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Publisher's Summary

Paddington is just the kind of bear to volunteer for a tough job. Whether it's trying his paw at plumbing, cleaning the Browns' chimney, or visiting a marmalade factory, Paddington always manages to seek out the unexpected.
First published in 1964, Paddington Marches On is the sixth novel by Michael Bond chronicling the adventures of this classic character. Paddington has warmed the hearts of generations of listeners with his earnest good intentions and humorous misadventures.
©2015 Michael Bond (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers
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5 out of 5 stars
By mommitester on 03-10-18

Interesting to have a bear about

It was real interesting book. I think it must be fun to have a bear in the house. If I were the Browns, I would thank aunt Lucy for bringing Paddington to London. ( But, I don't live in London )
I say thank you aunt Lucy, you, in bringing Paddington to London have made the Browns life interesting like Mrs. Bird will say " what will that bear think of next?" But the person I don't like is mr. Curry. He loves to get something for nothing. I've listened to many of the Paddington books and in each one you certainly find something about mr. Curry in the books. Also if he wasn't there, the book wouldn't be so exciting. So everybody plays an important part. ( Spoiler alert! In the end Paddington set off to his aunt Lucy's 100th birthday and the Browns thought he was there to stay, but he said he would be back. He will in the next book, Paddington at work) I liked Paddington marches on, and it is a interesting to have a bear about. Five stars!!
Oh! Paddington is a unusual bear because he cleaned the chimney and the chimney top had got stuck on his head, and he tore the coat of mean mr. Curry and tore his best five pound note to pieces. Paddington sure can get into some messes. But Paddington always marches on.

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