Eddie and Teddy

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When Eddie goes to school, Teddy finds a way to go too

Eddie has always done everything with his teddy, so when he has to go to school without Teddy he is very upset. But there is so much to do there, that he is soon fine. Teddy, however, is also upset and nothing that Mum does will cheer him up. They were both very relieved when it was time to pick up Eddie from school. And so they find a way for Teddy to go...
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Drawn Illustrations New York 1990 Soft Cover First Edition Good. No Jacket When Eddie goes off to school, Teddy (Eddie's stuffed bear) has a fit. Will Mom be able to calm him ... down? 9" X 7.75" 15 pages gift inscription First edition TIGHT AND BRIGHT COPY. Book is in good condition with light edgewear, sticker remnant to the cover and light cover soil. Read more Show Less

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When Eddie goes to school, Teddy finds a way to go too

Eddie has always done everything with his teddy, so when he has to go to school without Teddy he is very upset. But there is so much to do there, that he is soon fine. Teddy, however, is also upset and nothing that Mum does will cheer him up. They were both very relieved when it was time to pick up Eddie from school. And so they find a way for Teddy to go with Eddie after all – in everything he does.

Having been inseparable from his teddy bear for years, Eddie has to leave Teddy behind when he starts school.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
What may appear at first glance to be a routine tale of a child's devotion to a stuffed animal is anything but. In his first book for children, Clarke pairs an understated text and colorful cartoon-like pictures to tell the refreshingly funny story of the fast friendship between a feisty teddy bear and his boy. For years Teddy has done everything and gone everywhere with Eddie, so the bear is miserable when he is left at home on his friend's first day of school. Readers might now think that Teddy will have to make the best of a sad situation, since bears can't go to school, but Clarke has no such conventional ending in mind. Eddie's mom calls the teacher, and the next day Eddie leaves for school--with Teddy in tow. The last, comical picture shows the two pals years later, dressed in identical pin-striped suits and carrying identical briefcases. Clarke's antic art, diverting plot twists and winning characterizations will have children rooting for this decidedly droll duo. Ages 4-8. (Mar.)
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PreS-Gr 1-- Eddie and his bear, Teddy, have known each other since they were both in diapers, and they do everything together. So when Eddie must go to ``Big School'' without Teddy, both are very upset. Mom spends a rough day trying to comfort a distraught Teddy and finally allows him to accompany Eddie to school the following day. The concluding picture shows a grownup Eddie and Teddy, both wearing business suits, going to work together. While the slight text (a sentence or less on each page) makes this a quick read, suitable for the very young, the concepts and occasional visual humor suggest an older audience. The watercolor-and-ink illustrations are adequate, but the consistently vacant expressions on both boy and bear (staring eyes, fixed smile) are irritating. Teddy looks very much like an inanimate toy bear; that he is apparently real to both Eddie and his mother may be confusing to some readers. While short enough to sustain the attention of most readers, this is a marginal purchase at best.-- Ruth Smith, formerly at Chicago Pub . Lib .
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780688117009
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 8/1/1992
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 4 years

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