Threadbear




      Threadbear
There is one thing that has always been wrong with Threadbear In his tummy is a squeaker that has never squeaked Can Father Christmas make his wish come true and give him a squeaky tummy or will it be something much simple that grants him his wish With fantastic fold out pages.Mick Inkpen has won the British Book Award, the Children s Book Award and been shortlisted for both the Kate Greenway Medal and the Nestle Prize He is consistently in the Top Ten most borrowed children s authors from public libraries. Read Threadbear – bluevapours.co.uk

Mick Inkpen is one of the most popular author illustrators in the world His books have sold over 4 million copies, and have been translated into over twenty different languages His best loved characters are probably Kipper and Wibbly Pig who are both stars of their very own TV series He began his career as a graphic designer, and worked with another children s author Nick Butterworth of Percy the Park Keeper fame on a cartoon strip for the Sunday Express In 1989 The Blue Balloon was published to great acclaim, and established him as an important and original voice in children s picture books He and his wife, Debbie, also had children of their own by this point Without the experience of having children of my own I doubt that I would have been capable of writing effectively for children And yet it s true that good work really springs from trying to please yourself Mick lives in Essex with his wife and two children.He began his career as a graphic designer, declining a place to study English at Cambridge University During this period he worked with Nick Butterworth, a fellow children s author, from whom he learned design and typography Together they developed a cartoon strip for the Sunday Express magazine, later to become a first series of children s picture books They also worked in children s television.In 1989 The Blue Balloon established him as a truly original voice in children s picture books, by which time Mick and his wife Debbie had two children of their own Without the experience of having children of my own I doubt that I would have been capable of writing effectively for children And yet it s true that good work really springs from trying to please yourself

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      Threadbear
 Author Mick Inkpen For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Threadbear
  • Mick Inkpen
  • English
  • 20 September 2019
  • 0340931094

10 thoughts on “ Threadbear

  1. Shanaz Begum says:

    The story centres around a teddy bear he has one eye that is a button meaning he see s everything in fours rather than singles, and so much stuffing within him that is arms and chest is solid and he has never been able to get his deeply buried squeaker to work Different people that have tried to get Threadbears squeaker to work, and all failing miserably This of course makes Threadbear really sad that he can t squeak and do as he should for his owner and friend Ben After taking advice from The story centres around a teddy bear he has one eye that is a button meaning he see s everything in fours rather than singles, and so much stuffing within him that is arms and chest is solid and he has never been able to get his deeply buried squeaker to work Different people that have tried to get Threadbears squeaker to work, and all failing miserably This of course makes Threadbear really sad that he can t squeak and do as he should for his owner and friend Ben After taking advice from the other toys, he decides to sit on the roof a...

  2. Samantha Hessey says:

    Every child has a Threadbear Even if it s not specifically a bear, most children have something that they treasure, a leaf maybe So it really tugs on the heart strings to think of your bear as being alive and feeling sad.Ben had a bear called Threadbear, and Threadbear was sad because he had a squeaker that had never squeaked Not even once Everybody tried to get his squeaker to work but everybody failed, even the Doctor So Threadbear set out to find Father Christmas to ask him for a Every child has a Threadbear Even if it s not specifically a bear, most children have something that they treasure, a leaf maybe So it really tugs on the heart strings to think of your bear as being alive and feeling sad.Ben had a bear called Threadbear, and Threadbear was sad because he had a squeaker that had never squeaked Not even once Everybo...

  3. Laura Brandon says:

    A touching story that all children will be able to relate to, with illustrations on Inkpen s recognisable style

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