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Paddington at the Palace [Reading] ➭ Paddington at the Palace ➵ Michael Bond – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk When My Gruber takes Paddington to Buckingham Palace to watch the Changing of the Guard, there are so many people in the way and he can t see anything Luckily a mysterious someone on high apppears to When My Gruber takes Paddington to Buckingham Palace to watch the Changing of the Guard, there are so many people in the way and he can t see anything Luckily a mysterious someone on high apppears to like small bears.

  • Paperback
  • 22 pages
  • Paddington at the Palace
  • Michael Bond
  • English
  • 05 May 2019
  • 0007104405

About the Author: Michael Bond

Michael Bond, CBE was an English children s author He was the creator of Paddington Bear and wrote about the adventures of a guinea pig named Olga da Polga, as well as the animated BBC TV series The Herbs Bond also wrote culinary mystery stories for Paddington at PDF \ adults featuring Monsieur Pamplemousse and his faithful bloodhound, Pommes Frites.



10 thoughts on “Paddington at the Palace

  1. Gerry Gerry says:

    In this adventure, Paddington goes along with his friend Mr Gruber to see the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace They took the bus to get there, Paddington with his flag to wave in case he sees the Queen and Mr Gruber with his camera to catch any action.The walk through St James s Park having got off the bus and Paddington wants to pick some flowers for the Queen but Mr Gruber tells him that as it is a Royal Park it is not allowed to my shame I must confess to having played footbal In this adventure, Paddington goes along with his friend Mr Gruber to see the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace They took the bus to get there, Paddington with his flag to wave in case he sees the Queen and Mr Gruber with his camera to catch any action.The walk through St James s Park having got off the bus and Paddington wants to pick some flowers for the Queen but Mr Gruber tells him that as it is a Royal Park it is not allowed to my shame I must confess to having played football in that very park, something else that is strictly forbidden sorry.The flag is flying atop Buckingham Palace when they arrive, so Paddington knows that the Queen is in residence He then thinks he sees someone looking through one of the windows and speculates that it might be the Queen watching the crowds gather.The crowd grows and the band arrives but by then Paddington is pushed back and cannot see over the top of people s heads so Mr Gruber buys him a periscope but it does not work well for little Paddington And by the time he has crawled to the front of the crowd the band has passed by The crowd drifts away and Mr Gruber is disappointed that he has not got a photograph of Paddington with one of the guardsmen I didn t even see them, bemoans Paddington But at that moment a bowler hatted gentleman appears at the front gate and tells the couple that he has instructions to invite them inside the gates so that they may take a photograph You re very honoured, he tells them.Mr Gruber and Paddington accompany the man across the Palace parade ground where a soldier stands to attention Paddington, complete with his flag stands to attention alongside him I have somewhere a photograph of myself aged 10, looking very self conscious, stood next to a guardsman but he was not at the Palace but at Horse Guard s Parade and Mr Gruber takes the photograph.As the delighted couple walk away from the Palace, Paddington asks if it was the Queen looking out of the window when they first arrived Mr Gruber replies, It was either the Queen or it was someone who likes bears very much And he tells Paddington that when he puts the photograph in his album he must mark the window with a cross to remember the moment The photograph duly appears in Paddington s album with a proud footnote Me at the Palace This is another fun adventure with that charming little bear Paddington Brown

  2. Veronika Veronika says:

    My favourite little bear

  3. Irene Palfy Irene Palfy says:

    In a few weeks from now I m going to London after reading this I might better pack a little flag on a stick in case I see the Queen..

  4. Fi& Fi& says:

    I think , he said, as he stood to attention while Mr Gruber took a photograph,this guard is so good he doesn t need changing Ha ha I think this quote is hilarious I really enjoyed this one Maybe a bit too short but good for very young children who just want to read something quick.

  5. Gemma Gemma says:

    I recently found this book for my sons, and with so many happy memories of Paddington Bear from my own childhood, when it came to reading it I was not disappointed My boys and I loved it A lovely, short, easy to understand, fun story full of beautiful illustrations Perfect for young children

  6. Simone Simone says:

    My granddaughter and I made flags after reading this Lovely little story.

  7. Neens Bea Neens Bea says:

    This guard is so good, he doesn t need changing Gotta love Paddington D

  8. Grace Taylor Grace Taylor says:

    Love Paddington bear always have love the stories nice and short.

  9. Kristiana Cankowa Kristiana Cankowa says:

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  10. Tiffany Spencer Tiffany Spencer says:

    Paddington at the PalacePlot Mr Gruber takes Paddington to Buckingham Palace to see the changing on the Guards But because there s a crowd of people he can t see But someone helps him out and gets his picture in the end Could it be the Queen My Thoughts I wondered what the significance was with the crosses in the window And was that a London thing.Rating 5

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