with the Browns, thought Paddington, was the number of surprises one had. But then, not many families have such a charming little bear as Paddington to share their home. From the day when he was found on Paddington Station, his only luggage a jar of marmalade and a photograph of his Aunt Lucy in Peru (you may have read about that in A Bear Called Paddington) he has never given Mr and Mrs Brown and Jonathan and Judy a dull moment. Here, in the third book about his adventures, you can see what sort of thing happens when he goes to the cinema or the launderette, or an auction sale; you can also read about the river picnic at the start of the story and of the splendid birthday treat at the end. Who wouldn’t forgive him his scrapes? Who wouldn’t be glad to know Paddington?”
Illustrator: Peggy Fortnum
Size: A Format (7" x 4½")
Number of Pages: 123
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