Paddington BearBook - 1998 | Rev. and newly illustrated ed.
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SamanthaE_KCMO Jan 24, 2018
Paddington bear shows up from the jungles of Peru as a “stowaway” with no means or shelter and is taken in and cared for by a British family. The author stated that he got the idea from watching children being evacuated from London during WWII and said “So Paddington, in a sense, was a refugee...... Read More »
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Paddington has to leave darkest Peru where he lived with his Aunt, until she entered an old folks home. He somehow makes his way to England, more specifically Paddington station in London. He arrives at the station some what confused. To his luck a family doesnt want him to be left alone and takes him in. He makes a mess while eating at the station and has to have a bath upon his arrival, which is a complete disaster. After the bath he falls asleep.
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