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Meet Monty—he was and he is a bear with a ginormous heart. Join him and his Youngling as they share a friendship destined to last a lifetime.
A story in verse, set to capture the heart of anyone that has ever loved a special bear.
Montmorency Montgomery Bear is a well loved, well traveled and very special bear to his Yougling, actor Terry Molloy. This beutifully illustrated book tells the tale of Monty's arrival and how he became a brother to his boy. One fateful day, they were parted and Monty abandoned to the dark attic, left to dream of his best friend and of the day they may be reunited.
Youngling grew into an Oldling, and one day discovered a forgotten box ...
Written in rhyme with an old fashioned charm, this book will entrance Younlings and Oldlings alike. A perfect bedtime tale to read with a favourite bear, or one to to rememeber a special bear by. Best known as an author in his own right, the illusrations have been painten by Paul Magrs. His watercolour illustrations perfectly match the tale of Monty and his Youngling.
A book that is sure to become as treasured as an old bear.
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.12(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 12 Years|
About the Author
He is perhaps best known on the small screen to Doctor Who fans as Davros, creator of the Daleks, playing the Doctor's nemesis in the classic series on TV from 1984 to 1988, and continuing to voice the character today in Doctor Who audio plays by Big Finish Productions.
When not travelling the world working, with his long-suffering teddy bear, Monty as his companion, Terry enjoys the quiet life, walking his dogs on the beaches of rural Norfolk.
Monty is a bear of inestimable worth and wisdom for the memories and stories of his life that he can tell. Born at the Ironbridge Works of the Coalbrookdale Company in Shropshire in the 1930s he is a Merrythought Bear through and through.
From his rumbustious childhood, through his days of disability and darkness, his restoration and subsequent renaissance as a world-travelling jet-setter and party animal, he has always maintained his 'glass half full' approach to life with a twinkling eye and a soft growl.
He truly has a 'Ginormous' heart.
Paul Magrs lives and writes in Manchester. In a twenty-odd year writing career he has published novels in every genre from Literary to Gothic Mystery to Science Fiction for adults and young adults. His most recent books are 'The Martian Girl' (Firefly Press), 'Fellowship of Ink' (Snow Books) and 'The Christmas Box' (Obverse Books.) Over the years he has contributed many times to the Doctor Who books and audio series. He has taught Creative Writing at both the University of East Anglia and Manchester Metropolitan University, and now writes and draws full time.