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Paddington Games: Paddington Run, Paddington Escape, Memory, Flying Through London & More

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Join Paddington, the much loved classic bear from deepest, darkest Peru on his adventures with these fun games that will engage and entertain children. Run as Paddington the Bear around London collecting marmalade jars, search for Paddington’s label that fell off at the train station and much more. There’s lots of amusement to be had with these free online games starring the beloved brown bear wearing his signature red hat, blue duffle coat and holding his suitcase to carry a few marmalade sandwiches along the way.

Paddington Run

Enjoy this fun-filled endless runner adventure based on the award-winning Paddington movie! Run through the busy streets of London to collect the delicious marmalade, beat challenges and unlock exciting new features in each action-packed level.

Along the way, you’ll collect lots of different costumes, handy boots and mystery boxes to help you conquer challenges. Kids and adults alike will enjoy the different mini-games that can be discovered throughout the game to help them collect even more marmalade and tokens.

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Paddington Escape

Help find Paddington’s label which feel off in the train station.

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Memory

Pair all of the items up to reveal the treasured item to take to the party.

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Flying Through London

Find the key to 32 Windsor Gardens along the local streets of London.

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Spot the Differences

Paddington loves to collect things! Find the differences to find the final item!

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If you have any suggestions for more Paddington Bear games that our readers would enjoy, please let us know in the comments.

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Watch The Adventures of Paddington Bear Videos

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The Adventures of Paddington Bear is an animated children’s television series based on the children’s Paddington Bear books by Michael Bond, that premiered in 1997 for three seasons, each with thirteen episodes.

The Adventures of Paddington Bear

Season One
  1. A Visit to the Hospital / Paddington Takes to the Road / The Last Dance
  2. Paddington Goes Underground / Paddington in the Ring / Mr. Curry lets off Steam
  3. A Visit to the Bank / A Spot of Fishing / Bear’s Job Week
  4. Paddington And The Stately Home / The Opal of My Eye / Too Much off the Top
  5. Adventure at the Seaside / Paddington and the Pyramid Selling / Paddington and the Finishing Touch
  6. Paddington Turns Detective / Seeing is Believing / A Visit to the Theatre
  7. Paddington at the Wheel / Howdy Paddington / A Shopping Expedition
  8. Paddington gets a Raise / Bonhomme Paddington / Everything Comes to Those Who Wait
  9. Paddington Hits Out / Ranger Paddington / Paddington’s Puzzle
  10. Paddington Cleans Up / Riding High / Paddington Dines Out
  11. Paddington Keeps Fit / Paddington Goes to Washington / Trouble at the Launderette
  12. The Case of the Doubtful Dummy / The Greatest Paddington on Earth / Paddington Goes to Court
  13. The Treasure Hunt / Paddington Goes to Hollywood / Mr. Gruber’s Mystery Tour

Season Two
  1. A Disappearing Trick / Paddington Saves the Day / Paddington Goes to School
  2. Old Master Paddington / Paddington and the Pardon / A Picnic on the River
  3. A Day to Remember / Paddington in Spain / A Most Unusual Ceremony
  4. Paddington Steps Out / Paddington Prepares / Paddington Recommended
  5. Paddington Goes to the Dentist / Paddington’s Dinosaur / Paddington’s First Flight
  6. Paddington Breaks the Peace / Paddington Takes Off / Trouble at Number 32
  7. Paddington in a Hole / Paddington in the Galapagos / Paddington Strikes a Bargain
  8. Pantomime Time / Paddington in Alaska / A Stitch in Time
  9. Paddington and the Cold Snap / Paddington and the Yeti / Paddington Hits the Jackpot
  10. Paddington Makes a Clean Sweep / Paddington at the Olympics / Paddington and Do it Yourself
  11. In and out of Trouble / Sir Paddington / A Spot of Decorating
  12. Paddington in Touch / Paddington at the Dead Sea / Goings on at Number 32
  13. A Sticky Time / Private Paddington / Paddington Buys a Share

Season Three
  1. Paddington Takes a Cut / Anchors Away / Paddington Passes Through
  2. What’s Going on at Number 32 / Paddington at the Rock Garden / Trouble in the Bargain Basement
  3. Paddington Clocks In / Paddington Goes Swiss / A Day by the Sea
  4. House Training / Dare Devil Bear / Paddington the Rock Star
  5. The Amazing Paddington / Pirates! / Paddington the Host
  6. The Great Escape / The Paddington Files / Paddington the Surveyor
  7. Mr. Curry’s Birthday Bash / Paddington and the Loch Ness Monster / Copybear
  8. Paddington gets his Money’s Worth / Drive Bear Drive / Paddington Delivers the Goods
  9. Paddington the Tour Guide / April Fools / Superstitious Paddington
  10. The Royal Tour / Gold Rush Paddington / Paddington Calls the Shots
  11. The Spy Who Loved Marmalade / Paddington at Wimbledon / Paddington in the Park
  12. One Bear’s Treasure / Bear of Style / A Night at the Opera
  13. Paddington the Babysitter / Paddington on the Orient Express / Paddington and the Frog of Doom

Season One

A Visit to the Hospital / Paddington Takes to the Road / The Last Dance

Paddington Goes Underground / Paddington in the Ring / Mr. Curry lets off Steam

A Visit to the Bank / A Spot of Fishing / Bear’s Job Week

Paddington And The Stately Home / The Opal of My Eye / Too Much off the Top

Adventure at the Seaside / Paddington and the Pyramid Selling / Paddington and the Finishing Touch

Paddington Turns Detective / Seeing is Believing / A Visit to the Theatre

Paddington at the Wheel / Howdy Paddington / A Shopping Expedition

Paddington gets a Raise / Bonhomme Paddington / Everything Comes to Those Who Wait

Paddington Hits Out / Ranger Paddington / Paddington’s Puzzle

Paddington Cleans Up / Riding High / Paddington Dines Out

Paddington Keeps Fit / Paddington Goes to Washington / Trouble at the Launderette

The Case of the Doubtful Dummy / The Greatest Paddington on Earth / Paddington Goes to Court

The Treasure Hunt / Paddington Goes to Hollywood / Mr. Gruber’s Mystery Tour

Season Two

A Disappearing Trick / Paddington Saves the Day / Paddington Goes to School

Old Master Paddington / Paddington and the Pardon / A Picnic on the River

A Day to Remember / Paddington in Spain / A Most Unusual Ceremony

Paddington Steps Out / Paddington Prepares / Paddington Recommended

Paddington Goes to the Dentist / Paddington’s Dinosaur / Paddington’s First Flight

Paddington Breaks the Peace / Paddington Takes Off / Trouble at Number 32

Paddington in a Hole / Paddington in the Galapagos / Paddington Strikes a Bargain

Pantomime Time / Paddington in Alaska / A Stitch in Time

Paddington and the Cold Snap / Paddington and the Yeti / Paddington Hits the Jackpot

Paddington Makes a Clean Sweep / Paddington at the Olympics / Paddington and Do it Yourself

In and out of Trouble / Sir Paddington / A Spot of Decorating

Paddington in Touch / Paddington at the Dead Sea / Goings on at Number 32

A Sticky Time / Private Paddington / Paddington Buys a Share

Season Three

Paddington Takes a Cut / Anchors Away / Paddington Passes Through

What’s Going on at Number 32 / Paddington at the Rock Garden / Trouble in the Bargain Basement

Paddington Clocks In / Paddington Goes Swiss / A Day by the Sea

House Training / Dare Devil Bear / Paddington the Rock Star

The Amazing Paddington / Pirates! / Paddington the Host

The Great Escape / The Paddington Files / Paddington the Surveyor

Mr. Curry’s Birthday Bash / Paddington and the Loch Ness Monster / Copybear

Paddington gets his Money’s Worth / Drive Bear Drive / Paddington Delivers the Goods

Paddington the Tour Guide / April Fools / Superstitious Paddington

The Royal Tour / Gold Rush Paddington / Paddington Calls the Shots

The Spy Who Loved Marmalade / Paddington at Wimbledon / Paddington in the Park

One Bear’s Treasure / Bear of Style / A Night at the Opera

Paddington the Babysitter / Paddington on the Orient Express / Paddington and the Frog of Doom

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Paddington Bear Animated Television Series Episode Guide

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The Paddington Bear animated television series released in 1989 to 1990 was the second television adaptation of the children’s book series, after the original Paddington children’s television series that premiered in 1976.

In the series, Paddington Bear lives with the Brown family, and their American cousin, David Russell. The series also features Mrs. Bird, the housekeeper, Mr. Gruber, the antique shop owner and Mr. Curry, the Brown family’s nasty next-door neighbour.

The TV series consisted of 13 episodes, each over 20 minutes in duration, and was made by Hanna-Barbera in association with Central Independent Television. The complete series Paddington Bear: The Complete Series on DVD was released in 2020 for the first time.

Please Look After This Bear

As Mr. and Mrs. Brown pick up their nephew at Paddington Station, they meet a bear and decide to adopt him. They name him after the station. Paddington Bear has a little trouble adjusting to his new lifestyle, but the Browns help him out and buy him a new outfit, then go out to dinner.

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Calling Dr. Paddington

Mr. Curry tricks Paddington into doing his gardening chores. After a mishap that sends Mr. Curry to the hospital, Paddington regularly visits him. Paddington’s most recent visit gets him exploring various departments in the hospital. A doctor gives Paddington just the solution he needs for Mr. Curry.

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Curtain Call for Paddington

Paddington takes the Browns’ clothes to the launderette, which seem to lead to disaster but have actually turned out very well. The Brown Family go to a theatre performance tonight. Paddington sneaks backstage and helps the actors to succeed in their performance.

Paddington’s Sticky Situation

Paddington visits the marmalade factory.

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Bear-Hugged

Mr. Gruber has a unique antique steam-powered car and Paddington helps him to restore it for the festive parade. Unfortunately when Paddington enters a caber toss competition it gets damaged. Paddington gets caught in a wrestling match but he convinces Mr. Galore to help with Mr. Gruber’s car.

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Paddington Meets the Queen

Fascinated by Buckingham Palace, the Brown Family take Paddington to the Royal muse, where he gets into a royal coach and is met with Queen Elizabeth II, but he is arrested at the Tower of London and then mixed up in a suit of armour but he makes to the Queen in time for sandwiches.

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The Ghost of Christmas Paddington

It’s Christmas time and Paddington finds himself in some very festive adventures including his nasty neighbour mistaking Paddington for the Ghost of Christmas Past.

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Paddington For Prime Minister

Today is election day for PM. Mr. Gruber takes Paddington to Hyde Park where he is nominated for PM much to the astonishment of the Browns. The current PM convinces Paddington to support him, so he can keep his position. In return, Paddington is appointed the Minister of Marmalade.

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Goings on at Number 32

When the television goes wrong, Paddington discovers that the repair man is really the Portobello Prowler and alerts the police.

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Fishing for Paddington

A day at the seaside begins to look a bit fishy when Paddington turns a paw to life-saving.

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Ride ‘Em Paddington

The singing cowboy Rudy Tootin’ finds he’s got competition by the name of Paddington Bear. Paddington proves that he’s just as handy with a horse and lasso as he is with a jar of marmalade.

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Expedition Paddington

In search of excitement, Paddington signs up for a raft expedition and finds that inflatable dinghies can be hard to handle.

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The Picture of Paddington Brown

Paddington’s Aunt Lucy in Peru is missing him, so Paddington decides to buy her a jar of marmalade and a very special painting is the only way to raise the money.

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About Paddington Bear

A young bear ends up in London’s Paddington Station, where he is spotted sitting on an old leather suitcase outside the lost and found by a family called the Browns. Unable to resist the label around his neck that reads “Please look after this bear. Thank you”, the Browns decide there is only one thing to do. They take the tired, hungry little bear home and adopt him – not as a toy or a pet, but as a child. He is then named Paddington, after the place where he was found.

Since 1958, when his story was first told in Michael Bond’s classic book, Paddington Bear has delighted millions of children throughout the world. Years later, Hanna-Barbera brought Paddington to cartoon life in all his innocent, duffle-coated charm. Merrily plunging into one misadventure after another, Paddington keeps the Brown family in constant comic turmoil. But thanks to his pure heart and good luck, things always turn out all right for Paddington in the end.

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‘A Bear Called Paddington’ and the Children’s Books By British Author Michael Bond

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Michael Bond’s stories of Paddington have charmed readers all over the world for decades. It all began with ‘A Bear Called Paddington’ released on 13 October 1958, about a friendly spectacled bear from darkest Peru, wearing an old hat and duffel coat and carrying a battered suitcase, with a love of marmalade. Paddington has since featured in more than twenty books written by British author with television series based on the titles.

A Bear Called Paddington

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

“A bear on Paddington Station?” said Mrs Brown in amazement. “Don’t be silly — there can’t be.” The Browns first met Paddington on a railway station — Paddington station, in fact. He had travelled all the way from Darkest Peru with only a jar of marmalade, a suitcase and his hat. The Browns soon find that Paddington is a very unusual bear. Ordinary things — like having a bath, travelling underground or going to the seaside become quite extraordinary, if a bear called Paddington is involved.

More About Paddington

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

Paddington Bear becomes a celebrity when he takes portraits of the Brown family with a very old camera. Thanks to the unique results, a local shop puts the photos on display. And that’s just the first adventure this extraordinary bear finds himself in. From wallpapering to mystery-solving, Paddington does it all with the sense of wonder and playful charm that readers have come to love.

First published in 1959, More about Paddington is the second novel by Michael Bond chronicling the adventures of this classic character. Paddington has charmed generations of readers with his earnest good intentions and humorous misadventures.

Paddington Helps Out

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

Paddington Bear loves to lend a paw. From taking a saw to Mr. Curry’s kitchen table to extinguishing a surprise flambé, each time Paddington helps out, things tend to get messier before they improve. But with his special tool kit, his playful wits, and just a little bit of marmalade, Paddington can take any day and make it extraordinary!

First published in 1960, Paddington Helps Out is the third novel by Michael Bond.

Paddington Abroad

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

When the Browns go on holiday to France, Paddington is put in charge of the “eyetinnery.” But even with the whole trip planned down to the last marmalade sandwich, somehow Paddington takes the family off the beaten path on a voyage no one could forget. With Paddington in charge, one should always plan on a little bit of adventure!

First published in 1961, Paddington Abroad is the fourth novel by Michael Bond.

Paddington at Large

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

Ever since Paddington started working in the garden, it’s been a bit quieter in the Brown household, but with a bear around, things never stay quiet for long. From a paw-sticking toffee disaster to a slight scorching of Father Christmas’s beard, Paddington brings a splash of adventure to every day.

First published in 1962, Paddington at Large is the fifth novel by Michael Bond.

Paddington Marches On

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

Paddington is just the kind of bear to volunteer for a tough job. Whether it’s trying his paw at plumbing, cleaning the Browns’ chimney, or visiting a marmalade factory, Paddington always manages to seek out the unexpected.

First published in 1964, Paddington Marches On is the sixth novel by Michael Bond.

Paddington at Work

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

When Paddington returns from his trip to Peru, he doesn’t waste any time getting back to business. The Stock Exchange, the ballet, the barber’s shop, Mr. Curry’s kitchen…nothing is safe when Paddington gets to work.

First published in 1966, Paddington at Work is the seventh novel by Michael Bond.

Paddington Goes to Town

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

Paddington has warmed the hearts of generations of readers with his earnest good intentions and humorous misadventures. This brand-new paper-over-board edition of the classic novel contains the original text by Michael Bond and illustrations by Peggy Fortnum.

Paddington doesn’t intentionally turn his friend’s wedding into an uproar by getting the wedding ring stuck on his paw. Nor does he plan for Mr. Curry to slip on his marmalade sandwich in the middle of an important golf shot. But these sorts of things and more just happen when Paddington goes to town.

First published in 1968, Paddington Goes to Town is the eighth novel chronicling the adventures of Michael Bond’s beloved classic character, Paddington Bear.

Paddington Takes the Air

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

Paddington has warmed the hearts of generations of readers with his earnest good intentions and humorous misadventures. This brand-new paper-over-board edition of the classic novel contains the original text by Michael Bond and illustrations by Peggy Fortnum.

What other bear but Paddington could find himself sent home on his first day of school? Or questioned as a prime witness in court? Or taking a crash course in water-skiing? Trust Paddington to follow his nose for adventure, with a suitcase full of marmalade sandwiches in tow!

First published in 1970, Paddington Takes the Air is the ninth classic novel about Michael Bond’s beloved classic character, Paddington Bear.

Paddington in the Garden

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

When Paddington starts to make a list of all the nice things he can think of about being a bear and living with the Browns he is sure to include ‘the garden’. Paddington feels very lucky to have such a nice garden, especially as he has his own little patch in it, to keep him out of mischief! But when Paddington is around things are rarely simple and he soon finds that gardening is not as easy as he had first thought. He sets out, with a jar of marmalade of course, to look for ideas and ends up in a building site behind the Browns’ garden. He is sure that if he climbs up a nearby ladder he will get an excellent view of his own little garden and that will help him with his design. Unfortunately, bears, building sites and marmalade don’t really mix. But, as usual, Paddington is able to turn circumstances to his advantage and come out on top after all!

Paddington’s ‘Blue Peter’ Story Book

Written by Michael Bond

Paddington at the Tower

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

The irresistible, classic bear from Darkest Peru, who was found at Paddington station, causes havoc while out sight-seeing! When Paddington vists the Tower of London he makes sure he has enough marmalade sandwiches to sustain him. However, it’s not just bears who like sandwiches.

Paddington on Top

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

First published in 1974, Paddington On Top is the tenth classic novel about Michael Bond’s beloved bear and the humorous misadventures that have charmed readers for generations.

Paddington Takes the Test

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum

Only a bear like Paddington could find himself taking a driving test by mistake, becoming a model at an art school, or being sawed in half at a magic show. No matter what adventures await, Paddington always comes through with flying colors.

First published in 1979, Paddington Takes the Test is the seventh novel by Michael Bond.

Paddington on Screen

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Barry Macey

Paddington, a little bear adopted by a human family, makes a puzzle, tries to perform a magic trick, attends the horse races, and appears on a television quiz show.

Paddington at the Zoo

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

A funny story about the irresistible, classic bear from Darkest Peru – soon to be a major movie star!

When Paddington visits the zoo, he takes enough marmalade sandwiches with him to last all day. However, he is none too pleased when he realises how popular they are with the zoo’s inhabitants!

Paddington and the Knickerbocker Rainbow

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by David McKee

Paddington’s Painting Exhibition

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by David McKee

Paddington at the Fair

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

One day the Browns take Paddington to the fair. He doesn’t think the money that Mr Brown has given him will last for long, with all the exciting things to do. But when it’s time to go home he finds he’s had quite enough fun for one day. Young children will love this story featuring their favourite bear. Somehow when Paddington is around life is never dull!

Paddington at the Palace

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

When Mr Gruber takes Paddington to Buckingham Palace to watch the Changing of the Guard, there are so many people in the way he can’t see a thing. Luckily, a mysterious someone ‘on high’ appears to like small bears.

Paddington’s Magical Christmas

Written by Michael Bond

Paddington’s investigation to find out why the Brown family is rejoicing over the wonderful Christmas presents they have gotten when none are evident ends in a big parade and a merry holiday.

Paddington Bear and the Busy Bee Carnival

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

It’s carnival time! Paddington Bear and his friend Mr. Gruber join the festivities by entering the Busy Bee Adventure Trail contest–whoever finds the greatest number of objects starting with the letter “B” wins a prize. They search all along the canals of Little Venice in London where Bicycles, Boats, and Balloons abound. Things couldn’t be better. Then Mr. Gruber notices a sneaky-looking boy following them,. Could he be copying their list? Luckily, Paddington has a trick or two up his sleeve. After all, his B is the most important one of all–B for bear, that is. Paddington Bear has charmed readers for nearly forty years.

Paddington Goes to Hospital

Written by Michael Bond and Karen Jankel and illustrated by R. W. Alley

“We should never have given Paddington a boomerang for his birthday,” said Mrs Brown as she gazed down at the figure lying on the lawn. “I knew no good would come of it.” Paddington let out a groan… Paddington has got himself into trouble again, and this time it’s serious. After trying to get his kite out of a tree, by rather unorthodox methods, he finds himself being whisked off to hospital in an ambulance. He is examined by doctors, is X-rayed and is eventually operated on! Full of the humorous misunderstandings and adventures that this lovable bear is famous for, this is a great story for the young Paddington fan who is apprehensive, or merely curious, about what goes on inside a hospital.

Paddington and the Grand Tour

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

Paddington is delighted when his friend Mr Gruber suggests going for a day out in the city. He is even more excited when he discovers they will be going on a tour bus. Unfortunately, the other tourists think he is their tour guide and follow him everywhere and soon Paddington is deep in chaos.

Paddington Here and Now

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum and R. W. Alley

If Paddington Bear learned anything from his Uncle Pastuzo, it’s that home is where you hang your hat. And for Paddington, nothing feels quite like home than being with the Brown family. Whether Paddington is starring in a surprise concert performance while eating a marmalade sandwich or thwarting a burglary attempt from Gentleman Dan, the Drainpipe Man, this one-of-a-kind bear keeps the Brown family home full of adventure and laughter.

First published in 2008, Paddington Here and Now is the twelfth classic novel about Michael Bond’s beloved classic character, Paddington Bear.

Paddington Races Ahead

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum and R. W. Alley

Somehow Paddington always manages to find himself in strange situations. From a squishy miscommunication involving oysters and public transit to a case of mistaken identity, there’s never a dull moment when a certain bear is around!

Paddington Races Ahead is the thirteenth classic novel about Michael Bond’s beloved classic character, Paddington Bear.

Paddington Goes for Gold

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

This picture book features Paddington, the classic bear from Darkest Peru, as he takes part in a local family sports event, with hilarious results!

Love From Paddington

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum and R. W. Alley

Told through Paddington’s letters to his aunt Lucy back in Peru, this new novel offers Paddington’s own special view on some of his most famous tales. Filled with Paddington’s signature charm and with black-and-white illustrations throughout, this paper-over-board keepsake is a celebration of this beloved character.

Paddington’s Finest Hour

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum and R. W. Alley

Somehow Paddington always finds himself in extraordinary situations, so it is no surprise when he appears in a popular TV cooking show, finds himself on a stage giving one of his hard stares to a hypnotist, and performing some precarious tricks at Mr. Gruber’s birthday party.

Paddington At St Paul’s

Written by Michael Bond and illustrated by R. W. Alley

Paddington Bear’s adventures never go quite as planned. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t filled with fun and laughter!

When Mr. Gruber takes Paddington on a special outing to St. Paul’s Cathedral, there is one surprise after another. And the biggest surprise of all comes when Paddington is mistaken for a choir bear and suddenly finds himself taking part in a most unusual rehearsal.

This picture book is the finale of the original Paddington series. It was finished before Michael Bond’s death. The final book in the ‘Paddington’ series to be written by the creator himself was released on 27 June 2018 to mark the anniversary of the day that Michael Bond died and the 60th anniversary of “A Bear Called Paddington”