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Teddy Robinson Quotes

Nine of the best book quotes from Teddy Robinson
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“This is me under the tree, the bravest bear you ever did see. All alone so brave I’ve grown, I’m camping out on my very own.”
Joan G. Robinson
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The Teddy Robinson Storybook
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Teddy Robinson
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“Deborah and Mummy called him a dear, too. But I don’t think he’s a dear. I don’t like him at all, and I hope he’ll stay always inside that brown-paper bag.”
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“Teddy Robinson felt very pleased and important, and thought how jolly it was to be so busy that he hadn’t even time to go to a picnic.”
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″‘Oh, Teddy Robinson,’ said Deborah, ‘don’t think so loud- I can’t hear myself chalking.‘”
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“And when bedtime came something even worse happened. Teddy Robinson and Deborah got into bed as usual, and what should they find but the blue dog already there, lying right in the middle of the bed, and smiling up at them both, just as if he belonged there.”
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″‘Fancy that!’ said Teddy Robinson to himself, and he felt half surprised and half cross to think he wasn’t quite the dearest person in the whole world.”
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″‘Just at the minute I’m watching the toast.’ ‘It makes an interesting smell, doesn’t it?’ said the puppy, sniffing the air. ‘Yes,’ said Teddy Robinson, ‘It makes a lot of smoke too. That’s what makes it so difficult to watch. You can’t see the toast for the smoke.‘”
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“By the time they reached home Deborah was half-asleep, and Mummy had bundled her into bed before she had time to really wake up again and remember about Teddy Robinson still being in the garden.”
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“The sky grew darker and darker blue, and soon the stars came out. Teddy Robinson lay and stared at them without blinking, and they twinkled and shone and winked at him as if they were surprised to see a teddy bear lying in the garden.”

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