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Paddington at Work

Narrated by: Hugh Bonneville
Series: Paddington, Book 7
Length: 2 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

The irresistible Paddington Bear, who was found in Paddington station, returns in this reissued novel, with a brand-new cover design.

Paddington has a knack for 'smelling out things', and his sharp nose, supported by marmalade sandwiches, leads him into many adventures. Whether it's lending a paw to a famous Russian ballet dancer or serving baked elastic instead of baked Alaska, this unforgettable bear is as trouble-prone and funny as ever!

Stories of Paddington Bear have delighted children all over the world for 50 years.

©2016 Michael Bond (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic reviews

Praise for the Paddington series:
"I've always had great respect for Paddington.... He is a British institution." (Stephen Fry)
"Paddington has joined Pooh as one of the great bears of English children's literature." ( The Teacher)
"Michael Bond's accident-prone bear...has become one of the most enduring of children's characters." ( The Bookseller)

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Would you consider the audio edition of Paddington at Work to be better than the print version?

Just different...

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The beginning - a recognisable and perfect voice.

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