Un oso llamado Paddington/ A Bear Named Paddington (Mundo Magico) (Spanish Edition) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-26 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings

" Have fond memories of reading this as a child.Loved re-reading.Wonderful stories! " said.

" After reading "All the Bright Places" *still crying*, the story about Paddington was rally good choice. This book was funny and sweet, and it made me laugh-that's what I really needed :)) " said.

"This was on my list of betterment.

Paddington is just so loveable! He is so cheeky and gets away with a lot, I even found myself laughing to myself about some of the situations he gets himself into.

I like how each chapter in the book was a new little story. It made it very easy to read and the stories do build upon what we already know about Paddington and the Brown's.

In some places the book was quite dated and I feel some children would not pick up on this but the ones which do would need a bit more explanation as to why certain things happen, for instance, why Paddington gets a photo taken of himself at the beach by someone, therefore historical elements could be explored with ties to children's own family history etc. I think my mum has photos of many of her British beach holidays when she was little.
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" In memory of the author who died yesterday, I gave my first Paddington book a try. It didn't go so well. I hate children's literature— but I am in my sixth decade so give me a break. LOL. I think I'll pull the Ted movie DVD off the shelf and enjoy it instead. " said.

" This is my Paddington... Awwww ...nostalgia...wonderfully narrated by Stephen Fry...this made me smile :) " said.

" Found it funny when I was a kid. " said.

"After battling through a huge variety of the old classic books recently, I was in the mood for some unchallenging, easy to digest and entertaining books. Paddington is all that and more. I love bears, and the idea of this super-polite but oft-in-trouble brown bear from Darkest Peru is one that instantly resonates. I must have read this a thousand times, and just like Winnie-the-Pooh (another bear), it’s one I could read every day forever.

What’s actually lovely about it is that Paddington isn’t your goodie-two-shoes innocent bear. He’s mischievious, thinks nothing of using paint-stripper on artwork that doesn’t belong to him, and has an excellent unsettling stare.

He’s lovable though, and gets away with it all the time. The book is chapter after chapter of Paddington Brown getting into scrapes and then clawing his way out of them. It’s marvellous fun to sit back and watch the harmless japes of a different kind of ‘silly old bear’.
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" Velmi roztomilé! A teď hurá na film! " said.

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