Illustrations : FRED BANBERY (1913-1999)

PADDINGTON GAVE THE MAN A VERY HARD STARE INDEED by FRED BANBERY

PADDINGTON GAVE THE MAN A VERY HARD STARE INDEED

THE SIGHT OF THE SAND AND THE WATER by FRED BANBERY

THE SIGHT OF THE SAND AND THE WATER

YOU HAVEN'T EVEN BOTHERED TO BLOW UP YOUR PAW-BANDS! by FRED BANBERY

YOU HAVEN'T EVEN BOTHERED TO BLOW UP YOUR PAW-BANDS!

'I DIDN'T SAY MR BRIGGS WAS PUNCHING JUDY,' SHE EXPLAINED. 
'I SAID IT WAS HIS PUNCH AND JUDY.'  by FRED BANBERY

'I DIDN'T SAY MR BRIGGS WAS PUNCHING JUDY,' SHE EXPLAINED. 'I SAID IT WAS HIS PUNCH AND JUDY.'

'NO WONDER!' CRIED JUDY, AS SHE WENT TO HIS RESCUE.' YOU HAVEN'T
EVEN BOTHERED TO BLOW UP YOUR PAW-BANDS!' by FRED BANBERY

'NO WONDER!' CRIED JUDY, AS SHE WENT TO HIS RESCUE.' YOU HAVEN'T EVEN BOTHERED TO BLOW UP YOUR PAW-BANDS!'

PADDINGTON JUMPED UP AND LOOKED AT THE OTHERS AS IF HE COULD 
HARDLY BELIEVE HIS EARS by FRED BANBERY

PADDINGTON JUMPED UP AND LOOKED AT THE OTHERS AS IF HE COULD HARDLY BELIEVE HIS EARS

PADDINGTON STARED AT JUDY IN AMAZEMENT by FRED BANBERY

PADDINGTON STARED AT JUDY IN AMAZEMENT

'COME ON PADDINGTON', CALLED JUDY, 'LET'S GO FOR A SWIM' by FRED BANBERY

'COME ON PADDINGTON', CALLED JUDY, 'LET'S GO FOR A SWIM'

LOOKING UP TOWARDS THE ROOF OF THE TENT HE SAW A MAN HANGING 
FROM A ROPE by FRED BANBERY

LOOKING UP TOWARDS THE ROOF OF THE TENT HE SAW A MAN HANGING FROM A ROPE

BUT THE CIRCUS ITSELF WAS EVEN MORE EXCITING. THERE WAS A BAND, 
AND A RING-MASTER IN A TOP HAT, AND EVEN A LADY SELLING ICE-CREAMS by FRED BANBERY

BUT THE CIRCUS ITSELF WAS EVEN MORE EXCITING. THERE WAS A BAND, AND A RING-MASTER IN A TOP HAT, AND EVEN A LADY SELLING ICE-CREAMS

MR BROWN BOUGHT HIM AN ICE-CREAM AND AS THE BAND STARTED TO 
PLAY THEY SAT BACK TO ENJOY THE SHOW by FRED BANBERY

MR BROWN BOUGHT HIM AN ICE-CREAM AND AS THE BAND STARTED TO PLAY THEY SAT BACK TO ENJOY THE SHOW

A FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL ONCE TOOK JOWETT FOR A RIDE IN HER DOGCART by FRED BANBERY

A FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL ONCE TOOK JOWETT FOR A RIDE IN HER DOGCART

THE CHESHIRE CAT, AN OXFORD ECCENTRIC HIMSELF, STILL MURMURS, DREAMLIKE THROUGH THE PINNACLES by FRED BANBERY

THE CHESHIRE CAT, AN OXFORD ECCENTRIC HIMSELF, STILL MURMURS, DREAMLIKE THROUGH THE PINNACLES

THE CLOWN, TONIO, STICKS HIS HEAD THROUGH THE CURTAIN
(PROLOGUE) by FRED BANBERY

THE CLOWN, TONIO, STICKS HIS HEAD THROUGH THE CURTAIN (PROLOGUE)

THE CROWD, COMING FROM THE THEATRE, FINDS DON JOSE ON HIS KNEES BESIDE THE BODY OF CARMEN
(ACT FOUR) by FRED BANBERY

THE CROWD, COMING FROM THE THEATRE, FINDS DON JOSE ON HIS KNEES BESIDE THE BODY OF CARMEN (ACT FOUR)

ESCAMILLO SUCCUMBS TO THE ATTRACTIONS OF CARMEN
(ACT TWO) by FRED BANBERY

ESCAMILLO SUCCUMBS TO THE ATTRACTIONS OF CARMEN (ACT TWO)

CARMEN TAKES A FLOWER FROM HER BODICE AND TOSSES IT TO DON JOSE
(ACT ONE) by FRED BANBERY

CARMEN TAKES A FLOWER FROM HER BODICE AND TOSSES IT TO DON JOSE (ACT ONE)

AMONASRO JUMPS OUT OF HIS HIDING PLACE AND REVEALS HIMSELF TO RADAMES AND AIDA
(ACT III) by FRED BANBERY

AMONASRO JUMPS OUT OF HIS HIDING PLACE AND REVEALS HIMSELF TO RADAMES AND AIDA (ACT III)

TRIUMPHAL MARCH
(ACT TWO, SCENE 2) by FRED BANBERY

TRIUMPHAL MARCH (ACT TWO, SCENE 2)

HOPELESSLY AIDA KNEELS BEFORE AMNERIS
(ACT TWO, SCENE 1) by FRED BANBERY

HOPELESSLY AIDA KNEELS BEFORE AMNERIS (ACT TWO, SCENE 1)