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By: Jean Bain


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A beautifully illustrated picture book, written in rhyme, about a day which was planned forever that turns out very badly for Tedbury, a small, soft, golden-yellow teddy bear. Alas, he has been forgotten at the park.

Seasons come and go, from summer to the snows of winter to the rain in spring – Tedbury is out in all weather. Creature visitors come and go. They try to help; they ask him, “Who are you? Where did you come from?”

Sadness ekes from his black, shoe-button eyes. Won’t somebody stop and help him?

Tedbury is forlorn until a badger wriggles him onto his back and takes him on an adventure through a lovely little town.

This charming book is set in Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, England, where Jean lived with her daughter, Maureen, for a couple of years.

Jean Bain, born and raised in Pembrokeshire, Wales, studied at Pembrokeshire College of Art, Carmarthen and Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine, USA. She worked as an artist and art teacher at a montessori academy in Texas before returning to the UK to write and illustrate children’s books which she has been working on for around 10 years.

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