Mostly Mary PDF/EPUB å Paperback

Mostly Mary PDF/EPUB å Paperback

Mostly Mary ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Mostly Mary Author Gwynedd Rae – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk In which we are introduced to Mary Plain, the small but energetic bear from Berne, and her extraordinary family, and to the Owl Man, who has to share and put up with so many of her adventures in the h In which we are introduced to Mary Plain, the small but energetic bear from Berne, and her extraordinary family, and to the Owl Man, who has to share and put up with so many of her adventures in the human world.


10 thoughts on “Mostly Mary

  1. Martin Martin says:

    Friendship did not stop me from getting this book I may have been about six years old when I read All Mary the second book in the series and the last time that I read books out of order My teacher had our class lined up to go somewhere when I noticed a new book in our class library Mostly Mary I pushed past my friends to grab the book and held it to my chest I already knew that I would enjoy this new adventure of Mary Plain the cute talking little bear and I was right.Luckily my friends d Friendship did not stop me from getting this book I may have been about six years old when I read All Mary the second book in the series and the last time that I read books out of order My teacher had our class lined up to go somewhere when I noticed a new book in our class library Mostly Mary I pushed past my friends to grab the book and held it to my chest I already knew that I would enjoy this new adventure of Mary Plain the cute talking little bear and I was right.Luckily my friends did not get upset with my rude manners nor did my teacher worry about taking the book with me.Mary Plain was remarkable in that she was a real bear in a human world at first Switzerland and later England in the 1950s She could talk in the manner of a five year with a limited world view What wasremarkable was the Owl Man understanding Mary and adopting her Mary called him the Owl Man because he wore dark rimmed glasses Later she met the Fur Coat Lady you can guess how she got her name.A few years later I was able buy copies of the original publications, which are still on my library shelves after moving house many times My biggest move was from New Zealand to my new home in the Philippines I have a great niece here and she is getting my Mary books and other favorites.I loved Mary as she could look at the world with enthusiasm through her child like eyes.If you want to re capture your childhood then read Mary.Enjoy


  2. Kerri Kerri says:

    Absolutely lovely.I was so pleased to stumble across this yesterday as I had been interested in reading this series It s a wonderful book, sweet and charming I adore the illustrations by Clara Vulliamy and will be buying copies of the other Mary Plain Adventures currently in print by Egmont I also plan on tracking down older versions of this series to experience the different illustrations.


  3. Tweedledum Tweedledum says:

    I discovered Mary Plain at the tender age of 5 and for me she remains infinitely better than Winnie the Pooh or Paddington Naive but courageous , innocent yet wise Here we see Mary as a very young orphan cub struggling to find her place in the family hierarchy The story is so funny but there is pathos too and as Mary dares to leave her safe home behind her to venture out into the wide world with the Owl Man the reader is left longing to know what happens next Of course the stories are dated a I discovered Mary Plain at the tender age of 5 and for me she remains infinitely better than Winnie the Pooh or Paddington Naive but courageous , innocent yet wise Here we see Mary as a very young orphan cub struggling to find her place in the family hierarchy The story is so funny but there is pathos too and as Mary dares to leave her safe home behind her to venture out into the wide world with the Owl Man the reader is left longing to know what happens next Of course the stories are dated and of their time but none the less appealing for all that As a child I delighted to try and decipher the Mary writing held my breath as Mary ventured out on a dangerous adventure and breathed a great sigh of relief when everything turned out OK I thought these books were lost forever until I discovered a set newly published in an obscure book shop in South Wales in 1982 Since then I have been pleased to say that where I go Mary Plain goes too.ll


  4. Lissa Oliver Lissa Oliver says:

    I used to adore these stories of the naughty heroine Borrowed her countless times from the library and re read them all.


  5. Laura Laura says:

    Paddington Bear is a classic and mostly better written, but when I was a little girl I loved Mary Plain because she was a girl bear.


  6. Sue Hyams Sue Hyams says:

    Everyone should know Mary


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