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Here's everyone's favorite teddy bear song with endearing pictures by the popular illustrator of Good Dog, Carl.
It's fun to start reading with this great big book based on a well-loved theme. Join Tim, Tessa and Eddy the teddy bears on their picnic - none of them has very much food to take, but by sharing and working together, they have plenty.
'This book includes activities on The Teddy Bears' Picnic, Goldilocks, The Not-so-jolly Postman' --cover p.
A first biography of one of Britain's leading lyric songwriters. The Man Who Wrote The Teddy Bears' Picnic tells the story of Irish-born Jimmy Kennedy, one of the last - and arguably the finest - of the professional Tin Pan Alley songwriters of the pre-Beatles 'golden age' of popular song. A fascinating insight into the life of a man who rose from small town beginnings to become for fifty years the lyrical and musical power behind some of the twentieth century’s top popular song entertainers from the days of Variety right up to The Beatles era. Jimmy had something like 30 No. 1 hits to his credit worldwide but is little known outside of music business circles. The book, written by his younger son, ex journalist J.J.Kennedy, sets out to remedy this omission and celebrates his contribution to the genre. Though his romantic ballads like Red Sails in the Sunset continue to be played all round the world, Jimmy is possibly best rembered today for the Cokey Cokey, which he adapted from a Canadian folk song in 1943, and The Teddy Bears' Picnic, which gave magical childrens' words to an old American tune. Well written and easy to read, the book serves as an excellent historical record of pop – and is full of facts, observations and authoritative comment on the cut and thrust ‘village’ that was Tin Pan Alley. It captures the bustle of the place and its almost industrial approach to song creation. It paints a colourful picture of some of the leading characters of the period and exposes the double dealing, greed and downright exploitation prevalent in that world. But the book also creates a romantic mysticism around the characters who dashed around in Denmark street, peddling their talent – so often in vain. It transports you to smoky little rooms with music coming from every corridor and it tells the story in black and white, like an old Hollywood movie. Swimming among all these sharks is the unlikely figure of Jimmy Kennedy – dapper and charming, modest and artist
The legendary Jerry Garcia joins with David Grisman to create a down-home, Dixieland version of this classic song. A cassette recording is packaged in the back of this new picture book version of everyone's favorite picnic in the woods. Best-selling artist Bruce Whatley has created a rollicking collection of singing, dancing and picnicking teddy bears with a slight 60's twist. So come along--it's time for the Teddy Bears' Picnic!
- Author : Geoffrey Hayes
- Publisher : Candlewick Press
- Release Date : 2010
- Genre : Juvenile Fiction
- Pages : 32
- ISBN : 9781935179092
The further adventures of Patrick the little teddy bear as he goes on a picnic with his mother, tries to avoid his nap, goes to the bakery to buy cookies, and contends with the bullying Big Bear.
A newly-illustrated version of the song about teddy bears picnicking independently of their "owners."
In this book learn what happens when teddy bears come to life. Tag along as they sneak into the woods for a picnic and enjoy games and food.
Fantasy stories about toys appeal to a young child's imaginative world. In this story, Panda misses the bus to the Teddy Bears' Picnic.
The fourth title in the series of picture books featuring Daisy and Tom and their magical kite, Oscar. This time, Daisy and Tom go with Oscar to the magic wood where they find themselves enjoying a wonderful teddy bear's picnic and some very impressive cakes.
One night, when Dolly was tucked up in bed, she noticed her best bear, Teddy, sneaking off into the moonlit wood. Follow Dolly on this enchanting adventure through the woods to discover where Teddy has been hiding and what other magical surprises lay ahead. Children will love to read all about Dolly and Teddy's secret in this beautifully illustrated tale, which is prefect for story time!
Teddy bears pack a basket full of food and then head off to the countryside for a picnic in a lift-the-flap book which features the words to nine favorite childhood songs under the flaps.
Includes the plays Lenin in Love, The Teddy Bears' Picnic and The Potsdam Quartet Three gripping political plays: Lenin in Love takes up the alleged sexual troika and sadistic inclinations of one of the foremost political leaders of the 20th century. The Teddy Bears' Picnic is an ironic comedy which shows Stalin playing relaxed host and bon viveur in his country retreat. His Politburo guests are somewhat less relaxed. The Potsdam Quartet features four embittered musicians hired to entertain Stalin, Truman, Atlee and Churchill as they ‘divide up the world'.