Threadbear Paperback – 5 Jul 2007
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Even the other toys tried to help.....and with 'Grey Thing's' helpful advice, Threadbear goes on a mission in search of an answer to his problem!
Large size paperback with 32 shiny high quality pages in the popular two-page spread format, with bold, moderate sized text.
Wonderfully illustrated with meaningful facial expressions further enhancing this witty story.
From the back cover:
'There is one thing that has always been wrong with Threadbear. In his tummy is a squeaker that has never squeaked......'
Main text example:
'Ben's bear was called Threadbear. He was old. Bits of him had worn out. Or worked loose. Or dropped off. He had a paw that didn't match, and a button for an eye. ........But there was one thing that had always been wrong with Threadbear. The silly man who had made him had put too much stuffing inside him.
His arms were too hard. His legs were too hard. And there was so much stuffing inside his tummy that his squeaker had been squashed. It had never squeaked. Not even once.
Threadbear hated having a squeaker in his tummy that wouldn't squeak. It made him feel that he was letting Ben down.
Ben's frog could croak. His space monster could squelch. And his electronic robot could burble away for hours if its batteries were the right way round.
Even the little toy that Ben called 'Grey Thing' could make a noise, and nobody knew what 'Grey Thing' was meant to be!.......'
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book was sent in such a poor state, even with torn pages. Annoyingly had the hassle of returning the book.Published 20 months ago by Clare
A charming story. Great for Christmas as it brings in Father Christmas, but could be enjoyed at any time of year.Published on 31 Jan. 2014 by WindowsShopper
I was expecting the same book I had as a child but when it arrived it was no bigger than the size of my hand. Read morePublished on 13 Nov. 2013 by Pen Name
This is a wonderful story, told in the inimitable style of Mick Inkpen. I think that by now, I must have read this book to three generations of children and they all love it. Read morePublished on 29 May 2013 by Mrs Christine M Bearman. C M B