teddy bears

Edith and the Duckling (The Lonely Doll books).

Edith and the Duckling

Edith, the Lonely Doll, and Mr. Bear find an abandoned nest in the woods and hatch a duckling. Darling spring pictures of the little felt doll. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



Edith and Midnight (The Lonely Doll books).

Edith and Midnight (The Lonely Doll books).

Edith, the Lonely Doll, befriends a very small Shetland pony. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



21582 Mother Goose's Teddy Bears by Cavally

Mother Goose's Teddy Bears, illustrated and adapted to Mother Goose.

"Sure of a welcome before you so much as open the book. The pictures and adaptations are by the same hand, and full of the delicious, chubby attractiveness which only little bears possess. Mother Goose lends herself very readily to a Teddy Bear interpretation, and the colored full-page illustrations and line decorations will delight the children beyond measure." From a 1907 review that holds just as true today. These gently coloured and adapted Steiff bear photos, Teddy's family album, delightfully illustrate verses like "Little Ted Horner/Sat in a corner.." Published just as Teddy's bears became teddy bears, and a lasting part of American culture. The author, a young Colorado postcard artist, apparently never wrote another children's book, but what a fine one this is! NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



The Lonely Doll by Dare Wright. Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1957/1957

The Lonely Doll.

A photographic story of Edith the doll (Lenci?) and a little Bear with simple text. NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.



Paddington's London. (A Paddington Bear Activity Book) on wheels.

A very cute rolling London Bus shape book with sturdy black  plastic wheels, in which Paddington and Mr. Gruber see the sights of London. The last page has the postcards which Mr. Gruber wisely purchases contrasted with Paddington's disastrous pictures. Note: This book has been SOLD.



Teddy by Sara Ball; Zug 1990; board book.


A neat little cube bound at the top: each opening of reveals a small bear in a different outfit. As far as we know, the first appearance of Teddy.



First Flight.

A little boy takes his first plane ride by himself, accompanied by his teddy bear, who grows to enormous size and needs some reassurance and reminders along the way.



Winnie-Pukh i vse-vse-vse (Winnie-the-Pooh and All-All-All) includes House at Pooh Corner.

On publication, the only authorized Russian translation. "Winnie-the-Pooh has become a Russian bear.. He converses in the Russian language as if he had spent his entire life on the banks of the Volga." flap.



Hannibal and the Bears.

Now that the Shoe Shop Bears live in a real home with the Trinket Family, they set out to rescue some lonely discarded toys and secrete them around the house. Among them is Hannibal, a once-magnificent elephant on wheels. Note: This Book Has Been Sold.



Moving Day.

A gentle poem-story and soft pictures recreate the atmosphere of moving day for a little girl and her Bear (who is a little scared). Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



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