These are new stories for the 50th anniversary of Paddington and I really enjoyed all of them. With his marmalade sandwich carefully tucked in his hat for emergencies, Paddington gets involved in an assortment of predicaments and incredible outcomes guaranteed to make you at least smile, if not LOL!
Somehow I missed reading this classic from 1946. Don’t miss it! I love the whole concept of the land belonging to God, and the lovely church with the Old Pastor leading us through some of the story. Abounding in love, hope, forgiveness and wonder, this beautiful tale should be on everyone’s bookshelf to read again and again over the years.
This is one of those delightful times where the movie and the book tell two totally different stories, and each one can be enjoyed separately. Although the movie makers claim it is based on the book, The Little White Horse, there is little overlap, other than the names of the characters, but the movie story was good and interesting, and I encourage you to watch it!
I always have a book to read, and am WAY behind on posting my list! These two books really took my attention and so I wanted to make sure I told you about them!
Hope you enjoy them as much as I did 🙂