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Publisher's Summary

The classic novel - now available in audio!
Paddington Bear loves to lend a paw. From taking a saw to Mr. Curry's kitchen table to extinguishing a surprise flambé, each time Paddington helps out, things tend to get messier before they improve. But with his special tool kit, his playful wits, and just a little bit of marmalade, Paddington can take any day and make it extraordinary!
First published in 1960, Paddington Helps Out is the third novel by Michael Bond chronicling the adventures of this classic character. Paddington has charmed generations of fans with his earnest good intentions and humorous misadventures.
©1960 Michael Bond (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers
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By Amazon Customer on 01-26-18

Great a story teller

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend it to kids who love reading. This books is very interesteing and the narrator speaks in a slow and clear voice, you can follow the story without any distraction.

What other book might you compare Paddington Helps Out to and why?

Sorry this is my first book on Audible, so far i cannot make any comments

Which character – as performed by Hugh Bonneville – was your favorite?

N/A

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I am not sentimental, so it is just a good story for me, i bought it to pratice my listening

Any additional comments?

Nope

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By The Johnstons on 08-21-17

Bears are bad pets

I think Paddington is not fit to live in a human world. He causes problems wherever he goes: flooding the launderette, disturbing the orchestra, spilling food on the other guests at the theater and much more. Also, his "hard stare" is completely inappropriate. He thinks he can get whatever he wants just by intimidating people. That Aunt Lucy probably taught for just that reason. Not to mention, he is entirely too pushy and insists on having his way no matter what. And for further note, that grumpy old Mrs Bird will always insist he's an innocent little bear who would never make a mistake. He cut Mr. Curry's table IN HALF for Pete's sake and what did she do? Apologize? No! She stands up for him! Sure it's an accident, even I realize that, but a table! That costs a lot of money and is extremely necessary. Ship Paddington back to Darkest Peru!

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