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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Bond, Michael
Bond, Michael Thomas
Bond, Mike
Bond (Thomas Michael)
Bond, Thomas Michael (Vollstaendiger Name)
Bondo, Maikeru
Bonds, Maikls
Michael Bond
Michael Bond (angielski pisarz)
Michael Bond (britisk skribent)
Michael Bond (Brits schrijver)
Michael Bond (brittisk författare)
Michael Bond (écrivain britannique)
Michael Bond (englischer Schriftsteller, Autor von Paddington Bär)
Michael Bond (English author, creator of Paddington the Bear)
Michael Bond (scrittore britannico)
Бонд, М
Бонд, Майкл
Майкл Бонд
Майкъл Бонд
בונד, מייקל
בונד, מיכאל
בונד, מיקל
מייקל בונד
مایکل باند (نویسنده بریتانیایی)
마이클 본드
ボンド, M
ボンド, マイケル
マイケル・ボンド
Dates: 
1926-2017
Creation class: 
a
audio-visual
Cartographic material
Computer file
cre
Kit
Language material
Musical sound recording
Nonmusical sound recording
Notated music
Projected medium
Text
Creation role: 
adapter
author
conceptor
contributor
creator
originator
performer
screenwriter
Related names: 
Alley, R. W.
Alley, Robert W. (1955-...)
Bond, Karen
Bond, Peggy
British Broadcasting Corporation Affiliation (see also from)
Fortnum, Peggy
Hammerstein, Maria Johanna Gerarda (1953-)
Hammerstein, Mariska (1953-)
Helweg, Hans
Kümmerly + Frey Berne
Lobban, John
Parker, Jack (19..-.... journaliste)
Piotrowski, Kazimierz (1911-1983))
Rayner, Catherine
Recta-Foldex Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis
Sansigre, Marta
Społeczny Instytut Wydawniczy Znak
Stanley, Storm (19..-.... photographe)
Taube, Marika
Verheij, Ceciel
Wilkinson, Barry
Wood, Ivor
Элли Р. В
אגמון, אביבה
松岡, 享子 (1935-)
Titles: 
Bear Called Paddington, A
Chapter 1. "Parking Problems": 1. "'My shopping basket on wheels has been towed away.'"
Chapter 1. "Parking Problems": 2. "Paddington's face grew longer and longer."
Chapter 1. "Parking Problems": 3. "Paddington thanked the man for his kind offer."
Chapter 1. "Parking Problems": 4. "'I've come to see you about my vehicle.'"
Chapter 1. "Parking Problems": 5. "'I take it you are conversant with road signs.'"
Chapter 1. "Parking Problems": 6. "The policeman stared at him."
Chapter 2. "Paddington's Good Turn": 1. "Like most households up and down the country..."
Chapter 2. "Paddington's Good Turn": 2. "In a effort to restore calm, Mr. Brown rang the police."
Chapter 2. "Paddington's Good Turn": 3. "That night, he took the can of paint up to bed..."
Chapter 2. "Paddington's Good Turn": 4. "But much to everyone's surprise, Paddington made such a good job of the first pipes..."
Chapter 2. "Paddington's Good Turn": 5. "'Hmmm.' said Mr. Curry."
Chapter 2. "Paddington's Good Turn": 6. "Later that day, the Browns were in the middle of their afternoon tea..."
Chapter 2. "Paddington's Good Turn": 7. "Paddington eyed the policeman's hand doubtfully."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Strikes a Chord": 1. "Paddington always looked forward to his morning chats with Mr. Gruber."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Strikes a Chord": 2. "He hardly finished rubbing his eyes..."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Strikes a Chord": 3. "After they had finished the last of them and drained their mugs of cocoa, he climbed back onto the stool."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Strikes a Chord": 4. "'I don't suppose for one moment you'd care to do a recital for me would you.'"
Chapter 3. "Paddington Strikes a Chord": 5. "'Forgive my asking' said the main eyeing the print with interest."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Strikes a Chord": 6. "'Wonders will never cease.' said Mrs. Bird two mornings later."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Strikes a Chord": 7. "'Whatever is that bear up to now?'"
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 1. "One morning, the Brown family was about to sit down to Breakfast..."
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 2. "Far from being called teach yourself to fly..."
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 3. "Jonathon took a closer look..."
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 4. "'You don't think Paddington was serious about getting married do you?'"
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 5. "Having pressed Mr. Curry's bellpush several times, he hid in the shadows."
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 6. "There was a loud bang as his door slammed shut."
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 7. "Mr. Curry gaxed round the Brown's living room as he made himself comfortable..."
Chapter 4. "Paddington Takes the Biscuit": 8. "'May I get you another helping' asked Mrs. Bird sweetly..."
Chapter 5. "Padding Spills the Beans": 1. "One bright December morning, Paddington decided to make himeself useful in the garden."
Chapter 5. "Padding Spills the Beans": 2. "He took a closer look at Paddington."
Chapter 5. "Padding Spills the Beans": 3. "Feeling under his hat, he produced a sandwich."
Chapter 5. "Padding Spills the Beans": 4. "'You mean you're an earthquake victim?'"
Chapter 5. "Padding Spills the Beans": 5. "The interviewer's eyes nearly popped out of their sockets."
Chapter 5. "Padding Spills the Beans": 6. "'What do you think "Er. Ums" are?' asked Mr. Brown."
Chapter 5. "Padding Spills the Beans": 7. "The Browns looked at one another."
Chapter 6. "Paddington Aims High": 1. "The following morning, blissfully unaware of the dark cloud that had settled over No. 32 Windsor Gardens."
Chapter 6. "Paddington Aims High": 2. "Paddington did as he was bidden."
Chapter 6. "Paddington Aims High": 3. "'If you spend more than two nights in India,' said the manager..."
Chapter 6. "Paddington Aims High": 4. "Handing Paddington some brochures to read while he was waiting..."
Chapter 6. "Paddington Aims High": 5. "Once he was outside, Paddington dissappeared back down the hill as fast as his legs would carry him."
Chapter 6. "Paddington Aims High": 6. "She turned to her brother."
Chapter 7. "Paddington's Christmas Surprise": 1. "Enveloping Paddington in his poncho, uncle Pastuso gave him a huge hug."
Chapter 7. "Paddington's Christmas Surprise": 2. "'How about your car?' asked Mr. Brown."
Chapter 7. "Paddington's Christmas Surprise": 3. "The Browns looked at each other when they were on their own."
Chapter 7. "Paddington's Christmas Surprise": 4. "After his mammoth breakfast, Paddington's uncle went outside to his car and returned carrying a suitcase."
Chapter 7. "Paddington's Christmas Surprise": 5. "Running his eyes over a control console in front of them, he pressed a button."
Chapter 7. "Paddington's Christmas Surprise": 6. "On the journey home, Paddington joined in the general agreement that it was the best treat they'd had for a very long time."
Chapter 7. "Paddington's Christmas Surprise": 7. "Having first been pointed in the right direction, Paddington set out..."
Charlotte Parlotte
Friedbert, die Findelmaus
Great big Paddington book
Kenya
kleine Bär macht Ferien
kleine Bär weiss, was er will
Kuma no padinton
Lācītis Padingtons : no Peru dziļumiem atceļojošā lāča piedzīvojumi, 2015:
Mexique
Michael Bond's book of bears.
Monsieur Pamplemousse on the spot
More About Paddington
Neue Abenteuer des kleinen Bären
Olga da Polga
Olga, das frechste Meerschweinchen der Welt
Olga encuentra su media naranja
Olga meets her match
Onze kleine beer
Paddington and the Marmalade Maze
Paddington at large
Paddington at the circus
Paddington at the Palace
Paddington at the Zoo
Paddington at work
Paddington Bear adventures
Paddington Bear and the Christmas surprise
Paddington Bear, volume 1
Paddington first books
Paddington goes shopping
Paddington goes to the sales
Paddington Goes Underground (continued)
Paddington graine de champion
Paddington helps out
Paddington Here and Now
Paddington in the Garden
Paddington rules the waves
Paddington's 123
Paddington's ABC
Paddington's colours
Paddington's painting exhibition
Paddington sliding picture book
Paddington takes a bath
Paddington the Artist
Paddington Treasury for the Very Young, The
Padinton furansu e
Padinton myōgi kōkai
Padinton to terebi
Sekai kessaku dōwa shirīzu. Padinton no hon
Tales of olga da polga
Unser kleiner Bär
Медвежонок по имени Паддингтон [для младшего школьного возраста]
פדינגטון
くまのパディントン
パディントンとテレビ
パディントンの煙突掃除
パディントンフランスへ
パディントン妙技公開
パディントン街へ行く
帕丁頓熊
Contributed to or performed: 
Bear Called Paddington, A
Chapter 1: “Please Look After This Bear”, Part 1
Chapter 1: “Please Look After This Bear”, Part 2
Chapter 1: “Please Look After This Bear”, Part 3
Chapter 1: “Please Look After This Bear”, Part 4
Chapter 1: “Please Look After This Bear”, Part 5
Chapter 1. "A Family Group": 1. "The Browns house, at No. 32 Windsor Gardens, was unusually quiet."
Chapter 1. "A Family Group": 2. "'The second thing' continued Mr. Brown 'is a photograph.'"
Chapter 1. "A Family Group": 3. "Paddington lifted the lid of his hat, and gave Mr. Brown a hard stare."
Chapter 1. "A Family Group": 4. "Paddington looked rather surprised, and examined the knot around Mr. Brown's ear with interest."
Chapter 1. "A Family Group": 5. "Mr. Brown stopped pulling, and crawled round to peer through the lens."
Chapter 2: “A Bear in Hot Water”, Part 1
Chapter 2: “A Bear in Hot Water”, Part 2
Chapter 2: “A Bear in Hot Water”, Part 3
Chapter 2: “A Bear in Hot Water”, Part 4
Chapter 2. "A Spot of Decorating": 1. "Paddington gave a deep sigh, and pulled his hat down over his ears in an effors to keep out the noise."
Chapter 2. "A Spot of Decorating": 2. "Paddington's new room had become a sore point in the Brown household."
Chapter 2. "A Spot of Decorating": 3. "Looking around him, Paddington began to wish he was still at a loose end."
Chapter 2. "A Spot of Decorating": 4. "It was some while later, when he was sitting on the upturned bucket thinking about things, that the idea of doing the wallpapering came to him."
Chapter 2. "A Spot of Decorating": 5. "'I can't understand it' said Mr. Brown as he entered the dining room."
Chapter 3: “Paddington Goes Underground”, Part 1
Chapter 3: “Paddington Goes Underground”, Part 2
Chapter 3: “Paddington Goes Underground”, Part 3
Chapter 3: “Paddington Goes Underground”, Part 4
Chapter 3: “Paddington Goes Underground”, Part 5
Chapter 3. "Paddington Turns Detective": 1. "The old box room was finished at last, ..."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Turns Detective": 2. "It was while she was helping Mrs. Bird with the washing up that Mrs. Brown first noticed something odd going on in the garden."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Turns Detective": 3. "It seemed a very good disguise outfit."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Turns Detective": 4. "It was midnight. All the houeshold had long since gone to bed."
Chapter 3. "Paddington Turns Detective": 5. "Before either of the policeman could ask any more questions, there came the sound of banging and a voice cried 'Let me out!'"
Chapter 4: “A Shopping Expedition”, Part 1
Chapter 4: “A Shopping Expedition”, Part 2
Chapter 4: “A Shopping Expedition”, Part 3
Chapter 4: “A Shopping Expedition”, Part 4
Chapter 4: “A Shopping Expedition”, Part 5
Chapter 4. "Paddington and the Bonfire": 1. "Soon after the marrow adventure, the weather changed."
Chapter 4. "Paddington and the Bonfire": 2. "Paddington studied it all carefully for a few moments, ..."
Chapter 4. "Paddington and the Bonfire": 3. "Paddington was very thoughtful as he made his was home."
Chapter 4. "Paddington and the Bonfire": 4. "As it happened, Paddington was gone for quite a long time, ..."
Chapter 4. "Paddington and the Bonfire": 5. "'He does spoil things' said Mrs. Brown."
Chapter 5: “Paddington and the Old Master”, Part 1
Chapter 5: “Paddington and the Old Master”, Part 2
Chapter 5: “Paddington and the Old Master”, Part 3
Chapter 5: “Paddington and the Old Master”, Part 4
Chapter 5: “Paddington and the Old Master”, Part 5
Chapter 5. "Trouble at Number Thirty-Two": 1. "That evening, after the bonfire had died away, the weather suddenly became even colder."
Chapter 5. "Trouble at Number Thirty-Two": 2. "'If you do go out after breakfast Paddington' said Mrs. Brown ..."
Chapter 5. "Trouble at Number Thirty-Two": 3. "To Paddington's surprise, when he peered round the corner at the front of the house, Mr. Curry was already there."
Chapter 5. "Trouble at Number Thirty-Two": 4. "'I really think Mr. Curry has gone a bit funny in the head' said Mrs. Brown."
Chapter 5. "Trouble at Number Thirty-Two": 5. "'He must be feeling bad' whispered Mrs. Bird, 'he hasn't even touched his soup."
Chapter 6: “A Visit to the Theatre”, Part 1
Chapter 6: “A Visit to the Theatre”, Part 2
Chapter 6: “A Visit to the Theatre”, Part 3
Chapter 6: “A Visit to the Theatre”, Part 4
Chapter 6: “A Visit to the Theatre”, Part 5
Chapter 6. "Paddington and the Christmas Shopping": 1. "'I suppose I shouldn't say it' remaked Mrs. Bird, 'but I shall be glad when Christmas is over.'"
Chapter 6. "Paddington and the Christmas Shopping": 2. "The conductor was cross when he saw what Paddington was doing."
Chapter 6. "Paddington and the Christmas Shopping": 3. "Secretly, Paddington was feeling rather overawed by Crumbold and Ferns..."
Chapter 6. "Paddington and the Christmas Shopping": 4. "'I say' he called to another assistance farther along the counter."
Chapter 6. "Paddington and the Christmas Shopping": 5. "Mrs. Brown pushed her way through the crowd that had formed on the pavement outside Crumbold and Ferns."
Chapter 7: “Adventure at the Seaside”, Part 1
Chapter 7: “Adventure at the Seaside”, Part 2
Chapter 7: “Adventure at the Seaside”, Part 3
Chapter 7: “Adventure at the Seaside”, Part 4
Chapter 7: “Adventure at the Seaside”, Part 5
Chapter 7. "Christmas": 1. "Paddington found that Christmas took a long time to come."
Chapter 7. "Christmas": 2. "Jonathon and Judy had each given him a travel book."
Chapter 7. "Christmas": 3. "'It's no good' said Mr. Brown after a while, 'it must has gone too far'"
Chapter 7. "Christmas": 4. "'You can come into the dining room now.' he announed, looking round the room."
Chapter 7. "Christmas": 5. "When he made his way up to bed, later that evening..."
Chapter 8: “A Disappearing Trick”, Part 1
Chapter 8: “A Disappearing Trick”, Part 2
Chapter 8: “A Disappearing Trick”, Part 3
Chapter 8: “A Disappearing Trick”, Part 4
Chapter 8: “A Disappearing Trick”, Part 5
Geschichten von Paddington
More About Paddington
Paddington Here and Now
Paddington: Please Look After This Bear & Other Stories
Spoken Word: Children's Writers, The
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